11 Things You Need To Know About PSORIASIS (Part 1/4) | HoaiXuanDuong.com

11 Things You Need To Know About PSORIASIS (Part 1/4) | HoaiXuanDuong.com


Research shows that more than
125 million people worldwide have psoriasis. That is two to three percent of the world population. In this video, we will be talking about 11 things you need to know about psoriasis. And after watching this video, you’ll be able to understand more about psoriasis, its causes, treatment, and prevention. Q1) What causes psoriasis? And how much
do we really know about the disease? Different people may have a
different level of understanding of psoriasis, and different doctors may have a different theory. Doctor A may believe psoriasis
is caused by an autoimmune disorder. Doctor B may believe psoriasis
is caused by a leaky gut disorder. Doctor C may believe psoriasis
is caused by a genetic factor. Some say psoriasis is an incurable disease, while others believe it’s curable. So confusing, isn’t it? You may have been told: “Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune
condition that can’t be cured.” “It’s an autoimmune disease
caused by your immune system, mistakenly fighting against your own body.” We feel sorry for millions of people
around the world who are suffering from psoriasis. This message could really destroy their hope. But first of all, we should thank scientists for their hard work, and their honesty. Now, may we investigate psoriasis together. Q2) Why is there no cure for psoriasis? Currently, psoriasis is known as
an incurable disease. Reasons are: a) Scientists have not yet discovered
the real cause of the disease, and also have not yet found
an effective treatment for psoriasis. b) Most psoriasis sufferers fence
themselves off in a support group, where they’re unable to get “real” support. c) In general, there is still an inadequate amount of discovery about psoriasis. This may lead to inaccurate theories, which further leads to inappropriate treatment. A temporary and inaccurate theory is brought into an institute for training purposes. This surely contributes to “no cure” in treatment. d) Psoriasis is still a mystery to humans. e) Finally, majority of money is spent elsewhere, and too little money is
spent on psoriasis treatment. All these factors temporarily
contribute to “no cure” for psoriasis. Even though there is an
effective treatment for psoriasis, it also may not reach a cure.
Reasons are: a) Failing to have the disease properly
treated at an early stage. b) Treatment has been interrupted by any reason. Therefore, a cure would not be reached,
even if it is an effective treatment Q3) Can Psoriasis be cured? Here are the factors contributing
to a cure for psoriasis: a) Having correct treatment
at the early stage of the disease can always achieve a satisfactory cure. b) It’s never too late to treat psoriasis. Good results can always be achieved, but it’s always better to have it treated early. In the next video, we will be
discussing the following questions.

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