Very Affordable & Effective Psoriasis Treatment at Skinaa Clinic
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune (caused by abnormal activity of the body’s immune system). Patients with Psoriasis find themselves with red, itchy, and (or) flaky skin patches on the body. These patches can vary in size. From a small area behind the back of your wrist, they can so big to cover complete back, stomach, legs, and hands. It’s usually genetic, but environmental conditions, and stress can further trigger the condition.
Psoriasis Treatment may include specific instructions given to you by your dermatologist along with the medications. Basically, a Psoriasis Specialist in Jaipur will prescribe you medications only after a proper evaluation of the severity of your condition. Skinaa Clinic houses a team of the world’s best Psoriasis doctors.
The simple answer to this question would be you should knock a dermatologists door as soon as you notice the signs of Psoriasis for the first time. As stated above, this condition is caused by the false response of your own immune system. And hence, it should be treated as soon as possible. If you leave this condition unattended, you may begin to feel more severe symptoms such as discomfort in the inflamed area, pain during doing routine work, swelling, and severe pain.
At Skinaa Clinic, we have a team of the world’s best dermatologists and highly-trained staff who know how to cure different kinds of Psoriasis and how to treat specific patients as soon as possible. It is possible that in some patients, the treatment may take more time than the rest.
The symptoms of Psoriasis may differ from person to person depending upon the response of his autoimmune system as well as the type of the problem. It can appear as a small dot on your finger, a few red, dry, and itchy patches on your back, hand, legs, scalp, or forehead, or it can be as big as a notebook’s paper being all white and highly dry and uncomfortable. It can be identified by red, lightly bumped unshaped patches, very dry white spots, pain, soreness, and discomfort sensation.
This skin condition aka Psoriasis can’t be transmitted from one person to another by touch. Hence, it is non-contagious. There have been rumours that other people can get infected as they come in contact with a patient, however, none of the rumours is true.
Stress, certain medications, wrong food choices, alcohol, tobacco, and injury of the infected area can worsen the condition.
Depending upon the type and severity of the condition, the treatment for Psoriasis can be dived into three categories. Level one, if the patches are mild, applying ointment can soothe the condition. If it is moderate, then oral medications may be given along with the ointments. If both these treatments are not enough to treat the condition then, ultraviolet rays are projected on the itchy area. The UV rays kill the abnormal growth of white blood cells.