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Suffering with psoriasis, dandruff in hair and other body parts. Permanent remedy?

My e-mail is YYYY@YYYY . i am suffering from soriyasis last 4 months. I am very upset, as I can t tell this to anybody.Please tell me the remedy for permanent solution. Due to my personal family problems I am very nervous.Please tell me the medicines. There is much dandruff in my hair & some part of the body too.What to eat /not to eat please let me know.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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There is no permanent cure for psoriasis.
But it can be checked nicely.
Some small plaque psoriasis responds well & recurs rarely.
Aggravation of psoriasis occur due to
1. Mental stress
2. Physical stress
3. Respiratory infection
4. Excess dryness
Dandruff may be a part of it or it may be be a seborrhic one.
So to reduce psoriasis you should
1. Reduce stress by yoga, meditation
2. In cough, cold consult doctor early
3. Apply moisturiser after bath when body is moist
4. Over scalp apply ketoconazole/coal tar/mild steroid shampoo
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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