Common skin disorders Biodescodification

Common skin disorders Biodescodification,

Herpes zoster

Herpes zoster usually appears on the lips and genital regions, which are the main sites of interpersonal, verbal, affective, or intimate communication.

Biological conflict of herpes zoster

Its numerous depictions suggest methods to avoid it. Since there are three components-the nerve, the dermis and the epidermis-it is important to determine how the three components came into conflict.

Oral herpes

It begins to take shape once the tension between the longing for contact or separation has been resolved, along with information passing through the nerve and a possible attack felt in the dermis.

Other manifestations of this struggle are feeling isolated from someone you used to kiss, denial of the right to express yourself and even cursing.

Genital herpes

If there is no sexual contact, discontent or guilt over an unwanted sexual interaction can manifest. In Biological Decoding, we stay with the patient until they stop judging themselves, share personal information with others without fear of judgment and regain faith in close friendships.

The cutaneous symptoms lead us to the conclusion that social interaction can strengthen the relationships that bind us emotionally.


Due to the loss and dysfunction of melanocytes, it is characterized by the appearance of white or depigmented spots on the skin. These spots can be of any size and shape.

Biological conflict of vitiligo

A person’s active struggle against a deep, painful, unjust, or unpleasant separation, coupled with a feeling of impurity, is reflected in a biological conflict.

For the duration of this separation conflict, the skin begins to depigment and ulcerate. Filling or pigmentation will gradually and normally develop from the periphery towards the center once the biological conflict has been resolved.

In depigmented areas, the skin will become pink and transparent. However, it could evolve into scarlet fever or seborrheic dermatitis…