[Treating Psoriasis in The Ears]
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that leads to a thick buildup of skin cells on certain areas of the body.
These patches often appear on the elbows, knees, legs, back, and scalp, but psoriasis can affect any area of skin. It can even affect delicate areas such as the mouth and inside of the ears.
What is Psoriasis ?
For reasons not fully understood, people with psoriasis have an overactive immune system that causes a fast production of excess skin cells.
Normal skin cells take about 28 days to produce. During this time, old skin cells are shed, making room for the new ones.
With psoriasis, the body creates new skin cells in just 3 or 4 days, and the old cells do not have time to slough off.
This creates a collection of old and new cells on the affected area, resulting in thick scales that may be red or silvery. These scales often itch, crack, bleed, and cause pain.
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[Treating Psoriasis in The Ears