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Understanding What is Psoriasis

June 9, 2011 by  
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Psoriasis is a chronic condition characterized by inflammation in the skin. There are five variants consisting of its own signs and symptoms. Approximately 10% to 30% of people who suffer from the condition become susceptible to an associated form of psoriasis, known as “psoriatic arthritis,” which results to inflammation of the joints. Of the five [...]

Understanding Scalp Psoriasis

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People have a wrong impression that scalp psoriasis is another type of the skin disorder. In reality, scalp disorder is a plaque psoriasis that develops in the scalp instead of in other skin areas. The scalp is identified as one of the most common site in the body where psoriasis rashes or flares develop. Scalp [...]

Types of Psoriasis

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Psoriasis is one of the oldest identified skin disorders. Even the Greek civilizations and the Bible identified the condition. In the past, the skin disease had been regarded as an abnormality. These days, sufferers are more fortunate because more people understand the disorder very well. There are many types of psoriasis identified, and it could [...]

Triggers of Psoriasis

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Nobody would disagree that psoriasis is a complicated skin disorder, aside from being chronic. For quite some time, science has been trying to identify the exact cause of the condition. It could be difficult to fully understand the molecular level of this skin disease. You probably have heard a few scientific explanations (though those are [...]

Psoriatic Arthritis

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Psoriatic arthritis is a type of arthritis that is brought about by psoriasis. It is characterized by pain, stiffness and swelling around the joints and in areas where tissues link up or connect to the bone. It is a type of arthritis that usually follows or goes along with psoriasis. If left without the necessary [...]

Psoriasis Triggers

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Psoriasis is a disorder that is characterized by red, scaly and sometimes itchy growth of skin suddenly appearing in any part of the body. Many medical experts believe that the disorder may be caused by the immune system not working normally. Psoriasis can also have various triggers that may cause it to appear suddenly on [...]

Psoriasis and Its Effect on Overall Quality of Life

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It is estimated that about 1% to 2% of human population globally is suffering from psoriasis. While the skin disorder is not fatal nor is it inducing unbearable pain, it is politically correct to refer to psoriasis patients as ‘sufferers.’ This is because such people suffer in many ways due to the onset and manifestation [...]

Minimizing Psoriasis Symptoms

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One of the most frustrating parts of having psoriasis is on trying to handle the unsightly symptoms associated with the disorder. The most common symptom or sign of psoriasis is the unsightly skin growth that may suddenly appear anywhere on the body. Being white, scaly and sometime itchy, this can sometimes be a cause of [...]

Identifying The Symptoms of Psoriasis

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Identifying the symptoms of psoriasis involves checking characteristic skin changes which in most cases have a preference for certain parts of the body. The usual symptoms of the condition include thickness of the skin, scaling, and redness. The condition does not only affect the skin but also the nails, scalp, and joints as well. Each [...]

History Of Psoriasis

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Probably one of the longest known illnesses of humans is Psoriasis. Psoriasis became the ugliest disease for every human that they experience. Either you are king, members of the royal family, a politician, a businessman or such an ordinary individual you are not safe in psoriasis. Scholars believe that the tzaraat disease mention in the [...]

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