If you struggle with autoimmune health, we can help.
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The immune system attacks health cells
In autoimmune diseases, the body’s immune system attacks healthy cells, mistaking them for foreign bodies. There are over 80 types of autoimmune diseases, and many of them present with overlapping global symptoms. Therefore, a proper diagnosis can often be a challenge. Symptom fluctuations (flare-ups and remissions) make it difficult to judge the success of traditional treatments. As a result, many treatments aim to reduce global inflammation and relieve symptoms with pharmaceuticals—usually corticosteroids. The problem with steroids is the probability of side effects and further weakening of the immune system. Only by eliminating the underlying causes or triggers, which elicit inflammatory mediators, can we drastically improve global symptoms.
Note: Women tend to suffer from autoimmune diseases more than men.