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Disease Or Condition?

Disease Or Condition?

-Is Psoriasis a Disease or a Condition Poll-🗳️

posted June 30
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member

Considering I have psa, and I have several types of psoriasis, I consider it a disease.
It has to be fought on many levels…internal and external. From what you eat, medications you take, to environmental aspects.

posted July 1
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member

Disease y'all

posted November 23
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member

I've heard it is called a disease of the immune system but it is a malfunction of the immune system caused by other diseases. Like sibo or ibs or chrones. If you can heal your gut you can improve your psoriasis. I started to repair my stomach and intestinal lining and my skin improved. Foods that attack your intestinal lining are usually gluten and high fiber. Look for demulcents like marshmallow tea. They will heal the permeated lining and start to fix the problem. Not overnight but within a few weeks of not eating the damaging foods. Stress plays a major role as it affects our digestion.

posted July 3
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member

Psoriasis is a Autoimmune Disease!

posted July 1
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member

Hi Robin. It is Important to Talk about it...🐣

posted October 16

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