What is Psoriasis & How Best to Quickly Prevent Breakouts?

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In order to fully deal with the symptoms of psoriasis and prevent breakouts you are required to understand what psoriasis is, and how it affects your skin. No one really knows what causes psoriasis, but it is most closely related to a genetic link.

 

To understand psoriasis and prevent breakouts, it’s important to figure out how normal skin works. During the course of a month, the skin cells go through their life style process.

 

The skin has two layers, the top and bottom layers. The newest layers of the skin form on the bottom layer and slowly make their way to the top.

 

The top layer stays alive for those 28-30 days, before dying and falling away. The process isn’t noticeable at all and we all use thousands of skin cells each day during showers or towel drying afterwards.

 

When someone suffers with psoriasis, their skin process moves much faster. Often the cycle happens in only 3-4 days. The new cells develop much more quickly and force themselves through the top layer of skin. These new cells cause a bit of a buildup of dead skin on the surface.

 

The good news is that the skins cells seem to affect only a small patch of skin at a time. The most common areas this happens in are the scalp, elbows, knees, or knuckles, but it can show up anywhere really. These areas of patchy, scaly, red skin are more commonly known as plaques.

 

Psoriasis remains a mystery as far as the main causes are concerned. Research has shown about 30% of all causes is based on family history.

 

However, there are a few lifestyle choices that may be a factor as well. Excessive drinking, being overweight, too much stress, anxiety, sunburn, and even some medications can bring about psoriasis or make the symptoms a bit late.

 

Psoriasis may look a bit disconcerting, but it is not contagious and if you don’t have it you won’t get it. The symptoms affect each person differently; while one person may have small areas of patchy skin, others will have patches all over the body.

 

In any case, psoriasis has no cure but learning to know if you have it or not is the first step in finding ways to prevent breakouts.

 

You can watch this Video HERE to learn about the proper psoriasis diet to prevent breakouts.

 

By Kathy Wilson, a previous sufferer, who authors the The Psoriasis Free For Life program. In Psoriasis Free for Life, Katy Wilson offers a comprehensive guide to completely eliminating psoriasis.

 

Early on in her battle against psoriasis she understood that the best remedy was helping the defenses of the body’s immune system, as opposed to masking the physicality.

 

As such her work further shines the light on the problem within Western medicine, where doctors are trained to focus on drugs, as opposed to getting to the root of the problem. Click HERE to find out more.

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