Are you suffering from psoriasis? If yes, then this blog will be very helpful to you. Here we have covered most effective Ayurveda Treatment for Psoriasis to permanently cure psoriasis.
But wait, Most Frequently asked question is –

What is Psoriasis?

“Psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease which causes raised, red, scaly patches to appear on the skin.”

In this disease, skin cells proliferate. The typical symptom is itching and scratching. This condition leads to skin rashes, scaly patches, and other changes in the skin.

Psoriasis is an auto-immune disorder, in simple words our own immune system functioning against us. Many science theory tells it as incurable but yes Ayurveda treatment has answer to it.

Psoriasis Causes:

However, Research says that it is related to our immune system problem with T cells and other white blood cells called neutrophils in our body. T cells usually protects our body against infection and disease by attacking bacteria & viruses.

However, when you have Psoriasis, these T cells attack healthy skin cells instead. These travel into the skin, leading redness and swelling. The rapid production of skin cells process becomes an ongoing cycle in which new skin cells move to the outermost layer of skin rapidly. The skin cells build up in thick, scaly patches.

Experts believe that Psoriasis is primarily a disorder of excessive growth and reproduction of skin cells. The problem is simply seen as the fault of the epidermis and its keratinocytes.

Apart from genetics and environmental reasons, the following factors can also increase your risk of developing the psoriasis disease:

  • Family history: This is one of the most crucial factors. If one parent is affected, chances for the child to suffer from Psoriasis is 15%. If both parents are concerned, then the possibility of a child to bear is 60%.
  • Viral and bacterial infections People affected by HIV are easily to get Psoriasis than people with healthy immune systems. Children and young peoples with recurring infections, particularly strep throat and other skin infection, also may be at increased risk.
  • Injury: Injury to the skin such as cut or scrapes a bug bite or severe sunburn, skin bruises, skin infection, some skin irritant.
  • Stress: Because stress can impact your immune system, high-stress levels may increase your risk of Psoriasis.
  • Certain Medications: – including lithium, which is generally prescribed for bipolar disorder, high blood pressure medications such as beta-blockers, antimalarial drugs, and iodides
  • Vitamin D Deficiency
  • Obesity: Excess weight leads to the risk of getting Psoriasis. Lesions (plaques) associated with different types of Psoriasis often develop on skin creases and folds.
  • Tobacco Smoking: Smoking of tobacco not only increases the chances of Psoriasis but also may increase the other disease. Smoking also played a role in the initial development of many diseases.
  • Heavy Alcohol Consumption
  • Consumption of opposite foods (Raw Onions & milk together)

Psoriasis symptoms:

For psoriasis there are differing from individuals to individuals, but some common psoriasis symptoms are:

  • Dry, cracked skin that may bleed
  • Skin Rashes, Red scaly patches
  • Itching, Burning, or scratching.
  • Swollen & stiff joints
  • Thickened, pitted or ridged nails
  • Red or pink patches of thickened, raised and dry skin
  • Heavy dandruff with dry flakes and red areas of skin
  • Small scaling spots

Psoriasis has many different symptoms. Small flattened bumps may identify it, large thick layer of plaques raised skin, red patches, and pink mildly dry skin to big flakes of dry skin that flake off.

Psoriasis Types:

