Type: Complex


Scleroderma is found within autoimmune diseases, the autoimmune system attacks the tissues of the body, in this case causing abnormal reactions in these tissues such as inflammation and scar-like tissue formation.

There are two types of  Localized Scleroderma usually affecting only the skin tissue causing thickening, poor circulation: Raynaud's syndrome dark spots and itching.

Systemic scleroderma can affect any part of the body such as the lungs, digestive system, kidneys or even the heart, in this case causing serious and variable alterations.


  • Skin disorders, thickening, dark spots, sores, itching.
  • Rigidity and tension in the skin, most noticeable on the face.
  • Eye problems such as irritation.
  • Joint pain and stiffness.
  • Numbness and pain in the extremities.
  • Digestive disorders (gastroesophageal reflux, difficulty swallowing, distention of the abdomen, diarrhea, constipation, among other).
  • Problems in the respiratory tract (dyspnea, dry cough).
  • Cardiovascular problems such as arterial hypertension or poor peripheral irrigation.
  • Decreased renal function.
  • Among others.


At present, no biomagnetic pairs directly related  to this disease have been identified, so an exhaustive scaning with several treatment sessions is recommended and meticulously follow the evolution of the disease.
Allopathy employs palliative corticosteroids, anti-inflammatories, immunosuppressants, among others; which should be administered strictly under medical supervision and minimize their use due to their side effects.
Like other autoimmune diseases such as Lupus or Multiple Sclerosis, the disease progresses with stress or bad habits such as smoking, alcoholism, etc. The natural diet, avoiding processed foods, saturated or trans fats, avoiding sugar and salt can be of great help. Instead eat more fruit and vegetables, add vitamins, especially B and E and Omega 3 and 9 oils.

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