Psoriasis

Robert-

I can add to what I wrote you last week that an inclined bed therapy benefit is that it is also slowly but definitely clearing up a stubborn case of Psoriasis I have had for months and months on the back of my legs. Varicose veins in my feet also seem to be improving. Arthur Fletcher talks about both of these conditions as potentially benefiting from Inclined Bed Therapy and that has absolutely happened in my case.

Psoriasis is interesting to me in connection with PD because, like Parkinson’s, the cause(s) are basically mysterious/unknown and the treatment options offered by conventional medicine are often ineffective and have harmful side effects. I wonder if anyone has looked to see if there is any correlation between the two diseases? I had no history of Psoriasis until Parkinson’s symptoms emerged. Maybe just a coincidence?

-Bill

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4 thoughts on “Psoriasis

  1. As I recall my fathers first sign of parkinson’s disease was a spot of psoriasis on his hand
    and a thumb tremor. The Dr at the time did not think it was related but he never had psoriasis before he was diagnosed with parkinsons.
    Philip

  2. I have had psoriasis since the age of seven. I’m now just turned seventy, and just diagnosed with Parkinson’s. I have long believed that psoriasis was a sign of long term inflammation and could only be treated internally. Now I see others suggesting a link between the two conditions. Could Benildopa instigate a ‘cure’ for my psoriasis as well?

  3. Sounds like you have a clue as to the cause of your symptoms. You might seriously investigate therapies that address the cause. Meditations can do a good job of suppressing symptoms but do not offer healing from the inside out.

    Robert Rodgers PhD
    Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
    http://www.parkinsonsdisease.me

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