psoriasis treatments

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Mud therapy for psoriasis

Postby rozis777 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:18 pm

Psoriasis is a chronic condition of the skin that affects the head, face, elbows, palms, knees and feet. Redness, itching and scaling of the skin, unpleasant bulges are part of the main symptoms we can get to know. It often affects the emotional state of people suffering from it.

There are many ways people with psoriasis can improve their condition. One of them is the peloid therapy, which is available in many cosmetic and spa centers. The word "peloid" is of Greek origin and means mud treatment.

Peloid therapy is part of the climatotherapy that is being developed thanks to many of dermatologists. They find that healing mud positively impacts on psoriasis-affected skin. The results are due to the valuable chemical compounds contained in the mud. Some of them have a soothing effect.

There are several types of healing mud that is used:
- limestone mud
- mineral-spring
- peat
- sapropelles
- mud volcanoes

Mud Therapy works not only for soothing the skin but also relaxing for the patient's body. It alleviates the traditional symptoms of psoriasis of the skin and psoriatic arthritis that goes hand in hand with it. Improves the condition of the skin in palmoplantar, plaque psoriasis and other forms.

Mud baths, spa treatments with healing mud, clay or other substances extracted from the sea, thermal or mineral springs, lakes are the most popular forms of peloid therapy. That is why many doctors recommend them - both for the treatment of parts of the body affected by the chronic condition as well as for the whole body.

Healing mud therapy can extend the remission period in patients with psoriasis. The reason is that its ingredients normalize the metabolic processes in the skin cells. Dermatological studies have shown that in some patients there is no exacerbation of the condition for a longer period of time.
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