Patient beware! Did you know that doctors claiming to cure Psoriasis will most probably cheat you?

If you knew the 7 basic facts about Psoriasis you would know WHY!
Definitely you’ve read several ‘scholarly articles’ on Psoriasis and know something but… You’ve probably also noticed that most chains of ‘Specialist Skin Clinics’ or ‘Homeopathy Clinics’ and ‘Con-Doctors’ start their businesses with Psoriasis and Hair fall treatments as their Unique selling Point? Don’t fall prey to photoshopped pictures in magazines and news papers everyday. Here are 7 facts about Psoriasis as a disease and why you get fleeced:

1. The cause of Psoriasis is still unknown The exact cause of psoriasis isn’t fully understood, but scientists believe psoriasis is the result of several factors, including genetics, environmental factors, and the immune system. Hence your psoriasis doctor will always give you ‘a reason’ that will make you think that he really knows your problem. He will tell you something that you have never heard before and you will end up signing up with him.

2. Your mood affects the psoriatic aggravations and periods of betterment So, while you think the medicines prescribed or creams applied are working, its actually your mood that is affecting your psoriatic aggravations or ameliorations.

3. Psoriasis has no correlation with your diet. Most doctors will give you a strict diet and take your money for the same. One must understand that Psoriasis is an auto-immune problem and has nothing to do with what you eat.

4. Local applications or creams don’t cure Psoriasis. Coal tar applications, Shampoos or Steroidal creams can never cure an auto-immune disease! This just has never happened in the history of mankind. Auto-immunity is by the virtue of erratic genetic mechanisms hence theres no way that a local application can alter that! But steroids or cytostatics will give you instantaneous and magical temporary relief. the moment they are stopped, disease will come back with a double bang. Don’t ever fall for it.

5. Its difficult for you to differentiate between excessive Dandruff and Psoriasis. Most ignorant doctors will start treating your harmless dandruff on the scalp as psoriasis and will also claim to have cured it!

6. Long duration of Psoriasis. Con-Doctors will always lead you in to believing that it takes years to cure psoriasis and hence will buy time from you and keep giving you useless medicines and fleece you during this period. Best text books of dermatology mention a 7 year treatment process.

7. Psoriasis has cosmetic value. Unfortunately most people will choose skin treatments over something more important like blood-pressure or heart ailments. Patients spend 20 times more money on problems of the skin (cosmetology) over serious internal issues. Con-doctors know this and will exploit your weakness of having low self esteem. So what do you do?

Here’s what researchers will advice you:

1. Ask your doctor to define a period. Doctors trying to give you short and quick-fix solutions are conning you.

2. Ask homeopaths on what they are actually giving you. Have you ever bothered to ask for a prescription at a homeopathic clinic? Have they ever told you? WHY NOT? Are you so ignorant to take anything internally in to your body blindly?

3. Ask your doctor to give you contact details of patients that he claims to have cured. Call them up or meet them. See how the treatment has helped them.

4. Disappearance of a psoriatic lesion here and there doesn’t mean it is cured. 5. No remission of Psoriasis for more than 7 years means it is cured. Verify that!

6. Even if psoriatic lesions have disappeared, always check for what came after it. Diseases do not disappear, they transform to higher or lower forms, thats a law of Bio-energetics and Physics.

7. Always check what came after psoriasis got better. Was it A) Diabetes, Hashimoto;s thyroid issues, joint problems or B) sinusitis, gastritis or dermatitis? Most cases of wrongly treated psoriasis develop white patches or vitiligo: a sure sign of suppression!! The Mechanism:

To control and cure psoriasis mathematically, first the perverted or erratic genetic defence mechanism will have to be corrected by giving the right informations to your body through infinitesimal signalling process used in homeopathy. This will ensure that your body will start defending your self with a lower burden. For e.g: ‘Psoriasis with Cracks‘ will have to be transformed to ‘Psoriasis with Inflammation‘ (destruction and loss of skin integrity to increased sensitivity and irritation). And then the auto-immune process that attacks immature skin cells (due to shortened cell cycle) will be transformed to ‘stasis’ or ‘inflammation’.

Now the question is, will your doctor know this or be honest enough to reveal this to you? Any conscientious doctor would. But what if….

Don’t worry, there is advanced software technology to your rescue. You will get an honest heads-up on your situation in less than 10 minutes once you follow 3 simple steps. And all this for FREE!

1. Click on link
2. Do a quick sign-up or do a Facebook login
3. Open Disease Compass, enter your original or source problem, enter your current or existing disease and get a mathematical result with scientific explanations on why this conclusion.
For a more detailed road-map for you or your doctor on what to do next, ask your doctor to analyse your case using the ‘2nd Opinion‘ tool by clicking this link: Free 2nd Opinion
Thanks for reading this article: here are 10 ways to increase your confidence during the Psoriasis treatment:
If your self-confidence is lacking, you can tackle psoriasis on multiple levels to help give it a boost. Start with these steps.

1. Connect to others with your condition. “You have to realize you are never alone — there are millions of us out there with this disease, so that’s a lot of people who completely understand what you are going through,” says psoriasis blogger Sudhakar Deshpande who was diagnosed with psoriasis 13 years ago. Jury admits that when he was first diagnosed, he didn’t talk much about his psoriasis or how he felt. “Once I let it out and released the frustration, life suddenly became much easier,” he says. Now he blogs and is active in online forums for people who have psoriasis. He advocated homeopathy treatment at Imperial clinics.

