In a friendly city where everyone knows each other, a whole lot of cowboys are hanging out in a bar enjoying a beer on a hot afternoon. A stranger walks into the pub, and is noticed by the relaxing and friendly cowboys. The stranger gets competitive and starts an argument. The cowboys immediately begin to defend there land – their people and their city.
Our immune system functions like the cowboys. It’s relaxed until a foreign invasion enters and then our immune system mobilizes. As an example, in case you cut your self or being exposed to someone with cold or flu, your immune response (the friendly cowboys) go into action and become your fighter cells. Every cell goes into high gear to protect your immediate problem, and protect your body so the disease won’t spread.
The Immune system is your most important line of defensive energy to the body. It protects the body from invasion of infectious microorganism such as germs, bacteria, and parasites that are parasitic. These organisms exist in our everyday lives in water, food, and exposure to people and animals. Every time you eat or drink, these bacteria’s and germs enter the body.
So what happens when these foreign invaders enter the body? The hydrochloric acid in the stomach is the first line of defense. It’s powerful enough to kill most bad bacteria’s which are natural to water and food, but some can undergo. When we do comprehensive digestive evaluation for our patients, we often find chronic bacterial infections at elevated levels in the large and small intestines. The immune system is then requested to fight these invading organisms.
When infections are untreated, they enroll as chronic, persistent low- grade infections in the intestines. The fighter cells (the friendly cowboys) are similar to little Pac-Men that moves around the invading bad men really overtaking the invaders and ruining them. Why your immune system could be feeble A highly functioning immune system is normal to your baby at birth. It is among the most significant natural survival mechanisms.
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Babies can eat quite dirty things off the floor, not get sick. The Colostrum in mother’s lait is what strengthens their immune reaction. Some of us are born with weak immune systems due to their genetics or due to less good health of the mother once the infant is in utero. As we develop, the immune system’s job is very similar to the cowboys from the pub. As soon as there’s a foreign invasion that they ramp up to guard the body. The immune cells then will fight a powerful battle and many flu, colds, and infections will be naturally handled by the body’s own defensive energy. A fièvre is a sign that a large battle has been fought.
Many men and women are using antibiotic médicaments for infections. These medications became popular only in the past 50 years. They’ve saved many lives, but the overuse has caused weakness into the immune response system. 1 causes of poor immune reaction. They are great for fighting disease but this chronic overuse causes breakdown in immune response and systemic yeast. Weaken immune response can also be brought on by poor diet, lack of exercice, too much daily stress and chronic dépression.
These are made by the spleen and bone marrow, and by nutrients which are taken into the body via the breakdown of the very important nutrients in food, vitamins and supplements. When you don’t have the correct vital nutrients there’s nothing to nourish and create immune cells. Acidophilus is a naturally occurring friendly bacteria which resides in the large intestine. It’s essential for digestion and breakdown of foods and proper digestive function and immune reaction.
Astragalus is a renowned Chinese herb that’s been clinically tested used in very large doses to boost t-cell and white cell production.
Colostrum is the particular ingredient in mother’s milk which makes babies have a strong immune system. This material could syntheses from cows milk.
Ginseng – A renowned Chinese herb used in large doses to boost power and strengthen the immune system. Chinese
Herbal Formulas – Ginseng and Astragals, Ganoderma,Three Imperial Mushrooms and Zhong Gong Ling have been demonstrated to boost immune function and shed viral loads. Monolaurin is a derivative of an amino acid which may be used for fighting and down loading high viral loads. It’s particularly great for acute and chronic infections of Herpes and Epstein Barr virus. I hope this report will help to make some understanding of how the immune system works and it can be improved and repaired.