What is low immune function?

If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, it is a sign that your immune system needs support:

  • Do you catch colds easily?
  • Do you get more than two colds a year?
  • Are you suffering chronic infection?
  • Do you get frequent cold sores or have genital herpes?
  • Are your lymph glands sore and swollen at times?

Low immune function refers to an underactive and poor performing immune system. The immune system’s prime function is to protect the body against infection and the development of cancer. Support and enhancement of the immune system is perhaps the most important step in achieving resistance to disease and reducing susceptibility to colds, flus, and cancer. Supporting the immune system involves a health-promoting lifestyle, stress management, exercise, diet, and the appropriate use of nutritional supplements and Homoeopathic Medicines.

What causes low immune function?

The health of the immune system is greatly impacted by a person’s emotional state, level of stress, lifestyle, dietary habits and nutritional status. Nutrient deficiency is the most frequent cause of a depressed immune system. An overwhelming number of clinical and experimental studies indicate that any single nutrient deficiency can profoundly impair the immune system.

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Strengthen your child’s immunity naturally with constitutional homeopathic treatment.Undergoing a constitutional case taking and commencing your constitutional remedy is the first step to improving your immunity & immune response.First and foremost, homeopathy is preventative medicine. Once the homeopath puts your child is on a good constitutional homeopathic remedy, they will no longer be susceptible to catching as many coughs or colds. When they do get sick, the illness doesn’t last as long and is not as intense. Unlike cough syrups and other pharmaceutical medications, homeopathic medicines are completely safe and have no side effects.Along with Homoeopathic medicines even a well balanced diet is equally important.