Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin condition that causes itching and discomfort. It is a non-contagious autoimmune skin disorder that affects the skin’s natural life cycle, Psoriasis led to the rapid buildup of cells on the skin's surface. this results in red, scaly patches that can be not only uncomfortable but also emotionally challenging.

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What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis commonly appear on the elbows, knees, scalp, and lower back, but it can affect other areas as well, for example, the groin. The exact cause of psoriasis is difficult to pin-point, but it is believed to involve a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Triggers such as stress, infections, and certain medications worsen the symptoms of psoriasis.

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Types of Psoriasis

Guttate Psoriasis: Often triggered by a bacterial infection, such as strep throat. Appears as small, red, scaly dots on the skin. Commonly affects children and young adults.

Inverse Psoriasis: Occurs in skin folds, such as under the breasts, in the armpits, or in the groin area. Presents as smooth, red patches of inflamed skin. Prone to irritation and sweating due to the skin-on-skin contact.

Pustular Psoriasis: Characterized by white, pus-filled blisters surrounded by red skin. May be localized to certain areas or affect the entire body. Can cause flu-like symptoms, such as fever and fatigue.

Erythrodermic Psoriasis: Rare but severe form of psoriasis that affects the entire body. Skin becomes red, swollen, and sheds in sheets. Can cause severe itching, pain, and increased heart rate.

Scalp Psoriasis: Specifically affects the scalp, resulting in red, itchy patches covered with silvery-white scales. Can extend beyond the hairline, affecting the forehead, neck, and ears. May cause temporary hair loss in some cases.

Nail Psoriasis: Affects the fingernails and toenails. Causes pitting, discoloration, thickening, and crumbling of the nails. Can lead to nail deformities or separation from the nail bed. Often coexists with other types of psoriasis.

Psoriatic Arthritis: Psoriasis-related inflammatory arthritis that affects the joints. Causes joint pain, stiffness, and swelling. Can lead to joint damage if not properly managed.

What causes Psoriasis?

Overactive immune system: Psoriasis can be caused by an immune system malfunction where it mistakenly attacks healthy skin cells.

Genetic factors: Having a family history of psoriasis can increase the likelihood of developing psoriasis.

Environmental triggers: Certain factors like stress, infections, skin injuries, or certain medications can trigger or worsen flare-ups.

Inflammation: The immune system's attack leads to inflammation in the skin, that result in the characteristic red, raised, and scaly plaques.

Rapid skin cell growth: In psoriasis, the skin cells start to multiply faster than normal, leading to an accumulation of skin cells on the surface, forming plaques.

Signs and Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of psoriasis vary from person to person but may include one or more of the following:

  • Red coloured patches covered by silvery white scales
  • Thickened, pitted nails or ridged nails
  • Cracked, dry skin.
  • Itchyness/pruritus and rough skin texture
  • Lesions in uncommon areas
  • Psoriatic lesions at the site of skin injury or trauma
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1 What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition characterized by the rapid buildup of skin cells, resulting in red, scaly patches.

2 What Causes Psoriasis?

The combination of the genetic, immune system, and environmental factors. Some triggers, such as stress, infection, and medications, can exacerbate symptoms.

3 What are the common symptoms of psoriasis?

Common symptoms include red, raised patches of skin (plaques), itching, dry and cracked skin, thickened or pitted nails, and, in some cases, joint pain and swelling.

4 Can Psoriasis be passed on to others?

Psoriasis is not contagious and cannot be passed on through physical contact. It is an autoimmune condition influenced by genetic and environmental factors.

5 Are there lifestyle changes that can help manage psoriasis?

Yes, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet, regular exercise, stress management, and avoiding known triggers, can contribute to better psoriasis management.

6 Can children get psoriasis?

Yes, psoriasis can develop in children. It often presents differently than in adults, and early diagnosis and management are important for the child’s well-being.

7 How is Psoriasis treated?

At SRIAAS, we are providing Ayurvedic treatment and the best diet and recovery plan to treat Psoriasis.