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Psoriasis is an inflammation problem and that it’s connected to our immune systems going wrong. It’s believed that our immune system malfunctions and our fighter cells – the T-cells – attack healthy skin by mistake. That T-cell activity leads to ongoing, chronic inflammation. The inflammation leads to the flaky, red, itchy skin condition that psoriasis sufferers are so used to… Worse, to replace skin cells that are being attacked our bodies produce new cells at a faster rate. In healthy people, new skin cells are produced at the deepest level of our skin. They move up gradually until they reach the surface and then they die and flake off. This takes 3 to 4 weeks. If you have psoriasis however this all takes place in 3 to 7 days.
There’s a kind of frenzied loop going on here where one activity – T-cells attacking healthy skin cells – leads to more skin cells being produced which in turn leads to more T-cell activity. And the inflammation caused by the T-cell attacks contributes to the red, itchy, flaky skin condition. So, Why is all this happening? They are environmental factors and gene factors. Specifically, environmental factors including things we inhale, eat, drink, or put on our skin can wreak havoc on our immune system. For people with psoriasis, this can directly lead to a disordered immune system functioning, causing inflammation that we call… psoriasis.
Lucky, Julissa’s Psoriasis Strategy has precisely shown habits that address the root cause of psoriasis – inflammation and ensure that once they go away, psoriasis goes away forever. These include:
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These are pretty much the components of any man or woman’s personal environment. They actually account for a substantial amount of anyone’s health. Get these things wrong and there are always going to be negative consequences. Get them right and you’re likely to enjoy consistently excellent health – energy, strong immunity, enhanced sense of wellbeing… and good skin. In fact, The Psoriasis Strategy worked for hundreds of others – with all the different variations of the disease.