How do you treat autoimmunity naturally? Let’s talk about it.
Your immune system’s job is to protect you. But when it’s attacking you, that’s called autoimmunity. Your hypothalamus controls your immune system. At night your hypothalamus triggers your pituitary gland to make a hormone called prolactin. Prolactin triggers your thymus to program white blood cells known as T-lymphocytes to know the difference between you and other. Any bacteria, fungi, virus, or mutant cancer cell. In autoimmunity, your thymus does not program your lymphocytes properly. Which releases poorly trained T-cells into your bloodstream which attack normal healthy tissues.
When you balance your hypothalamus, your thymus does a better job of properly programming your T-cells.
There are more than eighty types of autoimmune disorders. And many autoimmune diseases have similar symptoms. Which makes a diagnosis frustrating and difficult. The first symptoms of autoimmunity are often fatigue, muscle aches, and low grade fever. Early signs of your body attacking itself. Classically, autoimmune diseases are characterized by inflammation. This can cause redness, heat, and swelling.
But not always.
Some autoimmune diseases can cause an elevation in ANA . Antinuclear Antibody. Which is a general marker found in the blood. It shows inflammation somewhere in the body. While ANA is not specific and can rise and fall with autoimmune flare-ups and remissions, it is a good starting point if you suspect autoimmunity.
So how can you treat autoimmunity naturally?
Balance your Hypothalamus
Since your hypothalamus controls your immune response, hypothalamus support is crucial to lower the damaging autoimmune antibodies. The specially formulated Sacred Seven® amino acids in Genesis Gold® boosts hypothalamic communication and lowers autoimmune antibodies. It does this so much more rapidly than with conventional therapy alone.
Heal your gut
Your colon has a very intelligent, transpermeable membrane. It only allows tiny water molecules in and out. If your colon is damaged, it becomes leaky. This allows toxins and undigested food particles to get into the bloodstream. These bypass the liver and become irritants. Your body responds to your leaky gut and makes a lot of antibodies. You develop food allergies and you begin to attack yourself.
This is called autoimmunity.
Sleep in the dark
If you don’t get enough sleep, you will get sick. If you don’t sleep in the dark, you will stay sick. Your hormones will not come into balance unless you sleep in the dark. Your brain chemistry will not be balanced unless you sleep in the dark. And, your immune system will not protect you. In fact, it may begin to attack you. Unless you sleep in the dark. Also, your gut won’t heal unless you sleep in the dark.
Therefore, nothing will heal unless you sleep in the dark.
Eliminate the underlying trigger of your autoimmunity
It’s important to find the deep underlying trigger for each individual’s autoimmune disorder. Interestingly enough, the trigger to autoimmune disease is different for everyone. Some autoimmune disorders are triggered by stress. By toxins. Some by malnutrition. Some by viruses or intracellular bacterium. Sometimes there are multiple causes that trigger autoimmune response. Often people with one type of autoimmune disease will eventually develop other autoimmune disorders.
If you have any questions regarding autoimmunity, please join us in our Hormone Support Group. You’ll have access to that when you sign up for my free Hormone Reboot Training.
To heal autoimmunity is more than the correction of biochemical imbalances. Firstly, it’s a shift in attitude.
So, self-care is the first step.