Immune Dysfunction

Your immune system is designed to protect your body’s healthy tissues by attacking any viruses, bacteria, pathogens, or diseases that enter your body. Simply put, it’s what prevents you from getting sick, and also what helps you feel better if you do fall ill.

Your immune system is designed to protect your body’s healthy cell tissues by attacking any viruses, bacteria, pathogens, or diseases that enter your body. Simply put, it’s what prevents you from getting sick, and also what helps you feel better if you do fall ill.

However, immune dysfunction occurs when your immune system becomes confused and attacks the healthy cells in your body instead of the diseased ones. This complicates your ability to achieve wellness the because your body’s defense systems are working against it. If left untreated, more serious medical issues may occur.

If the stress caused by immune dysfunction is not addressed, it may ultimately lead to autoimmune illnesses. Symptoms of immune dysfunction may include rashes, depression, fluctuations in weight, difficulty sleeping, and anxiety.

At 360 Living, our care team will work with you to identify the root cause of your immune dysfunction. We then will help you create a personalized plan uniquely developed for your individual needs.

Utilizing changes to your diet, stress levels, and lifestyle adjustments, our team will do everything we can to help you thrive on your wellness journey.

If you have been experiencing symptoms that may be connected with immune dysfunction and are looking for ways to address these issues, schedule your Health Strategy Session with 360 Living today!

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