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How They Happen—Afflictions That Plague Us

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After writing about celiac, its causes and its prevention, I became curious about other afflictions that we receive before birth and afterwards. In the next few blog posts, I’ll be receiving information about the effects of tobacco and alcohol on the fetus, lactose intolerance, postpartum depression, and breastfeeding.

I have already received information about autism and psoriasis.

Through Energy Guidance Complete, we can understand some of the mysteries that affect our lives.

If there are other health topics that you want me to ask about, let me know.

Note: The source of the information provided here is divine inspiration. It has not been scientifically verified.

Celiac: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/10/celiac-disease-or-clue/

Autism: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2014/08/31/awe-tism/

Psoriasis: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2014/07/07/psoriasis/

 

Added since writing this post:

Smoking: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/14/the-fetus-smokes-tobacco/

Drinking alcoholic beverages: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/15/serve-the-booze-to-the-baby/

Lactose intolerance: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/17/becoming-sensitive-to-assimilating-the-galactose/

Postpartum depression: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/22/postpartum-depression/

Breastfeeding: https://energy-guidance-complete.com/2015/12/30/mothers-contribution-through-antibody-gifting-breastfeeding/

Psoriasis

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Psoriasis is one of the conditions that evades resolu-standing (resolution and understanding), The main way to handle psoriasis is to recognize this situation and work around it. There are many things to do that will lessen psoriasis presentations.

Note: The source of the information provided here is divine inspiration. It has not been scientifically verified.

Food

Each person who has psoriasis has a food sensitivity. The sensitivity exacerbates the psoriasis but does not cause it. Limiting exposure to this food(s) can help lessen the psoriasis presentation, but only if the person is not under stress.

Exposure to Environmental Toxins

Environmental toxins, such as chemicals in the home, can trigger the first appearance of psoriasis. Each person is affected by different environmental toxins (whether or not they become afflicted by psoriasis). A person who is vulnerable to psoriasis can succumb to it if environmental toxins are used in amounts and in the environment that prolongs exposure (for example, lack of air circulation).

Continued exposure to environmental toxins deepens the psoriasis entrenchment.

Bodily Bacteria

Balance of flora in the gut is of utmost importance. Imbalance prevents psoriasis from being ridded. The psoriasis will present more frequently when gut flora cannot process carbohydrates.

Skin Factor

The condition of the dermis affects psoriasis. The dermis requires adequate hydration, limited exposure to water, and proper removal of potassium ions by the kidneys. When any of these conditions is not met, the other two conditions are even more important. The appearance of psoriasis presentations is determined by dermis inability to maintain equilibrium.

Internal Toxins

Poor nutrition can cause outbreaks of psoriasis areas (psoriasis presentations in new places on the skin). Especially when the psoriasis is outwardly active should balanced nutrition be maintained. Foods that strengthen the liver should be eaten.

Emotions

The following emotions can trigger the first outbreak: deep sadness and despair. Either of these emotions, when felt very deeply can trigger the first outbreak. Usually a traumatic event that causes either of these emotions will preface the outbreak.

Connection to One’s Emotions

People who suppress emotions have a greater chance of developing psoriasis.

Sweat

Sweating is natural body temperature regulation. Sweating is good for psoriasis; therefore, exercises that produce sweat help heal psoriasis. Sweating in a dry sauna helps, but sweating in a wet sauna does not. Antiperspirants exacerbate psoriasis.

Stress

Stress does not trigger the first outbreak, but it can trigger subsequent outbreaks.

Other auto-immune problems

People who have existing auto-immune afflictions have increased susceptibility to psoriasis. For example, some people who have asthma also have psoriasis.

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