Health Tip: Understanding Autoimmune Diseases|
When the body begins to attack itself
HealthDay News) -- An autoimmune disease occurs when the body's immune system mistakenly begins to attack itself. More commonly known autoimmune diseases include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
Here is more information about autoimmune diseases, courtesy of the U.S. National Women's Health Information Center:
- Autoimmune diseases affect more women than men, and tend to run in families.
- Symptoms may come and go, with no symptoms for a while, then a sudden, severe attack called a "flare-up."
- Symptoms and severity can vary greatly from disease to disease.
- Medication can help control symptoms, as can reducing stress. Meditation and self-hypnosis also have helped some people.
- People with an autoimmune disease should practice healthy habits including getting regular exercise, eating a proper diet, and getting plenty of sleep.
Homeopathic Dr. Mumtaz Ali Riaz, In-charge Homeopathy Department at Government THQ Hospital,Sargodha Road,Chiniot-35400,Punjab,Pakistan.
I would like to share my 20 years experience with all of you regarding very simple treatment of Azoospermia cases, the treatment is prescription of 1000 mg Vitamin C daily for at least one month alongwith Zinc Met 3x,or 6x or Selenium 30 x twice a day for a long time.
Pitutrine 6x is also beneficial for such case twice a day however it should be taken under strict medical observation.
Semen analysis is prerequisite of this treatment.
Cure Response of Vitamin C is about 7 out of 10 cases.
with best wishes from chiniot Pakistan,
Dr. Mumtaz Ali Riaz