Before we review the Psoriatic Rheumatoid Arthritis Natural Cure, consider the science. What is psoriatic arthritis, what are the psoriatic arthritis symptoms, signs and causes.
Psoriatic arthritis is an autoimmune inflammatory arthritis that afflicts about 30% of people who have psoriasis. The arthritis comes years later from the onset of the skin problems. Psoriasis is a skin condition where dry red patches develop on the skin. Often these will have silvery scales on them. When the arthritis sets in, people afflicted with this have joint pain, stiffness and swelling. It can affect any part of the body and is not limited to just joints. It has affected the ends of the fingers, toes as well as the spine.
People with psoriatic arthritis may have periods of flares and then experience remission.
Medicine is under the belief that there is no cure for psoriatic rheumatoid arthritis. The modern medical view is to focus on controlling symptoms and preventing damage to joints. Without treatment, psoriatic rheumatoid arthritis can cause permanent damage.
A negative test result for rheumatoid factor, a blood factor associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Signs appear about 10 years after the first signs of psoriasis. For the majority of people afflicted, this is between the ages of 30 and 55, but the disease can also affect children.
Dry red patches develop on the skin. Often these will have silvery scales on them. (distinguishing factor)
Pain, swelling and or stiffness in joints.
Arthritis only affecting a few joints.
Exhaustion lasting days or even weeks even after rest.
Affected joints will be red and or warm to the touch.
Pitting in the fingernails or separation of the nails from the nail bed. (distinguishing factor)
Fingers or toes will will swell to look like sausages (medical term dactylitis) (distinguishing factor)
Ankle pain, most often appears as tendinitis of the Achilles tendon.
Foot pain, most often in the sole of the foot or plantar fasciitis.
Sacral pain (lower back, just above the tailbone)
What do we think: When ever there is a genetic predisposition for a disease and there is chronic dehydration, the disease that results is the one that the body is predisposed to have.
What Do We Know One commonality with Psoriatic Arthritis is a genetic predisposition and Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA B27). Interesting side note, HLA B27 is also associated with Ankylosing spondylitis.
We know that persistent unintentional dehydration (we call fluid and electrolyte imbalance, less than bodies needs) can result in numerous diseases and conditions.
These health problems often have commonalities or share some of the same characteristics. One commonality is the body using essential amino acids as detoxifying agents.
In time, essential amino acids will be lost as they are used up once they sacrifice themselves as antioxidants. As far back as 1960, Nature (Nature 186, 886 - 887 (11 June 1960)) reported: "AMINO-ACIDS are often mentioned as synergisbic antioxidants. Their mechanism of enhancing the effect, of primary antioxidants can be explained in different ways: by chelation of pro-oxidative metal traces1 and by regeneration of oxidized primary antioxidants."
When there is dehydration (a drought in the body), much of the toxic waste is not removed fast enough through the urine. The body needs to process those wastes. The amino acids act as the detoxifying agents when antioxidants are not present. When this happens, the amino acids are used up and are not used for what the body needs.
Providing adequate hydration prevents the backlog of these toxic waste that result from metabolism.
Note what the German DAK study said in this regard, "Without the necessary vitamins, proteins (amino acids), trace elements and minerals, there is a risk of debilities and metabolic disorders which can have serious consequences."
DAK-Studie: Immer mehr Senioren mit Mangelernährung in Klinik, Hamburger Abendblatt (Dezember 2011)
What Do We Theorize The disease or condition often manifests in the weakest link of the human body. So, if we have the HLA B27 and we become chronically dehydrated, we have a better chance of experiencing the associated disease.
In time we hope to prove that these conditions are the result of chronic and unintentional dehydration. We further hope to prove that not all fluids are created equal. We need water to get the best hydration effect. We need salt to get water inside our body.
Many health problems are the result of the complication of chronic water and electrolyte imbalance.