The symptoms of psoriasis vary depending on the type you have. Some common symptoms for plaque psoriasis -- the most common variety of the condition -- include:
Plaques of red skin, often covered with loose, silver-colored scales; these lesions may be itchy and painful, and they sometimes crack and bleed. In severe cases, the plaques of irritated skin will grow and merge into one another, covering large areas.
Disorders of the fingernails and toenails, including discoloration and pitting of the nails; the nails may also begin to crumble or detach from the nail bed.
- Plaques of scales or crust on the scalp
Other forms of psoriasis include:
Pustular psoriasis, characterized by red and scaly skin on the palms of the hands and/or feet with tiny pustules
Guttate psoriasis, which often starts in childhood or young adulthood, is characterized by small, red spots, mainly on the torso and limbs. Triggers may be respiratory infections, strep throat, tonsillitis, stress, injury to the skin, and use of anti-malarial and beta-blocker medications.
Inverse psoriasis, characterized by bright red, shiny lesions that appear in skin folds, such as the armpits, groin area, and under the breasts
Erythrodermic psoriasis, characterized by periodic, fiery redness of the skin and shedding of scales in sheets; this form of psoriasis, triggered by withdrawal from a systemic psoriasis treatment, severe sunburn, infection, and certain medications, requires immediate medical treatment because it can lead to severe illness.
People who suffer from psoriasis know that this uncomfortable and at times disfiguring skin disease can be difficult and frustrating to treat. The condition comes and goes in cycles of remissions and flare-ups over a lifetime. While there are medications and other therapies that can help to clear up the patches of red, scaly, thickened skin that is the hallmark of psoriasis.
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So why is turmeric so good for our flaky skin?
Science has now proven that it contains certain compounds that are fantastic for fighting chronic inflammation, such as psoriasis. The most important compound of them all – for us flakes – is “curcumin”. It reduces histamine levels (which are responsible for inflammation), blocks a molecule called NF-kB, which “turns on” the inflammation response in cells, and a does a whole range of other good things.
Curcumin has even been found to treat Alzheimer’s, prevent cancer, destroy bacteria, boost brain function and protect the liver from toxin damage – which also helps to reduce psoriasis as the liver is essential for cleaning the blood and getting rid of impurities.
The scientific evidence
There are several studies out there supporting the claim that curcumin is great for psoriasis:
In this study, patients with at least 6% psoriasis coverage were given three 500 mg pills of curcumin three times a day. At the end of four months, two patients saw excellent improvements of over 80%.
In another clinical trial, this time conducted by the University of California, curcumin was put up against calcipotriol, which many of you might know as the branded cream Dovonex. Patients in this study either used an alcoholic gel with 1% curcumin, or the Dovonex. The ones who used curcumin did far better: five had more than a 90% improvement after 2–6 weeks of treatment, and the remaining five patients showed a 50–85% improvement after 3–8 weeks.
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