Mitch Webb explains that so many women are susceptible to compromised immune systems. He suggests that you seek testing from an Integrative Health Practitioner to get a correct diagnosis of your Autoimmune Disease. If left untreated, Autoimmune Disease can cause a myriad of health problems. Being genetically predisposed to autoimmune disease is very common.
Autoimmune Disease Q & A
What is an Autoimmune Disease?
When your body is attacked by bacteria or a virus, your immune system detects the invasion and responds by mobilizing an army of specialized cells to fight off the invader. This system is incredibly efficient and effective.
A strong immune system has the ability to determine which cells are dangerous and which cells are normal. Autoimmune Disease is defined by the body’s inability to distinguish dangerous cells from healthy cells.
People with an Autoimmune Disease suffer from an internal battle between their own immune system and their healthy tissues.
Common types of Autoimmune Disease for women are:
Autoimmune Disease can take many forms, and some examples include:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Type I Diabetes
- Systemic Lupus
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Graves’ Disease
- Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
There are many other Autoimmune Diseases.
What are some symptoms of Autoimmune Disease?
The following is a list of similar symptoms from autoimmune disorders:
- Low-grade fever
- Difficulty maintaining concentration
- Swelling or redness in skin and joints
- Hair loss
- Persistent rashes
- Aching muscles
Certain types of Autoimmune Diseases bring their own unique list of symptoms. Because these symptoms are so common among other medical conditions, it’s important to seek a professional diagnosis any time you notice significant changes in how your body functions.
How is Autoimmune Disease treated?
One of the best ways to treat Autoimmune Disorders is to work with a licensed Health Coach. Mitch Webb works hand-in-hand with doctors so he can help guide you through a diet and wellness program suited to your specific Autoimmune Disease. Both doctors and health coaches look at the root cause of your Autoimmune Disorder, so treating symptoms is a thing of the past.
No matter which Autoimmune Disease you are dealing with, Mitch Webb has created a challenge for women residing in Wake and Durham counties in North Carolina. This challenge will put you on the right path.
It’s called the 5-day energize without exercise weight loss challenge.
It has been designed to focus on many areas, no matter what your current condition is, to give you back that energy you once had and to help you drop a couple pounds along the way. It will jump-start you physically and emotionally for your next steps with Mitch Webb.