Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that is characterised by dry, Short curly haircuts for red skin patches covered with silvery white scales and with bleeding points underneath the sores. The condition might come and go, but it is often chronic.
A hair diet free from fat and low in protein might alleviate the symptoms of psoriasis, but people have difficulty complying with this strict hair diet and the symptoms return when old hair diet habits are resumed. Some evidence indicates that a hair diet low in’tnptophan (an amino acid) reduces the severity of the symptoms.
Psoriasis can be triggered by stressful events, and some success is reported from using biofeedback therapy, relaxation techniques, and psychotherapy in lessening the disease.