Why psoriasis can lead to heart disease and other serious conditions

September 30, 2016
Volume 4    |   Issue 39

A few months ago, we talked about the surprising connection between psoriasis and osteoporosis. Well, it turns out that osteoporosis isn't the only disease psoriasis can warn you about. It turns out that according to research published by the American Academy of Dermatology, inflammation showing up on your skin can give you a clue about what could be happening under the surface as well.

There are a number of conditions linked to inflammation, including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and cardiovascular disease. The good news is that by treating psoriasis, you can actually reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular problems. That's because reducing inflammation at the skin level decreases the overall amount of inflammation your body has to deal with. This puts less pressure on your heart and blood vessels.

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There are a number of treatment options for psoriasis, including phototherapy, medications, and biologics, which help reduce the immune response. Biologics in particular may benefit the cardiovascular system, though researchers aren't entirely sure why yet. Researchers haven't conducted sufficient research to determine if they are better than other treatment options for patients with psoriasis and cardiovascular disease risks.

If you're suffering from psoriasis, you shouldn't ignore it. There are a number of options for finding relief. And since treating your psoriasis will not only provide you with topical relief, but also reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, it's definitely worth pursuing. Find a doctor who understands the importance of minimizing inflammation and keeps working to find a solution that works for you.

While you work to care for your skin, you should also be sure you're being extra careful to treat your heart and blood vessels well. That means exercising, eating right, keeping stress to a minimum, and making sure your body has what it needs to fight inflammation. You can use the nutrients found in CircO2 and Advanced Blood Pressure Support to help promote healthy circulation and blood pressure.

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