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Treating Psoriasis :
Psoriasis is a disease that affects the skin. It’s caused by two different pathogenic moments: the first corresponding to an increased speed multiplication of keratinocytes of the epithelial cells, the second is autoimmune.
Psoriasis is not contagious.
The main symptom is the appearance on the arms, hands, legs and face, dry flakes of whitish, below which the skin is reddened and inflamed. Knees, elbows, scalp are the most affected areas by the annoying phenomenon, which may be accompanied by burning and itching.
Symptoms: Skin thickened, reddened and inflamed, often covered by silvery scales or whitish
Therapy: Treatment with pharmaceutical creams. Psoriasis is caused by an accelerated replacement of epithelial cells that fail to complete normal maturation processes. Normally skinn replacement take place in fourteen days in psoriasis occur in forty-eight hours.
The treatment, therefore, are aimed primarily at reducing this process that expels prematurely the cell on the surface layer of the epidermis.
Even for psoriasis as for many other diseases, nutrition plays a very important role. Follow the diet can prevent the onset of disease. In addition to drug therapy, it is always useful to follow a correct lifestyle, and correct or prevent certain risk factors, such as obesity. Food is important and patients should avoid red meats, sausages, fat, fried, salt, dairy, sugar, and of course alcohol.
We should take bread, whole wheat pasta, legumes, vegetables, fruit and fish.
Basically a diet anitiossidante: Fibre, Vitamins and minerals.
The foods recommended for people who have psoriasis are all those that contain vitamin A: asparagus, basil, spinach, peppers, carrots, squash, tomatoes, coriander, liver, eggs, butter and fish.
Then all those foods that contain vitamin C: acai, orange, pineapple, watermelon, garlic, avocado, grapefruit, lemon, kiwi, apple, celery, strawberries, grapes, blueberries, mango, blackberries.
Surely foods that contain folic acid, namely: grains, legumes, spinach, oranges, asparagus, lettuce, wheat germ.
So all foods rich in selenium: grapes, peaches, garlic, pumpkin, barley, oats, corn, pistachios, asparagus and spinach.
Do not forget foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids: fish and oysters.
The foods that contain zinc such as: celery, asparagus, figs and sunflower seeds are suggested.
Since psoriasis an inflammatory disease the best treatment, however, is represented by localized treatment with creams or ointments.
In most cases Creams for psoriasis are products that act externally, and to be applied locally, directly on the skin area that needs treatment; constant use of creams for psoriasis can ensure a gradual regression of the disease, and complete healing.