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What is Psoriasis?

What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is viral infection that cause imbalance of regular metabolism and trigger the auto immune system in organism/human , which damage the internal and external organs.

When an organism affected by one or more viral infection ; the auto immune system start to do more activity and tends to neutralize virus by producing sufficient antibodies from B –cells in the Lymphocytes of Leukocytes .

But , when the defensive mechanism unable to produce the sufficient antibodies according to its requirements ; the virus get replicated and spread through the blood stream causes damage to almost all organs in the affected organism.

And when these replication goes on virus need more its target content (to build protein ) from the host cell ; as the results the host cell get weaken due to the lose of its own protein.

Also as the result ; the spread virus cause coagulation level increase in the whole blood further causes decreases the value of platelet , increase the tendency to stroke , cardio vascular issues , hypertension , skin rashes , obstruct the duct of hormone gland’s resulting the hormone imbalance ; which cause even psychological errors.

The skin neurons and neurons (Nerves) more affected by virus at the chronic condition which causes the more serious damage to the skin and bring arthritis in the organism; the skin and sometimes the joints. When a person has psoriasis, their skin replacement process speeds up, taking just a few days to replace skin cells that usually take 21-28 days. This abundance of skin cells builds up to form raised ‘plaques’ on the skin, which can also be flaky, scaly, red on Caucasian skin, darker patches on darker skin tones, and itchy. Psoriasis can occur on any area of the body, including the scalp, hands, feet and genitals, although different types tend to occur on different areas.

But it is curable according to the science explained above ( Psoriasis; Indian Science Magazine ) and our clinical trials.