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The immune system plays a vital role in the human body; it protects our body from diseases and other infections. Its proper functioning saves our body from viruses, fungi, bacteria & parasites. It also destroys infectious microorganisms that enter into our body through various ways.

In most cases, the immune system works great by keeping people healthy and preventing infections. But at times problems with the immune system can lead to illness too.

 Diseases of the immune system

 If we define immune system-related diseases broadly, then allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis, asthma, and eczema are the common one. However, these diseases actually represent a hyper-response to external allergens. Asthma and allergies also involve make immune system weak.

Other dysregulation of the immune system includes autoimmune diseases, for example, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. Disorders of the immune system can result in autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases etc.

Immunodeficiency happens when the immune system of the body is not as strong as it should, the weak immune system can result in recurring and life-threatening infections.  In the human body, immunodeficiency can either be the result of a genetic disease like severe combined immunodeficiency, acquired cases such as HIV/AIDS, or through the use of immunosuppressive medication/treatment.

Diagnosing diseases of the immune system

Even though symptoms of immune diseases vary from individual to individual, fever and fatigue are very common symptoms to identify immune system is not functioning properly.

Most of the time, immune deficiencies are diagnosed by blood tests that either measures the level of immune elements or their functional activity. Allergic conditions also may be evaluated by using either blood tests or an allergy skin testing to identify what allergens trigger symptoms.

Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases-

An immunologist or allergists are trained to take care of your immune system treatment by doing diagnoses, treating and managing allergies, asthma and immunologic disorders, including primary immunodeficiency disorders.

Generally, autoimmune diseases are considered to be chronic and these can affect any part of the body includes: brain, muscles, skin, heart, nerves, eyes, joints, kidneys, lungs, blood vessels etc.

Inflammation is the basic cause of the autoimmune disease that causes redness, heat, pain, and swelling. How much your body is affected by autoimmune disease is depends on in which part of the body this disease has targeted. Here are some common tips through which you can analyze the disease name:

Joint pain, stiffness, loss of function belongs to Rheumatoid arthritis

Weight gain, tiredness, muscle aches belong to Thyroid

Skin rashes, color change, blister belongs to Skin disease.

To decrease the symptoms following tips can be helpful:

  • Eat a well balanced and healthy diet
  • exercise daily
  • get plenty of rest
  • take some vitamin supplements
  • decrease the stress
  • limit direct sun exposure

 Medical interventions include the following points:

  • hormone replacement therapy
  • pain medication
  • immunosuppressive medication
  • physical therapy
  • blood transfusions, if blood is affected
  • anti-inflammatory medication, if joints are affected

 Body Immunity Booster

  1. Healthy lifestyle

 Although it is hard to examine that how a good immune system looks like, but it also does not mean that you can’t take care of it. Maintaining good health can help your immune system to work better.

This includes:

Getting adequate proper sleep

Eating a healthy diet with lots of micronutrients, Malnutrition is also known to affect immunity

Stop drinking alcohol and quitting smoking

Live stress-free life. Stress can also have an impact on your immunity system. Studies have shown that chronic stress affects the immune system very badly and also increase the chance of some diseases, so it is very important to manage a stress.


  1. 2.      Vaccinations and supplements

For having immune booster drug, today we have a good choice of supplements in the supermarket shelf for almost all part of the body and its functions. From eye and joint health to insomnia and mood support, there are a number of alternative supplements and medicines are available. There are many supplements and vitamins are available to boost your immunity. Your nutritionist and his advice can help you in choosing the best supplement which is good for your health and can prevent you from certain immune booster side effects.

Echinacea has long been talked about as an immune booster; it is used for treating cold, strep throat, bacterial sinusitis, flu-like viral infections, other infections, immune system stimulator etc. Echinacea is available as supplements in both tablets and liquid form.

Immunization involves the process of introducing a dead or weakened version of a bacteria or virus into the body through a vaccine. It allows our immune system to respond more quickly to fight against infection when it encounters the bacteria or virus.

Right and timely immune booster medication can help you to fight bacteria and infections.

Make workouts a part of your weekly regimen

You don’t need to turn into a full-on fitness fanatic to boost your immune system; simply going for a daily walk and a half hour yoga class a day will keep you physically fit and help your immune system stay in top shape.

Myths and facts about immune Boosters-

Myth: Running a fever when you’re sick weakens your immune system.


Fact- Fever can help your immune system to fight infections in two ways. High body temperature speeds up the cells functioning, including the ones that fight illness. They respond to invading germs faster.


Myth- Your immune system gets weaker as you grow older.

Fact- As you grow old, your ability to fight infections gets weaker. Older adults are more likely to get affected by infections. Infections, like flu and pneumonia, are more likely to be fatal. Experts tell that people over 60 also have a lower response to vaccines.

Myth – Vegetable and fruits don’t help much to increase immunity.

Fact – As per studies, it has been found that people who eat lots of fruits and vegetable have a stronger immune system.


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