Autoimmune Disease Can Be Managed With The Right Naturopathic Treatment!
Once it has been ascertained through the process of elimination that it is an autoimmune disease you are battling, the next step is to manage the condition, to limit further progression.
The various kinds of autoimmune diseases along with their characteristics features are:
Type 1 Diabetes: A condition that involves the person experiencing frequent urination coupled with increased thirst and blurred vision, this is caused when the pancreatic cells that make insulin are attacked
Rheumatoid arthritis: When the healthy cells in the joints are attacked, it causes painful swelling and joint stiffness that worsens after prolonged inactivity
Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: The defence cells attack the thyroid tissue, that is responsible for the production of vital hormones. This causes hypothyroidism that means the hormone production by the organ does not meet the body’s requirements
Ankylosing Spondylitis: The bones in the spinal cord: the vertebrae, the joints in the pelvic region are affected causing swelling and pain
Sjogren’s syndrome: Mucous membranes in the region of the mouth and eyes are attacked by the immune cells. This leads to a dry mouth and eyes
Celiac disease: Triggered by the ingestion of gluten a principal component in certain carbohydrate foods, this autoimmune condition affects the small intestine