Cryotherapy Psoriasis and Eczema Treatment

What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a hereditary, autoimmune illness affecting millions of people in the UK and close to 3% of the world’s population. Psoriasis can bring about serious pain which is sometimes treated with skin creams, medicated shampoos, oral solutions, improved diet These treatments all have their place, but now there is an alternative treatment, involving targeting the affected area using localised cryotherapy.

Cryotherapy Psoriasis and Eczema Treatment


There are generally 5 types of psoriasis
 which lead to chronic inflammation with symptoms including:

Plaque – Thick red patches of skin, red, bothersome patches

Guttate – Small red spots on the torso, limbs, face, and scalp

Inverse – Red, shiny, smooth rash in skin folds

Pustular – White pustules surrounded by red skin

Erythrodermic – Resembles severe burns and covers large portions of the body

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How does Cryotherapy Help Psoriasis?

Simply put, when your body is exposed to sub freezing temperatures, your veins widen and blood stream is pulled far from the skin with an end goal to keep your organs warm.

This is your body’s response to avoid going into hypothermia.

Once the targeted cryotherapy session has finished, your blood stream surges back through your body and skin to the point of feeling a tingling sensation. This is  your blood stream expanding and flushing out poisons resulting in skin revival, enhanced collagen levels, energetic looking skin and decreased blemishes.

A course of several treatments is often required to achieve optimum results.

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Psoriasis Treatment

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder which affects human skin. This happens when the body’s immune system attacks the healthy cells thinking there are bad substances in the body.  There are usually five general types of psoriasis: the plaque, guttate, inverse, and pustular and the erythrodermic psoriasis.  Plaque is when there are thick red patches on skin which can be bothersome for individuals who have them. Guttate is a type of psoriasis when there is the presence of small red spots on the torso, limb and scalp while the inverse psoriasis has a red, shiny, and smooth rash in skin folds. With pustular psoriasis on the other hand, you can see that there are white pustules surrounded by red skin while the erythrodermic psoriasis resembles severe burns and covers large portions of the body. Doctors will know how to diagnose if you have psoriasis or not. They know if your symptoms are those of that psoriasis by looking at your skin, scalp, nails or the affected area. Some doctors may take a sample of the skin for biopsy to determine which kind of psoriasis their patients have to be able to provide the better psoriasis treatment for them.

Psoriasis can be depressing for some of the individuals who have this condition. Having this medical condition can be disturbing. Aside from the effects on their physical appearances, the inflammation that can be felt is terrible. There are topical treatments that are available to lessen the effects of this medical condition. They are used to relieve itching and inflammation. There are creams and ointments for the skin if the patient has a mild to moderate type of psoriasis. If the psoriasis is more severe, the doctor might give a combination of treatments. Aside from the topical treatments, there might be some oral medications to take.   As of this moment, there is really no absolute cure for it but there are several treatments that one can try for it. There are individuals who are dissatisfied with the psoriasis treatment that they have had. If one treatment fails, you can try another one until you can find the treatment that will work for you.  It is trial and error until you encounter the medication or the procedure that can somewhat alleviate the ill effects of having this condition. You can try cryotherapy which is an alternative psoriasis treatment. It may take several sessions of psoriasis treatment to have that desired result but the results are often significant.

There is no medication for a complete psoriasis cure. All you can do is take the treatment to relieve the effects of the illness and lessen those that triggers it. Stress has been one of the reasons on some of the medical conditions that are getting worse. Try to reduce your stress levels by engaging in activities that will make you a little more relaxed and happy. Join a support group for individuals with psoriasis. The members there will be able to understand what you are going through so you will not feel alone. Having this medical condition is uncomfortable especially if you want to scratch the itch. This is the worst thing you can do though as it often opens wounds on the body. Those who have this condition sometimes get embarrassed because of their skin conditions and some people will not want to interact with them for the fear that they will get it too. Psoriasis is not contagious but there are individuals who will still not want to engage if they see those red, flaky and inflamed skin patches.

There are medications prescribed for a psoriasis patient to have a better skin by reducing dryness and scaling. You shouldn’t use some of the over-the-counter products for some may irritate and inflame your skin more. Also, you might have allergic reactions to them and you could end up having to scratch your skin causing it to bleed and create more wounds. There are also medications that are injected for the treatment of those with moderate to severe cases of psoriasis. The treatment will depend on the severity of the psoriasis of an individual. The doctor might give the mildest treatment in the beginning and increase or change it if it doesn’t work. There might be no psoriasis cure but there are alternative treatments that some individuals with psoriasis use to relieve some of the symptoms. There are special diets, herbs and other dietary supplements that can be of use but you must be careful with them. With any alternative medicine, one should be aware if it will not cause a bad reaction to the individual. It is still best to consult with your doctor for any treatments that you decide to have.

Eczema and psoriasis are two skin conditions that may have similar symptoms. In some individuals both can be triggered by stress. Eczema, like some types of psoriasis causes the skin to be itchy and have red patches.  Eczema usually happens when the individual has contact with an allergen, has dry or sensitive skin causing it to react more. Usually young children have eczema but when they grow older, some of their symptoms may lessen and their skin condition will improve. This can also affect adults. To determine if you have eczema or psoriasis, a dermatologist can diagnose it very easily.

If you have eczema or psoriasis, you should know the factors that trigger it so you can avoid having too many flare-ups, itching or inflammation. It is also good practice for one not to drink alcohol or at least keep it at moderate level if you can’t completely avoid it, because alcohol can decrease the effectiveness of the eczema treatment that you are having. Always try to follow the recommendations of your doctor and try to read more about the medical condition that you have. A specialist in skin diseases such as a dermatologist can help you get the right treatment. Before you see a specialist for your eczema, you should remember or list the symptoms that you have experienced. Try to remember when it happened or what caused it to give you the symptoms that you had. Also, inform the doctor of all medications that you are taking for this will help with the assessment of your condition and provide a better eczema treatment for you. You can also list the questions that you want to ask your doctor as you might forget them during the consultation so that you will be more educated with your situation. For eczema treatment, there are creams and lotions to reduce the dryness and irritation. The doctor may also prescribe an antihistamine depending on the type of eczema you have. Just like psoriasis, eczema has no treatment to absolutely cure it.  Cryotherapy is one eczema / psoriasis treatment that you can try, as its a safe and highly effective method of reducing your symptoms.

 

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