What is psoriasis? It is an autoimmune type skin condition. It varies person to person, but can be on an entire body (head to feet). Patches can be large to small and are most commonly found on the elbows and knees. How does one get psoriasis? There are many factors that play a role: genetics, past childhood trauma, stressors that trigger the immune system, environmental toxins, negative relationships, exercising too much (driver higher levels of cortisol), gut-health, and many more. All of these factors have an underlying issue: inflammation. In order to start to see results, you must lower your inflammation. How can you do this? Expose yourself to clean air, get quality sleep / nutrition / movement, rid your environment of toxins, and keep a positive mindset.
Psoriasis makes up about 3% of the of the world’s population and about 8 million people in the United States. One actionable step Dayna gives us is to remove gluten from our diet (it takes 4 hours to digest in our gut) and can be an inflammatory trigger. By removing gluten you take the burden off of your gut, brain, and skin. Interested in seeing what Dayna has to offer?
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