Psoriasis is an incurable disease, but anyone who suffers from it can considerably ease the condition. A patient who is suffering from psoriasis for 20 years, said that these five things helped him.
Fasting for four days. Almost all my skin was clear. Unfortunately I could do it for more time. I was sure that after 8-10 days (I have a moderate number of small spots) everything will be completely clean. But I just don’t have enough will.
More than once I followed various diets. I noticed the following relationship: fewer calories-less rashes on the body. Psoriatic attacks reduced even more if the menu includes less greasy meat, salted fish, baked goods or canned food (including vegetable and fruit).
Alcohol affects differently depending on the season (of course, when consumed in moderation). It may be strange, but drinking alcohol during the summer (to me personally) helps dissipation of the spots. The most important about the diet is the last food intake should be up to 7 pm.
My personal experience is that if I go to sleep (during the week) at 11 pm wake up in the morning an alarm clock, ie when I am fully rested, psoriasis decreased.
Once a day I do physical exercises for at least 5 to 10 minutes. One time when I was helping a friend move his furniture to the third floor, I noticed that psoriasis decreased for a short period of time (20-30 minutes max). So once a day I try to do hard (sweating) exercises.
The other types of exercises didn’t lead to any good results or sometimes complicated the course of the disease.
Getting rid of all infection
Completely treating the infections of the genitourinary system, the nasal and oral cavity gives wonderful results: more energy, enhanced immunity and stamina, which prevents the development of psoriasis.
All infections must be healed.
Eat less (as a start try to follow a diet), rarely eat fatty meat, refrain from fried foods, salted fish and canned food (including fruit and vegetable). It is important to drink as much water as you can, eat mostly fresh fruit and vegetables and do not eat after 7 pm.
Go to sleep early and get up when you’re rested, not when the alarm clock wakes you up.
Do some exercise to promote sweating 20-30 minutes every day.