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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus known as SLE is an autoimmune disease in which the immunity system attacks body systems as it takes them as outside attackers to the body. In this disease, you can see many effects on your several body parts like hair falls, inflammation, etc. Symptoms of SLE can lead to hair fall, headaches, joint pain, joint swellings, severe fatigue, skin problems.

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SLE Home Remedies

SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)

 

Home Remedies

Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own connective tissue. This causes inflammation and damage to the skin and other organs, and leads to more and more varied infections. Lupus is most frequently a disease of women in their thirties and forties. Genetic factors play a role. In a predisposed person, environmental factors such as a latent viral infection, the use of certain drugs, exposure to ultraviolet light, or bodily injury can provoke the onset of the disease.

Chronic cutaneous lupus erythematosus, or discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE), is a form of the condition in which only the skin is involved. Lupus is generally much less severe than SLE, which can affect not only the skin, but also the kidneys, blood vessels, eyes, lungs, nerves, and joints. Another form of the disease, subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE), is midway in severity between IDLE and SLE. People with SCLE have a psoriasis-like skin rash and may also have joint pains and some blood-count abnormalities. However, they do not have the very serious problems that SLE sufferers can develop.

Typical lesions of Lupus are sharply defined red, scaly patches across the cheeks, nose, and outer ear canals. Other small red, scaly patches may also be seen on sun-exposed sites, such as the arms, legs, scalp, and upper body. Often there are also prominent blood vessels and large follicular openings in these patches. The lesions expand, become white and slightly sunken in the center, and heal with scarring and darkened or lightened pigmentation.

The rash is more common in the summer months, as it tends to flare up in response to sun exposure. Other factors that can make the rash worse include local trauma, menstruation, fatigue, and illness. Persons with Lupus may also suffer from oral and nasal ulcers and permanent hair loss.

  • Anti-inflammatory herbs that can help to calm the inflammation of lupus include the following:
  • Pine bark extract. Take 50 milligrams twice a day
  • Grapeseed extract. Take 50 milligrams twice a day
  • Turmeric. Take 300 milligrams three times a day.
  • Reishi mushroom extract enhances immune function. Take 1 gram (1,000 milligrams) three times a day.
  • Avoid the herb echinacea. It stimulates the immune system, and should not be used in an autoimmune disease such as lupus.

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