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Sir I'm suffering from psoriasis from last 6 years but actually it was diagnosed two years before. Doctors told me this problem is incurable but I have faith in homeopathic so is this problem is curable
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It is perfectly curable with homoeopathy and if you are improving with current medicines then continue till your cured of it.
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Hello there Being straight and to the point....yes psoriasis is curable through homeopathic medicine but u have to consult to a right homoeopathic physician . All the best
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consult to a classical homoeopathic physician
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avoid ointment
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Hi,  I write here what my experience has been with treatment of psoriasis with Homeopathy. In most cases we are able to see marked improvement in lesions in short span, in some patients response is not very impressive. Some patients of ours have reported no relapse even years after treatment has been stopped, while for some relapse can happen much sooner. Your recovery with this complaint will depend on how well your body responds to the medicine, and the state if your overall health. A homeopath should be able to tell you about this after 1-2 months of treatment.
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Meet a homeopath who has had experience in treating psoriasis.
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Be wary of people claiming to 'cure' psoriasis even before they have understood the complaint in you.
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what type ? There are five different types of Psoriasis:               Plaque Psoriasis: this is the most common form of Psoriasis also known as Psoriasis Vulgaris. It transpires as patches of bumpy reddish skin encased by white silvery scales. These patches form primarily on elbows, knees, lower back, chest and scalp.               Guttate Psoriasis: this cultivates  and young adults following a Strep infection. It materializes as small dot sized red spots on the chest, arms and legs.               Pustular Psoriasis: this appears as tender areas of fiery red skin with white pus-filled blisters mainly on palms and soles. This can be triggered by infections, sunburns or certain medications.               Inverse Psoriasis: this shows as smooth, red lesions in skin folds like arm-pits, genitals, between the buttocks and under the breasts. This is more prevalent in people who are over weight.               Erythrodermic Psoriasis: this exhibits as extensive redness as if skin is burnt with severe itching and pain. due to medicine
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Homeopathic remedies work at the nanomolecular level and help the immune system to set right the misplaced defense attacks. Thus, homeopathy does not only have a long lasting effect, but a lasting cure. After a thorough consideration of the constitutional makeup of an individual, a detailed history taking of the patient’s mental as well physical preferences and characteristics, a suitable homeopathic remedy is given. The remedy is different for different patients as no two patients are same even though they are suffering from the same medical condition.
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avoid Psoriasis usually grows worse with suppressing steroid drugs. So never use steroid drugs. The entire outburst may reflect inwards to involve every part of the body when suppressed.  Inherited from family.               Stress, depression.               Undue sweating.               Skin injuries like cuts, scrapes, chemical irritation, tattoos, burns, vaccination and shaving.               Food allergens.               A strep infection, upper respiratory viral infection, boils, thrush or HIV.               Certain medications  Corticosteroids,               Sunburns.               Cold and dry weather.        Smoking and heavy alcohol consumption. do Exercise.               Reduce stress.               Drink plenty of fluids.               Eat a balanced diet.               Get enough sleep.               Avoid alcohol and smoking.               Use a moisturizer regularly.               Avoid scratching and do not pick on lesions.               Apply a cold compress for the itch.            Use fresh Neem leaves or Neem oil in bathing water to soothe itching.               Always bathe in warm water and not hot water.               Always pat dry your skin, do not rub.               Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun.               Wear cotton clothing, other fabrics may irritate your skin.               Always use a humidifier in the house to add moisture.
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The psoriasis chronic recurrent, inflammatory,noninfectious disease of skin characterised by welldefined circumscribed,dry erythematous macules with silvery scales on extensor  surfaces. Exact cause is not known.Weather.Genetic predisposition common.Remissions in summers.Horm-onal.Remission or definite improvement during pregnancy.Infection.Drugs. Location,Symptoms,Lesion,
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Medical sigs base treatment the homoe doctor. Thank,05.02.2017.☆
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