Who gets sick and who doesn't?

Every time there is a flu epidemic or virus going around some people get deathly ill, some people get sick, some have mild symptoms and some never seem to get sick at all.

Why do some people get sick and some don't ? Why is the virulence or severity of the illness devastating in some, mild in others, while some are completely immune ?

In a nut shell; The strength of your immune system is the deciding factor determining who gets sick and who doesn’t.

Now in the era of drug resistant bacteria, a healthy immune system may be the difference between good health or a life and death fight against antibiotic resistant disease or infection.

It doesn't matter if you’re in the winter wind or sheltered indoors, you are being constantly bombarded by bacteria, viruses, fungi, pollutants, carcinogens and parasites.

Once an invader gets past your body’s defences – the skin, mucosa and stomach acids, a healthy immune system is your only defence against potentially lethal cell invasions.

A healthy immune system is a truly amazing defence mechanism capable of recognizing and destroying infectious organisms as well as carrying out immune surveillance that eliminates damaged or abnormal cells such as cancer cells. A healthy immune system vastly reduces the risk of cancer.

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AT WORK

When you get a cut, all sorts of bacteria and viruses enter your body through the break in the skin. The immune system responds and eliminates the invaders while the skin heals itself and seals the puncture. In rare cases the immune system misses something and the cut gets infected. Every day the body inhales thousands of germs. The immune system deals with all of them without a problem.

Occasionally a germ gets past the immune system and as a result you catch a cold, get the flu or worse. A cold or flu is a visible sign that your immune system failed to stop the germ. Each day you also eat hundreds of germs, and again most of these die in the saliva or the acid of the stomach. Occasionally, however, one gets through and causes food poisoning. There is normally a very visible effect of the breach of the immune system: vomiting and diarrhea are two of the most common symptoms.

IMPROVE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

Reduce stress

Get adequate sleep

Eat Healthy

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