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Effect of sweating on psoriasis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   good evening doctor
Doctor :   good evening
User :   is there any effect of sweating for the person suffering from psoriasis
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User :   29, Male, Service, , Married, Dependent = yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   in psoriasis the skin becomes dry and scaly
User :   so sweating does any harm effect
Doctor :   sweating doesnt play a role
User :   ok
Doctor :   sweating does not cause psoriasis
User :   na na i just want to know that is there any effect of that as i hope i heve some problem like that on scalp
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you should regularly clean your scalp
Doctor :   with an oil based shampoo
Doctor :   and moisturize your scalp
Doctor :   it should not be allowed to dry
User :   plz name any
Doctor :   Epsom salts
User :   any shampoo name
Doctor :   applying regular oil also helps
User :   which oil
Doctor :   the commercial shampoos are very harsh
Doctor :   any herbal product is good
Doctor :   see that it is oil based
User :   plz advise any you know, as i am not aware of that things
Doctor :   ayur and himalaya are good brands
User :   ok
Doctor :   you can look for a mild shampoo among them
User :   and dabur amla is good for that
Doctor :   it could be harsh
User :   so which oil
User :   mustard oil
Doctor :   any cocnut oil
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User :   exactly the same
Doctor :   ok
User :   done
Doctor :   Is there any thing else that I could help you with?
User :   any thing to avoid in daily life activity
Doctor :   avoid a lot of sunlight, alcohol
Doctor :   dryness
Doctor :   stress
User :   should i continue exercise as it exhausting a lot of sweating
Doctor :   smoking
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   you should exercise
User :   ok
Doctor :   as sweat is regenerated within
Doctor :   your body
User :   should i keep apart from my life partner
Doctor :   it wont be necessary
User :   is it not spreadable
Doctor :   no
User :   or cotagious
User :   contageous
Doctor :   it is auto immune
User :   should i avoid non-veg
Doctor :   means it occurs within the persons immune system
Doctor :   avoid non-veg in a lot of oil and spice
Doctor :   boiled non veg is good
User :   if only boiled
User :   ok
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   anything else?
User :   so how can i improve my immune system
Doctor :   by eating a lot of proteins, fresh fruits and veggies in your diet
Doctor :   egg white, dal, soya are good source of protein
User :   raw chana with GUR
Doctor :   any dal helps
Doctor :   yes
User :   U KNOW GUR
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   jaggery
User :   but that is hot food doctor are saying
Doctor :   there is no proven hot food or cold food
User :   ok
Doctor :   anything else?
User :   thanks
Doctor :   ok
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Doctor :   bye for now
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