The immune system is composed of cells, organs, tissues, and molecules that defend the body from disease. The term "immunity" comes from the Latin word immunities. The immune system is composed of many interdependent cell types that collectively protect the body from bacterial, parasitic, fungal, viral infections and from the increase of tumor cells. Many of these cell types have particular function the cells of the immune system can engulf bacteria, kill parasites or tumor cells, or kill viral-infected cells. Often, these cells depend on the T helper subset for commencement signals in the form of secretions formally known as cytokines, lymphocytes, or more specifically interleukins.
Through relaxation, the anxious system can tell the immune system to settle down and stop attacking the foreign bodies, which are naturally empty out in a non-allergic person by sneezing once or twice a day. When the immune system backs off, irritation and mucus decrease and symptoms diminish.
Causes of Immune System Disorder: -
• Antibody: - A chemical made by the immune system to destroy foreign invaders.
• General autoimmune disorder: - An autoimmune disorder that involves a number of tissues throughout the body.
• Anemia: - A medical condition caused by a reduced number of red blood cells, characterized by general weakness, paleness, irregular heart beat, and fatigue.
• Immune system: - A network of organs, tissues, cells, and chemicals designed to fight off foreign invaders, such as bacteria and viruses.
• Steroids: - A group of naturally occurring substances that is very effective in reducing pain and swelling in tissues.
• Organ specific disorder: - An autoimmune disorder in which only one type of organ is affected.
Home Remedies for Immune System Disorder: -
• Ginger: - Recent studies show that ginger reduces inflammation by inhibiting prostaglandin and suppresses the immune system's production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and chemokines, reducing disease severity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
• Water: - Water is an absolute necessity for the overall health of the body. The regular intake of water must be about eight glasses a day. In case of irritable bowel movement, increase the intake of water.
• Eat fiber rich food: - Eat fresh vegetables and fruits. Eat a fiber rich food. Fiber improves working of intestine and stabilizes the symptoms. Avoid caffeine and fat. They may cause cramps in intestine. Drink at least eight glasses of water every day. Avoid carbonated beverages. Gas produced due to their consumption will worsen the symptoms. Eat small meals frequently instead of a large meal.
• Exercise Offers Many Benefits: - Exercise gets your heart pumping, tones the muscles, helps you to lose fat and also helps to clean out the colon. Any physical activity whether it is aerobic exercise, yoga or walking to work stimulates the muscles in the colon to move faster, thereby causing the contractions that facilitate a bowel movement. This process helps to keep the liver functioning at higher capacity.