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Rising Incidence of Autoimmune Disorders!

In recent times, there has been a huge rise in incidences of autoimmune disorders. Several factors or causes significantly contribute to this disease.

What is Autoimmune Disorder?
In basic terms, an autoimmune condition arises when the immune system loses the ability to distinguish between harmful invaders and the body’s cells. Consequently, the body’s defense mechanisms, originally meant to combat bacteria and viruses, mistakenly target and damage healthy tissues and organs.
What are the factors that cause this condition?
Autoimmune diseases arise from errors in our immune system, which mistakenly attack our own body instead of external threats.
Certain gene variations may increase susceptibility to developing autoimmune conditions. Exposure to environmental pollutants, toxins, infections, and dietary factors plays a role in triggering autoimmune responses in susceptible individuals.

Improved hygiene practices in modern society also result in an underdeveloped immune system, leading to an increased risk of autoimmune diseases. This results from reduced exposure to pathogens early in life leading to immune dysregulation.

Changes in Lifestyle and Diet are a major cause of this disorder. Western diets high in processed foods, sugar, and unhealthy fats, as well as sedentary lifestyles, contribute to inflammation and immune system dysfunction, increasing the risk of autoimmune diseases.

Chronic stress can weaken the immune system and contribute to inflammation, which triggers or exacerbates autoimmune conditions. Exposure to certain chemicals found in pesticides, plastics, and other industrial products disrupt the immune system and contribute to autoimmune disease risk.

Insufficient levels of vitamin D play a role in immune function regulation and are associated with an increased risk of autoimmune diseases.

How does the microbiome affect autoimmune diseases?
The microbiome, which refers to the diverse community of microorganisms that inhabit the human body, particularly the gut microbiome, plays a crucial role in immune system regulation and overall health. There is growing evidence suggesting a link between the microbiome and autoimmune diseases.

Gut Dysbiosis:
Beneficial gut microbes play a crucial role in informing the immune system to eliminate invaders that enter our body through food and saliva. However, when gut dysbiosis occurs when harmful microbes dominate over beneficial ones they deceitfully redirect the immune system to target our body, allowing them to thrive in the gut and various body parts, leading to silent, low-grade infections. The prevalence of gut dysbiosis is increasing due to improper food combinations aimed at providing sensory satisfaction, as well as exposure to toxic pesticides, adulterants, additives (like preservatives and coloring agents), and environmental pollutants. Lifestyle factors such as sleep deprivation and stress also contribute to this condition. These are some of the reasons for the rising incidence of autoimmune disorders. Imbalances or dysbiosis in the gut microbiome, characterized by alterations in the composition and function of microbial communities, have been observed in individuals with autoimmune diseases such as Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), and Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Immune System Regulation: The gut microbiome influences immune system development and function, including the balance between pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory responses. Dysbiosis disrupts this balance, leading to immune dysregulation and an increased risk of autoimmune responses.

Leaky Gut Syndrome: Dysbiosis and inflammation in the gut contribute to increased intestinal permeability, commonly known as leaky gut syndrome. This allows for the translocation of microbial products and antigens into the bloodstream, triggering immune responses and potentially leading to autoimmune reactions.

Microbial Metabolites: Microbes in the gut produce various metabolites, including Short-Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs), which have immunomodulatory effects. Dysbiosis alters the production of these metabolites, affecting immune regulation and potentially contributing to autoimmune disease development.

Molecular Mimicry: Some microbial components resemble human tissues or antigens, leading to cross-reactivity and autoimmune responses. Dysbiosis can increase the likelihood of molecular mimicry and the development of autoimmune diseases.

At AMMAGENOMICS, we offer PCR-based tests that prioritize addressing the root cause of autoimmune diseases and offer excellent, 100% effective cures for these conditions. We give free treatment counseling and suggestions to get a complete cure. The results are given in a quick turnaround time. Reach us/WhatsApp at +91 7200636219 for more details. To know more about us visit our website www.ammagenimics.com.

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