NATURAL REMEDIES FOR PSORIASIS: WAYS TO NATURALLY MANAGE PSORIASIS
It cannot be cured completely. It can be managed if taken proper care and by adhering to the treatment
regimen. The treatment for this includes medications like steroids, anti-inflammatory drugs, or immunosuppressant drugs, and such as medication should be avoided on a long term basis.
Psoriasis can be managed through natural.
1. Aloe Vera Gel:
aloe vera is a natural soothing agent and it also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent. It provides relief to the patient, if used directly on the skin. Take a leaf directly from the plant, cut the sides of the leaf. You will see a gel-like substance on the inner side of the leaves. Take that gel and rub on your skin
the area affected by psoriasis.
Is the golden rule: dry skin leads to roughness, cracking, and scaling of the skin. The skin should be continuously moisturized by using body lotions or creams. Thick petroleum jelly can be used on the skin to keep it moist
and supple. The use of a humidifier indoors if your room humidity is low can be of great help to keep the skin moist.
3. Fragrances to be avoided:
Many perfumes, sprays, or soaps, when used are irritating to the skin and can cause flare-ups. It is best to avoid those to manage psoriasis. It can be used rarely if necessary but try to select the product with a sensitive skin label on it.
Turmeric spice contains an ingredient called curcumin which is a natural anti-bacterial agent. It can be used in food while cooking or sprinkled over food. It reduces inflammation and provides relief to the
patient. It can be used in the form of a pill (curcumin).
Stress is the silent killer in the body. A stress-free patient is a healthy patient. Taking stress causes flare-ups. Manage your stress by living in a positive environment. Practice yoga or exercise to relieve stress.
6. Warm bath:
bathing for too long can wash off the essential oils and make the skin scale off the cells. Hence take a shower with lukewarm water with Epsom salt in it. It provides a soothing effect to the skin.
7. Diet management:
include fruits, vegetables in your diet. Eat fish oil omega-3-fatty acids (salmon).
8. Exposure to sunlight: the UV-B rays are beneficial for the skin. Limit the exposure to 20 minutes.
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