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Inflammation in autoimmune diseases is the number one killer on Planet Earth. Our own white cells start attacking body organs. The attack triggered by infections, surgery, injury, inhalation of pollutants, vaccination or stress.
If a disease has good & bad days, consider it to be a autoimmune disorder. If the disease started after pregnancy, surgery, car accidents, toxic exposure or living close to a dump, its autoimmune. The sooner you change your lifestyle the better the results. After the termination of pregnancy a increased autoimmune attack is seen & autoimmune diseases are triggered after pregnancy including Vasculitis, depression & PTSD.
In any disease there is a trigger which is a protein on the surface of a microbe or food example (gluten). Usually a infection will trigger a immune response that begins to attack a part of your body. Unless the particular microbe is neutralized you will not be able to achieve a cure.
Stress suppresses your immune functions and is the first step to trigger off autoimmune diseases. Prayer and trust in God will relive stress. If you do negative things that will contribute to stress. Read the diet page for more instructions.
P.T.S.D. (post traumatic stress disorder), depression, anxiety, O.C.D (obsessive compulsive disorder), PANDAS are all immune mediated.
Takayasu , SLE,
kidney disease are all
reversible in early stages.
Young women with undiagnosed problems please read about Dysautonomia. Inflammatory disorders are common in women. Do not think that hot flashes are due to hormone deficiency. Diseases should be treated by considering that you have immune dysfunction.
President Franklin D Roosevelt (click to see his medical history) President J.F. Kennedy (medical history)
President Regan, had chest cancer and did not get any treatment in USA, alternative treatments fully recovered him from the cancer.
Below is a description of C.I.D.P, for other diseases see our disease section.
Tingling numbness in the toes can be Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy. Diabetics have a higher incidence of CIDP. A super expert medical professional can diagnose CIDP on the first visit without any electro-diagnostic help, read our diagnosis page to find out which is the best test.
A feeling of numbness & weakness is polyneuropathy likely to be CIDP. Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculo neuropathy is an immune-mediated Polyneuropathy (inflammatory) that affects the nerves.
CIDP symptoms are a slowly progressive, with numbness & tingling.
Weakness starts in the legs, or in arms. CIDP causes difficulty to walk
or go upstairs. There is some spinal cord involvement. Occasionally, cranial nerves are involved, symptoms range from visual perception difficulties, double vision, numbness involving the face, hearing disorders. Most people believe that their knee, ankles or hip joints are a problem. Muscle and spinal involvement is frequent in CIDP. Brain involvement in CIDP is misdiagnosed as MS. The
involvement can be asymmetric.
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Walter G. Bradley, D.M., F.R.C.P., Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurology, University of Miami School of Medicine
Dr.Abbas Mehdi MD
Director, California Neurological Center, 7585 N. Cedar Ave Fresno, CA
W. King Engel,
Professor of Neurology, University of Southern California
Good Samaritan Hospital
Burrows M.D Neuro Muscular Neurologist , 1100 N Palm Canyon
Drive, Palm Springs CA