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FAQ's For Autoimmune Diseases

   

Its hard to tell if a patient has an autoimmune disorder, as symptoms may come and go especially with rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. However, if you are experiencing persistent muscle aches, fever, fatigue, swelling and redness, they may be key signs of a problem.

Unfortunately there is no known cure for autoimmune diseases. However, with today's advancements in science, patients can live much longer with the disease and can effectively manage symptoms.

Some fatal autoimmune diseases include autoimmune myocarditis, multiple sclerosis, lupus, type 1 diabetes, vasculitis, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Medical professionals and researchers still do not the exact cause of immune system malfunctions. However, some people are more likely to receive an autoimmune disease diagnosis than others. Common risk factors include sex, ethnicity, genetics and environmental factors.

Rheumatoid arthritis is the most commonly diagnosed autoimmune disease.

 
Autoimmune diseases are a group of diseases that cause patients to have either a poorly functioning immune system or an overactive immune system. In cases where there is overactivity, the body can destroy its own healthy cells and tissues. On the other hand, underperforming immune systems can increase susceptibility to infection. Below is a comprehensive autoimmune disease list:
Addison’s disease
Ankylosing spondylitis
Alopecia areata
Celiac disease
Crohn’s disease
Endometriosis
Fibromyalgia
Grave’s disease
Haemolytic anaemia
Interstitial cystitis
Lupus
Chronic Lyme disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Narcolepsy
Peripheral neuropathy
Psoriasis
Psoriatic arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Scleroderma
Type 1 diabetes
Ulcerative colitis
Vasculitis
Vitiligo

Symptoms of autoimmune diseases depend on the specific condition. However, they are all characterized by a malfunction in the immune system, resulting in healthy cells being destroyed, or the body being grossly under-protected. The following initial symptoms are common to nearly all the above listed autoimmune disease examples:
Fatigue
Muscle ache
Swelling and redness
Low fever
Difficulty concentrating
Numbness and tingling in the feet and hands
Hair loss
Skin rashes

Medical professionals and researchers still do not know the exact cause for immune system malfunctions. However, some people are more likely to receive an autoimmune disease diagnosis than others. Some common risk factors related to autoimmune disease causes include:
Sex—6.4% of women are diagnosed as opposed to 2.7% of men, indicating that women are approximately twice as vulnerable.
Ethnicity—Some autoimmune diseases are common in certain races. For example, lupus is common among African Americans and Hispanics.
Genetics—Illnesses like multiple sclerosis can run in families.
Environmental factors—Autoimmune diseases are on the rise, leading researchers to believe that certain modern environmental factors like pollution, exposure to chemicals, etc may have a role to play.
“Western Diet”—Many doctors say the advent of diets rich in fat, sugar, and preservatives cause inflammation and thus increase the risk of getting an autoimmune disease.
Hygiene hypothesis—Researchers posit that due to advancements in modern medicine, children today are not exposed to as many germs as before. This lack of exposure could cause the immune system to react to external factors that are harmless.

Though there is no cure for autoimmune diseases, treatment can help ease symptoms and manage the immune system’s response. Drugs like NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) and immune system suppressors can help reduce day-to-day pain, swelling, fatigue, and skin rashes. Regular exercise and eating a healthy, well-balanced diet is also a great way to nourish the immune system.
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