The most common cause of all diseases in the world today is autoimmune diseases. In autoimmune disease our own protective forces (immune system) starts to attack your own body.
Fibromyalgia is the most common autoimmune disease today globally, triggered by Mycoplasma.
Autoimmunity plays a role in more than 101 diseases. Following are brief descriptions of some of the many diseases in which autoimmunity may be involved
. Celiac disease is the underlying cause in a majority of diseases from autism, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis to osteoarthritis. The second most commonest cause of your diseases is Mycoplasma.
Note: CIDPUSA considers autoimmune disorders to be secondary to infections and chemical exposure or proteins in your food by a process called molecular mimicry.
AUTOIMMUNE acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) A flu followed by seizures and coma, causing inflammation of the brain (encephalitis). It is a autoimmune disease.
Autoimmune Alzheimers: Alzheimers a memory disorder caused by autoimmune disease.
Autoimmune alopecia areata--Alopecia a disorder in which the immune system attacks the hair follicles, causing loss of hair on the scalp, face, and other parts of the body.
Autoimmune ankylosing spondylitis--Ankylosing spondylitis a rheumatic disease that causes inflamed joints in the spine and sacroiliac (the joints that connect the spine and the pelvis) and, in some people, inflamed eyes and heart valves.
Autoimmune aneurysms and their treatment with steroids to fix aneurysms.
Autoimmune arthritis--A general term for more than 100 different diseases that affect the joints. All forms of arthritis and related conditions are believed to have an autoimmune component.
Autoimmune autism or Autistic disorder PANDAS. (Childhood psychiatric disorders)
Autoimmune hemolytic anemia--A condition in which immune system proteins attack the red blood cells, resulting in fewer of these oxygen-transporting cells.
Autoimmune hepatitis--A disease in which the body's immune system attacks liver cells, causing inflammation. If not stopped, inflammation can lead to cirrhosis (scarring and hardening) of the liver and eventually liver failure.
Autoimmune Behçet's disease--A condition characterized by sores in the mouth and on the genitals and by inflammation in parts of the eye.
Autoimmune Bullous Pemphigoid
Autoimmune Crohn's disease--An inflammatory disease of the small intestine or colon that causes diarrhea, cramps, and excessive weight loss.
Autoimmune Chronic Fatigue SyndromeIn this condition you feel tired all the time.
Autoimmune Dermatomyositis--A rare autoimmune disease that causes patchy red rashes around the knuckles, eyes, and other parts of the body along with chronic inflammation of the muscles.
Autoimmune Diabetes mellitus, type 1--The immune system destroys insulin-producing cells of the pancreas, making it impossible for the body to use glucose (blood sugar) for energy.
Autoimmune Epilepsy Autoimmune In epilepsy either you pass out, run, forget, get angry or have uncontrolled movements of the body.
Autoimmune Kawasaki's Disease A disease affecting the skin and heart in children.
Autoimmune Glomerulonephritis--Inflammation of the kidney's tiny filtering units.
Autoimmune Graves' disease--An autoimmune disease of the thyroid gland that results in the overproduction of thyroid hormone. This causes such symptoms as nervousness, heat intolerance, heart palpitations, and unexplained weight loss.
Goodpastures Syndrome A autoimmune disease affecting the Lungs and Kidneys.
Autoimmune Guillain-Barré syndrome--A disorder in which the body's immune system attacks part of the nervous system, leading to numb, weak limbs and, in severe cases, paralysis.
Autoimmune Inflammatory bowel disease--The general name for diseases that cause inflammation in the intestine, the most common of which are ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
Autoimmune Lupus nephritis--Damaging inflammation of the kidneys that can occur in people with lupus. If not controlled, it may lead to total kidney failure.
Autoimmune Multiple sclerosis--A disease in which the immune system attacks the protective coating called myelin around the nerves. The damage affects the brain and/or spinal cord and interferes with the nerve pathways, causing muscular weakness, loss of coordination, visual and speech problems.
Autoimmune Myasthenia gravis--A disease in which the immune system attacks the nerves and muscles in the neck, causing weakness and problems with seeing, chewing, and/or talking.
Autoimmune Myocarditis--Inflamed and degenerating muscle tissue of the heart that can cause chest pain and shortness of breath. This can lead to congestive heart failure.
Autoimmune Parkinson diseases. Parkinson which causes slowness and a flexed posture with tremors is a autoimmune diseases.
Autoimmune PANDAS Pediatrics autoimmune neuropsychiatry disorders
Autoimmune Pemphigus/pemphigoid--An autoimmune disease of the skin characterized by itching and blisters.
Autoimmune Pernicious anemia--A deficiency of the oxygen-carrying red blood cells that often occurs in people with autoimmune diseases of the thyroid gland.
Autoimmune Polyarteritis nodosa--An autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of the small and medium-sized arteries. This leads to problems in the muscles, joints, intestines, nerves, kidney, and skin.
Autoimmune Polymyositis--A rare autoimmune disease characterized by inflamed and tender muscles throughout the body, particularly those of the shoulder and hip girdles.
Autoimmune Primary biliary cirrhosis--A disease that slowly destroys the bile ducts in the liver. When the ducts are damaged, bile (a substance that helps digest fat) builds up in the liver and damages liver tissue.
Autoimmune Psoriasis--A chronic skin disease that occurs when cells in the outer layer of the skin reproduce faster than normal and pile up on the skin's surface. This results in scaling and inflammation.
Autoimmune Rheumatic fever--A disease that can occur following untreated streptococcus (strep) infection. It most often affects children, causing painful, inflamed joints and, in some cases, permanent damage to heart valves.
Autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis--A disease in which the immune system is believed to attack the linings of the joints. This results in joint pain, stiffness, swelling, and destruction.
Autoimmune Sarcoidosis--A disease characterized by granulomas (small growths of blood vessels, cells, and connective tissue) that can lead to problems in the skin, lungs, eyes, joints, and muscles.
AUTOIMMUNE Scleroderma--An autoimmune disease characterized by abnormal growth of connective tissue in the skin and blood vessels. In more severe forms, connective tissue can build up in the kidneys, lungs, heart, and gastrointestinal tract, leading in some cases to organ failure.
Autoimmune sjögren's syndrome--A condition in which the immune system targets the body's moisture-producing glands, leading to dryness of the eyes, mouth, and other body tissues.
Autoimmune Systemic lupus erythematosus--An autoimmune disease, primarily of young women, that can affect many parts of the body, including the joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels, and brain.
Autoimmune Thyroiditis--An inflammation of the thyroid gland that causes the gland to become underactive. This results in symptoms such as fatigue, weakness, weight gain, cold intolerance, and muscle aches.
Autoimmune Ulcerative colitis--A disease that causes ulcers in the top layers of the lining of the large intestine. This leads to abdominal pain and diarrhea.
Autoimmune Uveitis--The inflammation of structures of the inner eye, including the iris (the colored tissue that holds the lens of the eye) and the choroid plexus (a network of blood vessels around the eyeball). Uveitis occurs with some rheumatic diseases, including ankylosing spondylitis and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
Autoimmune Vitiligo--A disorder in which the immune system destroys pigment-making cells called melanocytes. This results in white patches of skin on different parts of the body.
Autoimmune Wegener's granulomatosis--An autoimmune disease that damages the small and medium-sized blood vessels throughout the body, resulting in disease in the lungs, upper respiratory tract, and kidneys
Autoimmune Wilsons Disease. Liver disease with slow movements, tremor,
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