Psoriasis is more than just a skin condition; it’s a health problem. Characterized by the formation of blisters on the scabs and the exudation of sores that erupt all over the body. Psoriasis is a chronic non-contagious inflammatory disease of the skin that is best known for its presence:
- Silver-white scales.
- Crusted sores.
- Bleeding lesions.
So what causes the skin to suddenly erupt into these unpleasant pustules? Research shows that the fault is a defective autoimmune response. When something causes the immune system to accelerate, it produces an overabundance of skin cells, which then harden into the scaly pustules and crusts that psoriasis victims must deal with. But what can trigger such a serious skin response?
Which is the Psoriasis Real Cause?
Is your stomach responsible for psoriasis breakouts?
Who would have thought that a severe psoriasis outbreak could start because something is wrong inside your stomach and intestines? However, new research by psoriasis expert Edgard Cayce shows a clear relationship between a “leaking bowel” and a scaly psoriatic episode. According to Cayce, the main source of psoriasis is in the intestinal tract, where toxins seep into the body. This causes the immune system to react by thickening the skin. At the same time, the skin tries to purge toxins through its layers, which can cause scabs and sores to form.
Could arthritis be guilty?
The intestines are not the only link to psoriasis found by researchers – arthritis also seems to contribute to it. Up to one-third of all patients with psoriasis develop some form of psoriatic arthritis. Unlike “normal” forms of arthritis, people with psoriatic arthritis do not have a rheumatoid factor when their blood is tested. This indicates that the arthritic condition comes solely from the psoriasis itself or from the underlying cause of the skin condition.
Could a virus be the cause?
Arthritis has been linked to certain viruses as well as other autoimmune disorders. This leads some researchers to think that psoriasis can also start with a virus, which is what causes the immune system to speed up.
Other Causes to Consider. Your genes: If a person in your family suffers from psoriasis, it is very likely that you will, too. The environment: If you are constantly bombarded with toxins in your environment, your skin can counterattack, causing psoriasis outbreaks. A deficient immune system. Without a properly functioning lymphatic system, your skin is unable to repair itself properly, which could lead to an attack of psoriasis.
Because so many different causes of psoriasis are being investigated, it is important for each patient to analyze their own risk factors to determine their own triggers and help develop the best treatment plan.
A long-term solution to psoriasis should address the internal causes of psoriasis, addressing all the factors that contribute to psoriasis. Only by controlling the nutritional, hormonal, psychological and environmental triggers of psoriasis you will cure it. Your treatment
This article is based on the book “Psoriasis Revolution” by Dan Crawford. Dan is an author, speaker, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate holistic solution for psoriasis healing, which ensures permanent healing of the root of psoriasis and dramatically improves the overall quality of his life, naturally, without the use of prescription medications and without any side effects. Learn more by visiting their website: [https://www.psoriasisrevolution.com]