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Psoriasis remains the most common immune-mediated disorder in the country, and it comes in many different forms. While it mainly affects the skin, psoriasis is much more than a cosmetic disease. It can have an effect on every aspect of a person’s life and general livelihood. Let’s take a closer look at scalp psoriasis and see what exactly causes it. Understanding Psoriasis So, what is psoriasis? Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterized by the rapid speed up of your skin’s natural cell cycle. This materializes in the form of scaly, red patches that are often itchy and painful. Skin...

Psoriasis comes in various forms that can affect just about any and every part of your skin, including your scalp. Even though it might seem purely cosmetic, psoriasis can have serious effects on your overall health, not to mention your general mood and sense of self. Let’s take a closer look at scalp psoriasis, its symptoms, and how it can be treated. What is Psoriasis? While psoriasis is a skin condition, it is technically an immune-mediated disorder. The immune system mistakenly attacks healthy skin cells while also causing the overproduction of new skin cells. The result is an unnaturally sped-up...

  Psoriasis is the most common immune-mediated disease, affecting people of all ages. Although psoriasis does primarily affect the skin, about 30 percent of those with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis, a form of inflammatory arthritis. As an immune-mediated disease, psoriatic arthritis is caused by a faulty immune system that mistakenly attacks healthy cells and tissue, which in this case means your skin and joints. Inflammation is a natural immune response in itself, but too much of it can result in stiff, swollen joints and eventually joint pain. Let’s take a closer look at psoriatic arthritis and methods of treatment and...