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The root causes of autoimmune disorders must be treated in order to have a remission from the symptoms. It is a complex set of interactions that occurs in the body to create many of the symptoms that are experienced in auto immune disease.
Since many people suffer from some symptoms that are the same in almost all... Read all »
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The extreme fatigue that may be experienced is not able to be alleviated by rest. All persons who have an autoimmune disease are afflicted with this problem. Muscle and joint pains may be accompanied by burning, aching and soreness. This symptom is also found in all people who suffer with autoimmune problems.... Read all »
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Some types of supplements may include thyroid, vitamin, or insulin substances. If the blood is affected, there may be a need for blood transfusions. If the disease is affecting the muscles, joints or bones, there may be a need for assistance in coordination and movement. Sometimes immune-depressant drugs are... Read all »
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People who are suffering from an autoimmune disorder have an immune system that is not able to recognise the difference between the invading antigens and normal and healthy bodily tissue. The immune system then responds by attacking the healthy tissues. This hypersensitivity can be compared to an allergic response. An... Read all »
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Some of the most common sources of toxins may include the following: mercury from amalgam fillings, medications offered by the pharmaceutical industry, recreational drugs, cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine, fungicides, pesticides, insecticides, additives in food and drinks, processed foods, artificial sweeteners, pop,... Read all »
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It is important to avoid high stress levels. Stress affects all aspects of bodily functioning. Exercise is beneficial in helping the body cope with stress and also helps to aid in detoxification.
Ensure that you are receiving high levels of nutrition and not short on any nutrients. It is wise to have testing done... Read all »
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The white blood cells of the body are normally responsible for protecting the body against invading pathogens or substances known as antigens. There are many different types of antigens such as viruses, bacteria, blood or tissues that are form other organisms. A normal functioning immune system will produce antibodies... Read all »