“Psoriasis” a silent threat that should not overlook.

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Psoriasis” a silent threat that should not overlook.

The Director-General of the Department of Medical Affairs reveals statistics from the Institute of Dermatology that inpatients receive treatment for psoriasis as the number one priority. Patients often have thick rashes all over their bodies and some may have complications such as hepatitis
and HIV . body and mind to be strong to increase immunity

          Dr. Suphan Srithamma, Director-General of the Department of Medical Services, said that psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that disappears from statistics. Patients with psoriasis found about 2-4 percent of the world’s population. It is a non-communicable disease found in all genders. Ages and races around the world. The exact cause is still unknown. But it is often caused by an abnormality of the immune system. Makes the division of skin cells faster than normal Incomplete growth and development of the skin.

It is a skin disease that is inherited genetically. 

Stimulated by the environment, such as a cold or stress. The symptoms found are a thick red rash with clear boundaries covered with silvery flakes. When scraping off the scab, small blood spots will found under the skin, usually on the elbows, knees, shins. The rash may be small or large, spreading all over the body. The head has a red flaky flaky rash, similar to dandruff. There may be changes in the nails, such as thick nails, decayed nails White flaky peeling or a small hole nail surface area and may have joint pain as well

The real cause of birth ‘Psoriasis’

Although the birth psoriasis There will still be no clear cause of how it happened. But the study believes that there may many factors involve. Like a matter of genetics, abnormalities of the immune system as well as external stimuli As a result, that part of the skin cells divide faster than usual. Along with the appearance of inflammation, it causes plaque or thick, red, itchy and scaly patches.

Normally, people Epidermal cells in the orphan layer will be reborn from the subcutaneous layer to replace the old, dead epidermal cells that are sloughing off in a cycle. In which new skin cells grow, it takes 26 days to move from the subcutaneous layer to replace the outermost layer of skin, but for those with psoriasis. There will a division in the lesion area. or the regeneration of new skin cells faster than usual. And it takes only 4 days to move from the subcutaneous layer to the outermost layer, causing the old skin cells to fall off in time to regenerate. causing the thickening of the skin to become a blister or blister, as well as covering silver scales that easily peel off. Report from สมัคร ufabet