  • Plaque psoriasis: The most common Psoriasis characterized by raised, red lesions covered with silvery-white scales. The symptoms are caused by a building up of dead skin cells on the skin, and it might be itchy or painful. There may be few or many, and it may appear on the knees, elbows, scalp, trunk, genitals, and soft tissue inside your mouth or any other skin surface.
  • Guttate Psoriasis: This type of Psoriasis mostly found in young adults and children. It suddenly appears in following a bacterial or viral infection like strep throat or the administration of drugs like ketoconazole and salicylic acid. It is characterized by numerous small water drop shaped red dots of Psoriasis. The lesions may have some scaling. These various spots of Psoriasis appear over large areas of the body, such as the trunk, limbs, and scalp. It may have a simple outbreak, or you may have repeated episodes
  • Inverse Psoriasis: Inverse Psoriasis usually found in the folds of the skin in the armpits, groin, under an overweight stomach, under the breasts, and around genitals. It appears as smooth, red lesions without scaling and may cause irritation due to rubbing and sweating. The fungal infection may trigger this type of Psoriasis
  • Pustular Psoriasis: This rare form is characterized by blisters filled with pus on the skin. The blisters are not infectious. It may occur in small areas on the hands, feet, and fingertips or maybe widespread patches all over. The skin under and surrounding pustules is red and tender. The blisters may come and go frequently.
  • Psoriatic arthritis: About 10% to 30% of the patients with psoriasis may develop psoriatic arthritis. This disease usually isn’t as crippling as other forms of arthritis. In addition to inflamed, scaly skin, this may cause redness and swelling, primarily on the hands, feet, knees, hips, elbows, and spine.
    It may cause stiffness, pain, and joint damage that, in the most severe cause, may lead to permanent deformity. Occasionally the joint symptoms are the first or only manifestation of Psoriasis, or at times only nail changes are seen. Symptoms range from mild to severe, and psoriatic arthritis can affect any joint.
  • Nail psoriasis: This form of Psoriasis produces a variety of changes in the appearance of finger and toenails. These changes include discoloring under the nail plate, pitting of the nails, lines going across the nails, thickening of the skin under the nail, and the loosening and crumbling of the nail.
  • Erythrodermic Psoriasis: The least common type psoriasis involves the widespread inflammation and exfoliation of the skin over most of the body’s surface. It may become with massive skin itching, swelling problem, and sometimes pain.
    It is often the result of an exacerbation of unstable plaque psoriasis, particularly following the abrupt withdrawal of systemic treatment. This form of psoriasis can be fatal, as the extreme inflammation and exfoliation disrupt the body’s ability to regulate temperature and for the skin to perform barrier functions.

Impacts of psoriasis on Physical and Emotional life:

Psoriasis usually causes between the ages of 10 and 45 but in current immune systems and environmental factors affecting from 6 months to 70 years old. It can impact one’s quality of life. This disease is associated with low self-esteem and depression. The person with Psoriasis may feel embarrassed about their look and have a lack of self-confidence that arises from fear of public rejection and psychological things. Psychological distress leads to severe depression and social isolation from the community.

On the basis of the seriousness and location of outbreaks, individuals may experience significant physical discomfort and some disability. Itching and pain can interfere with essential functions, like self-centered, walking, and sleeping.

Plaques on body hands and feet can prevent individuals from working at certain job level, playing some favorite sports, and caring for beloved family members. Plaques on the scalp termed as scalp psoriasis can be particularly embarrassing, as flaky plaque in the head hairs can be mistaken like dandruff. Medical treatment can be costly and time-consuming and can interfere with job or school schedule.

Other health complications:

If you have Psoriasis, you are at a chance of developing certain diseases which have been shown to affect health-related quality of life to an extent similar to the effects of other chronic diseases, such as depression, hypertension, obesity, eye conditions, high blood pressures, metabolic syndrome, other autoimmune disease, Parkinson’s disease, kidney disease congestive heart failure or type-2 diabetes.

Psoriasis Treatment:

Psoriasis Ayurveda treatment can be done through an ancient medical practice called Ayurveda.

According to Ayurveda, Psoriasis is caused due to imbalance of two doshas or energies called “Vata”, “Pitta” & “Kapha”. Vata is responsible for scaling and dryness, kapha is for itching and pitta for inflammation.

Ayurveda through its ancient science and formulations processes has developed an ability to fight against Psoriasis and balance immune systems.

Whenever there is an imbalance of these two energies, it causes toxins to build up in one’s body, leading inflammation. Hence Ayurveda treatment for psoriasis focuses not only on herbal applications but also on managing diet and lifestyle.

Ayurveda treatment by Vedam Ayurveda is a great and healthy approach to deal with this condition. Purification of blood and tissues and detoxification are done by external and internal procedures that help in building immunity, restoration of digestion, and natural healing of Psoriasis. Application of natural herbs to control to fortify and condition the tissues to advance the complete healing of the skin.

Internal Ayurveda treatment by Vedam Ayurveda for Psoriasis includes Panchkarma procedures.
Other lifestyle treatments include the practice of Pranayama and meditation to keep the stress and anxiety away as pressure is a potential trigger for Psoriasis flares.
Dietary changes revolve, along with vegetarian and vegan food.
Extreme taste like too salty, too sour, too sweet and too acidic foods should be avoided, Natural urges to defecate and urinate; vomit should not be controlled Food causing indigestion should be avoided.
For more information on Ayurveda treatment of psoriasis offered by Vedam Ayurveda, Pleasecontact us now.


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