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Our bodies' immune system keeps a track record of every microbe that it has ever encountered and defeated in the memory cells (white blood cells - B- and T-lymphocytes).
Once a microbe enters the body again, it can be easily recognized and defeated before it multiplies and make you feel sick.
The immunization process works by copying the body's natural immune response. We are then injected with vaccines that contain the same germs that cause the diseases but they have been either killed or wekaned to the point that they don't make you severely sick; others contain only a part of the disease germ.
However, the immunizations we may need are decided by our health, age, lifestyle and occupation. So it's best to consult with your doctor first, before anything else.
With some infections we may experience getting a fever or a rise in our body's temperature. This is actually an immune system response and by doing so can actually kill some microbes and trigger the body's repair process.
Overactivity of the immune system can cause:
Underactivity of the immune system (immunodefiency):
Having an underactive immune system simply means that it does not function correctly and this makes people who have them vulnerable to infections and in the most sever cases, could be life-threatening.
Immunoglobulins, also known as antibodies, are used to treat people who are unable to make enough antibodies of their own or those whose antibodies don't work properly.
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Immunity is defined as the set of defenses, that our bodies possess, which has the role to protect us against pathogens and to fight against infections.
Everyone has a different requirement for water. Temperature, humidity, size, age, gender and activity have an influence on your fluid needs.
Instead, drink when you are thirsty.
Much like a hundred years ago when Spanish Flu killed millions, questionable medicinal concoctions and folk remedies have surfaced across the world, claiming to boost the immune system.
Social media is super quick to spread nutritional advice, home remedies, and bizarre ideas. Some are straightforward like seeking out foods rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants, many pseudoscientists are peddling products like probiotics, cayenne pepper, and green tea as ways to protect us from the virus, which they cannot.
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