Susceptibility to Infections

Increased susceptibility to infections arises from a weakened immune system. Since approximately 80% of the immune system is located in the gut, it is logical that the gut should be closely examined. Food intolerances, infections (bacteria, parasites), and various environmental factors (especially heavy metals) can trigger allergic and inflammatory reactions in the gut and weaken the immune system.

Symptoms and Causes of Susceptibility to Infections

Symptoms of susceptibility to infections range from frequent colds, fatigue, and fever to serious infections such as pneumonia.

The causes and triggers of susceptibility to infections can include chronic stress, malnutrition, poor sleep quality, or certain medical conditions.

Therapy of Susceptibility to Infections

Treatment options focus on strengthening the immune system and addressing possible underlying causes. Due to the central role of the gut, a gut cleanse or gut restoration is essential. Additionally, food intolerances should be avoided, and a physical detoxification should be carried out.

A balanced diet with sufficient vitamins and minerals, regular physical activity, adequate sleep, and effective stress management should support the therapy. If susceptibility to infections persists, a medical examination is advisable to identify potential underlying health issues and develop targeted therapy approaches.

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A comprehensive, holistic approach that not only alleviates symptoms but also explores the underlying causes should be integrated into the therapy.

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