2. Educate yourself about psoriasis. Sharmila Patel says she was covered in psoriasis plaques before she finally persuaded her doctors to consider a psoriasis diagnosis. “I dug in and did some of my own research,” she recalls. She connected with other women whose blogs about psoriasis helped her understand her condition. The 29-year-old Mumbai resident says she is mostly clear today with the help of homeopathy at Imperial clinics, but she believes that educating herself about psoriasis is what led to her diagnosis and the ability to successfully manage her condition and feel comfortable in her own skin today.

3. Educate others, too. Patel recalls some tough times when people were put off by her flaking or bleeding skin. One time before her psoriasis was controlled, she even left a job because her supervisor commented harshly on her appearance. Now she calmly reassures others that the condition is “not contagious.” Talking to others about your psoriasis can go a long way in helping them understand your condition, while also helping you keep your confidence when you’re around those people.

4. Focus on what you love. Khedekar recommends finding something you love to do and channeling your energy into it when you’re feeling down. For example, he enjoys cooking and puts a lot of effort into making great meals for himself and his wife. The kitchen is “a psoriasis-free zone,” he says. “If you have a passion or hobby, this is your escape,” Khedekar advises.

5. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. A good moisturizer is one of your best weapons against low self-esteem. Jury says he searched exhaustively to find the light, non-greasy, moisturizers he feels confident wearing in public. He also advises planning ahead. For example, before a big event, he might step up his shaving and moisturizing routine days in advance to get good results.

6. Feel fabulous in the clothes you wear. Jury says he is drawn to light clothing that layers well so he can dress up and down as the occasion requires. “Layers help you regulate your body temperature more,” he points out. “I do tend to go for cotton most of the time, as it’s softer on my skin, and I find dark grays are good at hiding grease stains from your treatment.” White and colored patterns also can provide some camouflage, he says. And just wearing clothes you love and feel good in can boost your confidence significantly, he says.

For women, try long flowing skirts and silks or soft blends that don’t aggravate the skin, says Dr. Shreepad A. Khedekar MD, clinical consultant of dermatology at Imperial Clinics Mumbai. “If it’s summertime and my arms are really terrible, I might wear a very light long-sleeved top and shorts,” says Patel.

7. Nip stress in the bud. “It’s very important to make lifestyle modifications to try and help relieve mental stress,” Dr. Khedekar says. She adds that psoriasis and stress form a vicious cycle: You might be stressed over your psoriasis, which leads to worsening psoriasis, which leads to more stress. But you can break the cycle. Try meditation, yoga, or breathing exercises. In fact, eight weeks of mindfulness training and practice has been shown to improve quality of life for people with psoriasis, according to research published in April 2014 in Psychology, Health & Medicine.

8. Live a healthy life overall. Lee advises being physically active, eating a heart-healthy diet, cutting back on alcohol, and quitting smoking if you do. Not only could all these choices help your psoriasis and your related risk of metabolic disease, they can help improve your overall mood and outlook. Ineson agrees about eating a healthier diet, which was one of the changes she made after her diagnosis. “What you put in your body is what you get out. I got healthier skin. Try it!” she says.

9. Check your stress levels.

Do check your stress-score and see if you really need medical help or not? Click on the link below for a FREE evaluation. STRESS CALCULATOR All you’ll need to do is a quick sign-up and select your age group. Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to select events that have happened to you in your life time and you’ll know if you need medication for your ‘Hair loss’ or not. Its that simple. The app is also available as a paid download on Google Playstore and can be used for your entire family unlimited times. Download here.
A trigger event. Many people experience a general thinning of hair several months after a physical or emotional shock. This type of hair loss is temporary. Examples of trigger events include sudden or excessive weight loss, a high fever, surgery, or a death in the family. Check your score now by downloading: STRESS CALCULATOR.

10. Lastly, be sure to stick to your Homeopathy treatment plan. “Don’t give up on your treatment regimen,” advises Khedekar. Getting control over your psoriasis flares is the one of the best things you can do to regain your confidence.

Don’t worry, there is advanced software technology to your rescue. You will get an honest heads-up on your situation in less than 10 minutes once you follow 3 simple steps. And all this for FREE!

Open 1. Click on link
2. Do a quick sign-up or do a Facebook login
3. Open Disease Compass, enter your original or source problem, enter your current or existing disease and get a mathematical result with scientific explanations on why this conclusion.
For a more detailed road-map for you or your doctor on what to do next, ask your doctor to analyse your case using the ‘2nd Opinion‘ tool by clicking this link: Free 2nd Opinion Dr. Khedekar has done extensive research in this filed for over 17 years and has also published his thesis on ‘Homeopathic management of Psoriasis’ in 2003 for which he was awarded an MD degree by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (Bangalore)

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Dr. Shreepad A. Khedekar, BHMS, MD (homeopathy), a specialist for over 17 years, he has used homeopathy in his Switzerland, Belgrade and Mumbai practice for the last 17 years. He lectures on homeopathy at Switzerland, Croatia and at the Serbian Doctors Association (SLD) Teaching Centre in Belgrade and has a busy private practice in Dadar and at Shushrusha Citizens co-operative hospital, Mumbai and is the only Homeopath in their 60 year history.
Dr. Shreepad Khedekar is the Clinical Director, Imperial clinics Mumbai and Imperial clinics Belgrade, Consultant at Shushrusha Citizens Co-op Hospital Mumbai and Physician to several international stars and celebrities.

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