Suffering from allergies or autoimmune diseases? Reset your immune system!

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Suffering from allergies or autoimmune diseases? Reset your immune system!
The body is a fantastic organism with many processes that are working hard for you non-stop. The immune system is one such process that works in the background and is wonderfully put together. You often only notice this system when it is not working optimally. Allergies, autoimmune diseases, and ailing health are examples and signs of a faltering immune system. What can you do to help or even reset your immune system? This article will help you on your way.

The body – if you can manage not to get in the way – is a wonderful self-correcting organism that wants to get better. – dr. Jeffrey Rediger

What is the immune system?

What is your immune system? Usually, we only notice it when it lets us down. It’s hard to imagine, but it’s essential for survival. It is the most complex system in the human body, along with the nervous system. It is made up of organs, tissues, and cells that form an intricate and multifaceted protective web throughout the body.

In some ways, it starts with your skin, your saliva, and the mucous membranes in your nose, which stop, trap, and neutralize many pathogens even before they enter the body. It goes all the way to your bone marrow. Where your white blood cells are born: the intelligent, specialized, fast, and relentless soldiers of your immune system, which track down and remove all invading pathogens to fast-growing cancer cells.

Suffering from allergies or autoimmune diseases? Reset your immune system!

How does the immune system work?

Every second, whether you’re asleep or awake, your immune system works vigorously to defend against foreign invaders and internal problems that arise. Every breath is screened for intruders. At night, while you sleep, your immune system increases production of certain proteins that help identify and remove harmful pathogens and malignant cells.

When adequately fortified with the physical and emotional nourishment it needs, your immune system is great at figuring out how to best protect you and developing unique solutions that are tailor-made for each individual situation. When it doesn’t receive what it needs to be at its best, the cells and transmission of messages are messy and mistakes and communication errors quickly arise.

Malfunctions in the immune system

Suffering from allergies or autoimmune diseases? Reset your immune system!

Your immune system can go haywire if it doesn’t get the physical and emotional nourishment it needs; it may overreact or target the wrong target. Allergies are examples of situations where the immune system overreacts to something that doesn’t really pose a threat to you.

For some people, it’s a whiff of pollen that gives them a throbbing headache and a runny nose; for others, a piece of peanut can trigger anaphylactic shock. The reactions are different – ​​the first an inconvenience and the other a life-threatening emergency – but the mechanism is the same. It’s a hiccup in the immune system.

While some studies are beginning to show that processed foods and chemicals play a role, we still don’t fully understand why these common immune system malfunctions occur. What leads to the development of these autoimmune diseases? In some cases, we suspect that the cause is probably in our environment and eating habits. A few decades ago, autoimmune diseases were rare, but since the routine use of chemicals in agriculture and trade has risen sharply, so have autoimmune diseases.

Maintenance of your body

It would be incredible if our immune system never went off-track or out of control, if it continued to function perfectly like a well-oiled machine. But even machines need maintenance. How can we expect our immune system to continue to function at its best, with healthy cells responding sharply and correctly to instructions, if we don’t maintain it the way we maintain our cars? That’s crazy, because a car is replaceable, but the body is not.

The deplorable truth is that many of us walk around with an immune system that is chronically depleted. It’s sluggish, exhausted, and inhibited by our poorly maintained relationship with stress and nutrition. How do we ensure that our immune system continues to function at top level. Or if it is currently depleted, will it be refilled?

Reset your immune system

Suffering from allergies or autoimmune diseases? Reset your immune system!

What we want is an immune system with well-nourished cells that are fast, smart, effective and ready to fight for us. We want our immune system to be fully staffed. In the book Spontaneous Healing, Dr. Jeffrey Rediger writes about people who have reset their immune systems to erase the bad programming that attacked their own cells and tissues to fully normal and healthy immune function. How did these people achieve such a reset?

The immune system and nervous system are closely intertwined and can exchange information and ‘talk’ to each other. The cells of the immune system, which are always roaming around your body, have that radio channel on. They can communicate directly with your nervous system. This means that whatever is going on in your mind is sent directly to your immune system.

With a touch of love

A young theology student in the 1950s made history in Western science by being the first person to contract a serious illness and then experience startling spontaneous healing. He attributed much of his healing to a persistent, unwavering sense of being loved by a person who had been so important to him.

Could it be that this deep sense of being loved was sent out to his immune system, reviving something deep inside? Whether through a therapeutic session, a loving relationship, deep meditation, or focused imagery, love touches and heals something that medication cannot touch.

And good mental and physical nutrition

Another great way to repair a cracked and ineffective immune wall is to build health and vitality from scratch. The body – if you can manage not to get in the way – is a wonderful self-correcting organism that wants to get better. Cases of spontaneous remission, as unique and individual as they are, provide clues on how to get out of the way of your body and give it everything it needs to build and maintain a prosperous and smart immune system.

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