This is the third health lesson about inflammation and immune balance. It is an important aspect of all the rest, and for some, it might be the most important.
The first question that a person might come around is how to balance an overactive immune system? It’s not easy because the immune system has a lot of functions like protecting the body of the intruders (bacteria, illness, etc.) as well as decipher which are suitable substances that can pass through.
Inflammation correlation possibilities:
- Heart disease
- Autoimmune disease
- Digestive disorders (you can read health lesson about digestive health here)
- Autism, etc.
The first step is a blood test to address if there is inflammation and immune balance problems. The next step is then to find out what the causes of it are and how to balance immune system naturally or with additional help from other sources. How to boost immune system naturally and fast? Well, that is also not an easy task because you need a specialist help to find the best diet plan and other changes in lifestyle (e.g., sports activities, stress, sleep regime, etc.). I as a Board Certified Nutritionist has experience with different women and their unhealthy lifestyle. Even from trauma can come infection despite that the person comes complaining about different health problem like weight problems.
One of the other solutions is balance immune system supplements. Anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g., aspirin, ibuprofen) are a different story. They are supposed to help for immune imbalance symptoms and more severe problems. The fact is that these drugs can interfere with the immune system and cause even more serious problems and side effects. The number of people who die from the anti-inflammatory drugs has risen so this needs additional attention. The sad side is that it is still impossible to see the stop of using these kinds of drugs or find an ultimate cure that will be fast and wouldn’t cause any problems. Also, an important role in balancing immune system th1 th2 (cells). You shouldn’t also forget about how to clean out your immune system to help to deal with triggers and overgrowth that disrupt the normal balance.
Immune balance disrupting inflammation causes:
- Poor diet (consuming too much sugar, processed food, fats that cause inflammation, etc.)
- Not enough exercising
- Infections (bacteria, viruses, parasites, yeasts, etc.)
- Toxins (pesticides, mercury, etc.)
- Allergens (from environment, food, etc.)
These are just some of the possible inflammation triggers because each person might have a different one as they depend on numerous things that influence the body’s reaction to different things. Inflammation and immune balance can be as important as any other health problem. Everyone might need their professional evaluation from a specialist the cause and the best treatment. Next, you need to read about hormones and neurotransmitters.