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How To Treat Palmoplantar Pustulosis Naturally: Put Your PPP In Remission And Get Your Life Back! by [Åsa Kärrman]

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I'm Åsa Kärrman and I've been healed and in remission from Palmoplantar Pustulosis for the last nine years. I've been through the painful journey from the first PPP outbreak to 100% recovery, I know what a life destroying skin disease Palmoplantar Pustulosis is.

I spend a lot of my time researching health and lifestyle changes, as the subject is now one of my main interests. This was not always the case but it became my calling after being really sick with Palmoplantar Pustulosis for a couple of years. ​

These days I help other PPP sufferers to find inspiration, motivation to heal naturally as well as to find the right tools to succeed and to combat this chronic skin disease. Apart from my book I'm also posting various tips and ideas about how to improve health and how to boost the immune system on my website. I write about what causes Palmoplantar Pustulosis, the symptoms, The diagnosis process, and natural treatments including what diets that are good to follow during the healing journey, please visit my blog www.well-healed.com to find out more. My passion comes with anything that improves your health and life as a direct result of a healthy diet and lifestyle changes that are achievable.

Before developing Palmoplantar Pustulosis my immune system had gradually declined over a period of a couple of years. I did figure something was wrong but chose to ignore it. This was way before I finally received my diagnosis and it was explained to me I had Palmoplantar Pustulosis (PPP)

​It all started 6 months after my daughter was born. I always seemed to have a cold. I was continuously suffering with thrush (candida), my skin got really bad and I developed Rosacea, a facial condition where your skin goes red and small little spots appear everywhere. I also kept getting a stye on my eyelid and the eyelashes kept falling off. All of this was warning signs which I at the time chose to ignore. Today I obviously beat myself up for it. My body was trying to tell me something wasn't right and to slow down. I was living in the fast lane and pushed myself too hard at work. The food I ate consisted of a lot of empty calories and a lot of sugar. I wasn't thinking about how stress and diet really impacts health.

It also shocked me a bit after receiving the Palmoplantar Pustulosis diagnoses to find out there was no quick fix medication to take. I didn't know much about autoimmune diseases. Yes I knew of Diabetes 1, MS, arthritis and Psoriasis, but that was something that happened to other people, not me. The doctors didn't seem to know much about the disease either. They suggested a few lotions and potions but that was about it.

It's in my nature to seek out and find information when I want to learn something. When I began doing my research and looking into the causes of the disease Palmoplantar Pustulosis, I started to realise there might be natural ways to combat this. I couldn't just accept the words of my dermatologist "There is no cure, this is for life, you will never heal, this condition is chronic". I do agree with the doctors there's no cure. A cure means you are taking something which eliminates the problem and it will never come back. I don't think that's the case with any disease. Once it's there you will always be receptive to get it again if you do not maintain your body, and remove the root cause.

It's been nine years since I went into remission and healed from PPP and I'm confident my healing system works and I want to help you to heal too. We all have different triggers to onset this disease and you need to understand which trigger is yours to be successful.

If you want to learn more about what causes PPP, the symptoms, the triggers, the treatments and how to heal naturally, you will find my book How To Treat Palmoplantar Pustulosis Naturally helpful.

Åsa Kärrman --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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