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Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that causes scaly, itchy patches over the elbows, knees, trunk that tends to go through cycles which flares up for weeks and then subsides. The alarming part is it does not have a complete cure. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease due to hyperactive immune system attacks own cells.
Psoriasis can appear anywhere in the body as small scaly patches or can affect large areas. Every three in one person with psoriasis develop other systemic illnesses like psoriatic arthropathy. This affects the patient physically as well as emotionally. Psoriatic arthritis if left untreated can lead to permanent damage but the mild forms often go undiagnosed. All the age groups are prevalent but the symptoms are often evident at 15 to 25 and all sexes including children are affected.

Signs and Symptoms

The most common signs and symptoms include

  • Red patches of the skin with thick silvery scales
  • Small scaly patches
  • Thick, red, dry patches that may often bleed
  • Itching
  • Soreness or burning
  • Swollen and stiff joints

Ayurvedic Treatment

Treatment for psoriasis works primarily by reducing inflammation. Ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis includes snehana which includes intake of medicated ghee etc and shodhana which is purificatory therapies. This reduces the production of new cells and thereby reduces itching. Topical treatment includes application of paste which aims at removing the scales and preventing the regrowth and also helps in fading the blemishes. Oral medications include decoctions, arishta etc which are beneficial for the skin. Physiotherapy is also recommended since many can develop psoriatic arthritis in future.  






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How to distinguish the patches of psoriasis from other diseases?

• The patches will be red and the edges will be raised. • There will be evident whitish silver scales or plaques on red patches. • Itching, burning sensation or soreness around the patches.

The patches will be thick, red and raised with itching. The most common areas affected will be the skin above knees, elbows, scalp etc. but it can affect anywhere.

There are mainly 5 types of psoriasis. Guttate psoriasis, Plaque psoriasis, Pustular, Erythrodermic, and Inverse psoriasis.

Psoriasis spreads from one area to another by many other triggering factors but not by scratching. But scratching gives a rash-like appearance giving the feeling that the psoriasis is spreading.

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, so it can't be cured completely through any system of medicine including ayurveda but the symptoms can be managed completely. But remission can't be ignored.