Methods To Avoid Of Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune is referred to the failure of any organism in detecting the various constituent parts of it. As a result of which the body of the person shows many immune responses to the tissues and cells. This abundant response from the immune system sometime do also results in several diseases called the autoimmune diseases.

In other words any autoimmune disease is referred as the false detection and hence response of the immune system of the body against it. Sometime the response is restricted to the certain parts of the body or just involves the particular tissue at different places of the body.

The immune suppression medication is usually given to the auto immune disease patients in order to treat this disease from the problems. The medication given is supposed to decrease the particular immune response.

Direct evidences of the pathogenic t cells or pathogenic antibody transfer are the major causes of the autoimmune diseases. Some indirect evidence of occurrence of autoimmune disease is also witnessed in the animals as a result of reproduction of autoimmune system. The criterion of a disease being considered as autoimmune is also different and continuously discussed by the experts of the field. Today a significant amount of population is suffering from such related autoimmune diseases which at the same time are life threatening, debilitating and chronic.

List of autoimmune diseases

Our body is usually habitual to recognize cells and tissues. Whenever the problem in recognition of them occurs then it results in one or other type of unwanted immune reactions called the bad immune response. This in turn also results in range of diseases. The list of all the autoimmune diseases is given below.
• ADEM (acute disseminated encyphalomyelitis)
• Addison’s disease
• Acute necrotizing hemorrhagic leuko encephalitis
• Alopecia areata
• Autoimmune angioedema
• Autoimmunedysautonomia
• Autoimmune hepatitis
• Autoimmune immunodeficiency
• Autoimmune hyperlipidemia
• Autoimmune myocarditis
• Autoimmune inner year disease
• Autoimmune retinopathy
• Autoimmune pancreatitis
• Autoimmune thyroid disease
• Axonal & neuronal neuropathies
• Autoimmuneurticaria
• Castleman disease
• Celiac disease
• Chagas disease
• Chronic fatigue syndrome
• Cogan’s syndrome
• Cold agglutinin disease
• Congenital hear block
• CREST disease
• Demyelinating neuropathies
• Dermatitis herpertiformis
• Devic’s disease
• Discoid lupus
• Endometriosis
• Eosinophilic esophagitis
• Eosinophilic fasciitis
• Erythema nodosum
• Evans syndrome
• Experimental allergic encephalomyelitis
• Gian cell arteritis
• Goodpastures syndrome
• Grave’s disease
• Hashimoto’s encephalitis
• Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
• Hemolytic anemia
• Herpes gestationis
• Juvenile arthritis
• Juvenile diabetes
• Kawasaki syndrome
• Lichen planus
• Linear igA disease also called as LAD
• Microscopic polyangiitis
• Mixed connective tissue disease
• Mooren’s ulcer
• Myasthenia gravis
• Optic neuritis
• Palindromic rheumatism
• Parry Romberg syndrome
• Peripheral neuropathy
• POEMS syndrome
• Primary biliary cirrhosis
• Psoriatic arthritis and
• Pure red cell aplasia


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