11 Things You Need To Know About PSORIASIS (Part 2/4) | HoaiXuanDuong.com

11 Things You Need To Know About PSORIASIS (Part 2/4) | HoaiXuanDuong.com


Q4) Are eczema and psoriasis the same disease? Through our clinical observation:
Eczema and Psoriasis, both names mention the same skin infected disease
that appears in two different stages. Stage 1: Eczema and psoriasis originate from
skin allergies, itchiness, inflammation, infection, insect bites; or unhealed skin
from a tattoo, or an injury. In this very first stage, if
the condition was left untreated, or has been treated, but the treatment failed. Over time, the condition will constantly
develop further to become eczema. Stage 2: Eczema is present. If the condition was left untreated,
or has been treated, but the treatment failed again. Over time, the condition will constantly
develop further to become psoriasis Stage 3: Psoriasis is present. If the condition was still left untreated,
or has been treated, but the treatment failed again, psoriasis can lead to serious medical complications. Q5) What are foreign cells? A cell on its surface that are not
identical to those on the body’s own cell is identified as a foreign cell. Any good cell, infected by
an invading foreign cell becomes deformed or damaged. Our immune system automatically attacks,
and defeats that foreign cell. The foreign cell we discuss here are
limited to fungi, bacteria and viruses. They are also called micro organisms. Q6) How do fungi attack humans? It is a fact that all living things
on Earth need food. Humans, animals, and
micro organisms are no exception. We are not surprised that in the natural world, some animals hunt other animals for food. Humans kill animals for meat. Micro organisms hunt for their “food” too. When micro organisms attack a human for food, they cause problems to the human. Fungi are typical micro organisms
that cause psoriasis. Fungi are usually hidden in the air. They grow fast anywhere in a
highly moist environment. They have their own immunity. Their immunity is strong and is able to
disable the human’s immune system. Therefore, fungi are very stubborn. When any chemicals, medicines,
or ointments are used, but aren’t powerful enough to defeat the fungi, the fungi will react by growing even
stronger, and spread even faster. There are numerous types of fungi. Therefore, there are different
types of psoriasis too. In the next video, we will be
discussing the following questions.

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