r1 - 09 Oct 2017 - 02:22:15 - TWikiRegistrationAgentYou are here: TWiki >  Main Web > TWikiUsers > YunanzoAlbert
FirstName Yunanzo
LastName Albert



Country United Kingdom





InstantMessaging (IM)



Comment Many of the language used in the everyday usage point out that the skin physically and mentally separates the human body from its environment; in several respects, it provides him with an important protection and communication function. Terms such as "resisting his skin", "driving out of the skin" or seborrheic dermatitis hair loss recovery "feeling uncomfortable in his skin" suggest very clearly these characteristics. With two square meters total area and more than ten kilograms of weight, the skin protects us against heat and cold, poisons and radiation, microorganisms and impurities. It regulates body temperature and, together with the kidneys, the water and electrolyte balance of the body. Tasks of the skin

Passive and active protection against damaging external influences Protection against the loss of body fluid

Regulation of the heat balance Participation in the circulation regulation

sebum secretion Discharging of slags via sweat glands

Sensory function through temperature and touch sensors respiratory System

Means of expression for mental processes

Causes of Psoriasis

Persistent mental stress or suppressed emotions such as anxiety and aggression can reduce the mechanical and biochemical protective functions of the skin in such a short time that pathogens can enter and spread in their cell layers. On the other hand, pollutants or allergens, which are absorbed externally or internally by the body, can lead to a change and weakening of the skin defense. In many cases, the organism uses the skin as a means of relief, in order to get rid of the incompatible substances in this way. Many forms of moistening and itchy eruptions, such as psoriasis or other skin diseases, can arise on this basis. In addition to the already mentioned fumaric acid deficiency, the inheritance factor and a general, unspecific deficiency of the body, there are still a number of other known pathogens of psoriasis: Disruption of the acid-base balance

Food and food additives intolerances Various allergens

Exposure to the body by environmental pollutants and poisons Bowel Dysfunction

Deficiency of the organism Psychosocial stress

Mental stress states, suppressed feelings and feelings (emotions blocks)

The acid-base ratio in psoriasis

The harmonious and balanced ratio of acidic and basic substances in the organism is the prerequisite for an undisturbed and intact metabolism. Disharmony and unilateral displacement of this balance disrupts seborrheic keratosis removal many vital cell processes. Above all, a shift to the acid range can quickly lead to overloading and functional impairment of individual organs, organ systems and, above all, the skin. The present life and often one-sided diet of man is increasingly causing an acid increase in the body.

The great nutritional portion of animal protein, especially through the consumption of meat, low-fat fines / protein-containing finished products and the consumption of extremely sugary foods, provokes a strong acid formation which overcomes the central acid-base regulation of the organism. Especially the skin, with the largest excretion volume of the body, reacts very sensitively to an acidification of the organism. Due to the high degree of acidity of the perspiration, a large part of their protective functions is eliminated. The skin becomes more sensitive and reacts to increasingly more substances and substances with allergic intolerances.

The pH values ​​in the body

The abbreviation pH (potentia hydrogen) indicates the concentration of acidity (acid) or basicity (base) in a liquid. In the measuring scale, the pH values ​​range from 0 to 14. A high pH value indicates an acid deficiency (alkalosis), seborrheic dermatitis hair loss recovery a low value below 7 an acid excess (acidosis). pH values ​​of 7-14 are thus basic. For example, urine has a pH value of 7.0-7.5, saliva7.1, intestinal secretion 8.0, pancreatic secretion 7.5-8.8, blood 7/3 7.5, bile fluid 8.5 ,
Edit personal data

My Links

  • ATasteOfTWiki - view a short introductory presentation on TWiki for beginners
  • WelcomeGuest - starting points on TWiki
  • TWikiUsersGuide - complete TWiki documentation, Quick Start to Reference
  • Sandbox - try out TWiki on your own
  • YunanzoAlbertSandbox? - just for me

My Personal Data

Note: if personal data is being stored using a secret database, then it is only visible to the user and to administrators.


My Personal Preferences

Uncomment preferences variables to activate them (remove the #-sign). Help and details on preferences variables are available in TWikiPreferences.

  • Show tool-tip topic info on mouse-over of WikiWord links, on or off:
    • #Set LINKTOOLTIPINFO = off

Related Topics

Edit | Attach | Printable | Raw View | Backlinks: Web, All Webs | History: r1 | More topic actions
HPC at Leeds University
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platformCopyright © by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback