Kim Kardashian Psoriasis

July 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Kim Kardashian PsoriasisKim Kardashian Psoriasis, Reality star Kim Kardashian is famous for her curves, but now the focus can switch to your skin. The 30-year-old was diagnosed with autoimmune disease, psoriasis. In a recent episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, visit your dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer quickly diagnose psoriasis – join more than 7.5 million Americans are living with the disease.

Psoriasis is often mistaken for a rash or itch, like her sister Khloe had guessed correctly. There are five different types, but more than 80 percent of people with psoriasis have plaque, characterized by red lesions covered by silvery-white scales that are in the knees, elbows, scalp and lower back.

“I’ve heard of it before, because my mom has always had,” Kardashian said in her program.

And maybe this is how I have Kardashian. According to a written statement from the National Psoriasis Foundation, hereditary immune disease. Something triggers the immune system to accelerate the growth of the cell body of the skin – so instead of a skin cell taken 30 days to ripen and fall off, it takes only four, leading to eruptive type injuries.

The doctor tells Kardashian disease has no cure, but can be treated. Patients with psoriasis may use drugs, creams, shampoos, specialized or phototherapy – exposing the skin to ultraviolet light. It is recommended that you must slow down your lifestyle and that stress is a common trigger of psoriasis. Other triggers include diet, medications, cuts, abrasions and allergies.

Immune disease also increases the risk of further complications.

“Like millions of other Americans with psoriasis, Kim Kardashian is at greater risk of other serious diseases associated with the disease, including heart disease, heart attack, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and depression,” the statement said National Psoriasis Foundation.

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