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Scalp Psoriasis Removal and Best Treatment At Home
Suffering with Scalp Psoriasis? Learn about Scalp Psoriasis Removal and best Scalp Psoriasis Treatment At Home!
00:00 Scalp Psoriasis Removal and best Treatment At Home?
00:51 Scalp Psoriasis Symptoms And Causes?
02:50 What Makes Scalp Psoriasis Worse?
05:00 Scalp Psoriasis Treatment At Home?
08:53 Scalp Psoriasis Removal Instructions?
13:47 General Tips That Help With Scalp Psoriasis?
15:28 When To Seek Medical Attention?
16:05 Conclusion on Scalp Psoriasis?
WHAT IS SCALP PSORIASIS AND WHAT CAUSES IT:
Psoriasis is a long term skin condition which causes flaky, crusty, thickened skin covered by silvery scales. Scalp psoriasis is what it is called when those patches are on your head. It’s not something that you can catch, so don’t worry about passing it on to anyone.
It’s caused by a malfunction in skin cell production. Normally, skin cells take 3 to 4 weeks to be produced, however in psoriasis, it only takes 3 to 7 days. This speed causes a build-up of skin and leads to the patches known as psoriasis.
Whilst we don’t really understand why it happens, we know that in people with psoriasis, their immune system attacks healthy skin cells by mistake. This can be triggered by skin injury, by throat infections or even by using certain medicines - and I'll drop links to some information on this in the description box.
The psoriasis patches could appear anywhere on the body, but it tends to be on the elbows, the knees, the lower back and the scalp. Although this video focuses on the scalp, you’ll find my advice is useful for managing psoriasis on the rest of the body.
Sometimes, the symptoms will completely disappear, or be milder, and at other times, they could be more severe. You could have one patch, lots of patches, or it could cover your entire scalp. It can also spread to the back of the neck, the forehead or even behind and inside your ears.
If you’re experiencing a flare up, you could also be affected by hair loss, and if that’s the case, the hair will usually grow back. It can be itchy, cause tightness and soreness, even more so when there are cracks in the skin.
As explained in the video here is a link to the alcohol unit calculator: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/alcohol-advice/calculating-alcohol-units/
VIDEOS MENTIONED IN THIS WEEKS VIDEO:
Here are the links to the videos mentioned in this weeks video,
Video 1: Top tips on maintaining a healthy balanced diet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Go8P7SMeZvQ
Video 2: How to reduce your stress or anxiety and mental health playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eWEGVE8f4w
Video 3: Best way to quit smoking - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WYvJ5NJa1M
Video 4: How to lose weight properly and playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn8BNJEQ05w
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About this video: Suffering with Scalp Psoriasis? In this video, Advanced Medical Practitioner Abraham Khodadi, MPharm(Hons)IPresc MScACP shares the best Scalp Psoriasis Removal and best Scalp Psoriasis Treatment At Home!
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