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Successful Blue Light Therapy For Psoriasis — 12 Comments

  1. Blue light therapy sound to be very beneficial for people with psoriasis, I was wondering are there many people who suffer from this condition?

    Have you ever heard of using essential oils for psoriasis, I read an article the other day about using essential oils can be helpful for some people?

    • Thanks for taking the time to read and comment on my article Jeffrey. According to latest statistics, a total of 125 million people in the world suffer from psoriasis at various degrees, 7.5 million of them are Americans. We know that people with a poor immune system are prone to suffer from this disease, therefore people with HIV or stress are most likely to get it. As we know, there is no total cure for it, but studies has helped us to find many ways to control it so that a psoriasis suffer can live with it very comfortably in most cases.

      When someone asks me how to get started with a plan to help with their psoriasis, my recommendation is to first go on a diet. There are some great diets designed especially for psoriasis sufferers here: A Skin Disorder Diet 

      This will already help and at the same time find out what plan or treatment will work best.

      The blue light therapy is a very efficient way to go about it, especially is countries where there is so much sun (England for example), or for someone who works long hours and cannot find spare hours to sit in the sun, or if the affected areas are in places one cannot expose publicly. The blue light having the same effects as the sun rays.

      You are quite right Jeffrey, some essential oils work very well for this and other skin conditions. One that I can personally recommend for having successfully tested it myself, is the Salve-ation Eczema & Psoriasis Essential Oil Blend by Davina, available on Amazon at a very good price.

      I hope to have answered your question clearly Jeffrey and I hope to see you here often.

      I wish you the very best of health.


  2. Thanks for the thorough breakdown of how blue light therapy can help cure psoriasis. My wife uses one and it really helps with seasonal depression. I didn’t know it could help with other issues. I like how you included scientific studies and their results. Psoriasis is such a painful illness and it is nice to know their are proven treatments without harmful side effects.

    • Thanks for visiting my website and for your comment Michael. Yes, bleu light therapy works well for psoriasis. Psoriasis sufferers know very well that moderate exposure of affected areas to the sun helps to reduce the problem, and it is natural. Blue light has the same effects. As your wife knows, it is beneficial for several other issues and often used for muscular pains. Athletes use it a lot. There are also other ways to reduce psoriasis problems such as the use of natural remedies, some of them are listed in one of my past articles: “5 Excellent Psoriasis Natural Treatments Home Remedies“.

      I wish you and your wife the very best of health,

      John ツ 

  3. Hi
    Very informative article about psoriasis.I gathered a lot of information about psoriasis from your post. Still, I wonder if the psoriasis is curable. Instead of using creams and tablets the treatment by radiation seems to be great. My only worry is if it can cause side effects like causing cancer when used for longer duration.

    • Thanks for visiting my website and for taking the time to comment and ask questions Prabakaran. I am glad that it helps you. Unfortunately, as of today, psoriasis is not completely curable, but thanks to progress in various directions, we can now keep it under control to the point that it can become totally bearable, in some cases it can even feel like it is cured.

      The purpose of this website is to let my readers know that formal medical treatments such as tablets, creams, ointments, etc. have side effects, sometimes disastrous side effects. My goal is to point out that there are alternative treatments that work as well, if not better, and that are totally side effects free. Some of them I am using myself.

      You can consider blue light therapy like exposing the affected parts of the body to the sun, which is the first thing that is recommended to a psoriasis sufferer, it must be done in moderation and when done correctly, there is no risk of damage, or cancer, and no side effects.

      I hope to have cleared up the subject, but if you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to ask them here for a rapid response.

      Best wishes and the best of health to you and your family.

      John ツ 

  4. This is a website well managed and full of information. I’m impressed by the whole set up done up by John. There are lots of information and the pictures are adequent. I would just say this website is excellent and finest quality. You have affiliate links on almost all the posts, you will definately be able to earn affiliate fees from all the linking. Job Well Done.

    • Thanks very much for your visit to my website and for taking the time to post a comment Violet. Being a psoriasis sufferer myself, I know exactly what it is to be affected by this skin problem, this enables me also to review and suggest the best products available and to offer the most useful advice. First thing that I suggest to people who come to me for advice is that they start by going on a proper diet designed especially for psoriasis sufferers, it is not difficult, and this alone will improve their condition.

      I wish you the very best of health.

      John ツ

  5. Modern medicine has come so far. I didn’t even know they could do that with lights. I guess it’s true that you learn something new every day.

    Hopefully they find a permanent cure for this condition soon. I can’t imagine going through it but I’m glad there are people like you who choose to help other people going through the same struggles.

    • Thanks very much for your interest in this website Amazon LaShaun, and for your kind words. A lot of progress is being done on this skin problem, but unfortunately nothing permanent can be done yet. My advice to psoriasis sufferers, in the main time is to keep it under control, starting with a properly planed psoriasis diet, and making use of natural creams and Dead Sea Salts.

      I wish you the very best of health.

      John ツ

  6. Wow, I have never heard of this form of therapy before! I’m wondering if there have been any side effects, adverse reactions or negative results reported from undergoing blue light therapy?

    Also, since it is a fairly recent procedure, has blue light therapy been known to treat other types of skin conditions (eczema, skin tags and acne come to mind)?

    • Thanks very much for your visit to my website Andrea. The only side effect with the blue light therapy has is if we overexpose ourselves to it, like overexposure to natural sunlight. It has beneficial results on other skin conditions as well. To be used in moderation also.

      I look forward to seeing you on this website again soon.

      John ツ

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