Do you know someone who always starts to catch a cold or the flu as this season rolls around? If you'd like to help them get out of this unnecessary cycle of always being sick, I hope you'll share the following information with them!
Today I wanted to share this excerpt from the complimentary health report I offer on Immunity:
Central Nervous System & Immune System
Neuro-endocrino-immunology is a point of intersection in the field of immunology. It is also referred to in scientific literature as psychoneuroimmunology. The emerging concept is that the cells of the immune system and inflammatory systems communicate directly with the peripheral and or central nervous system.
This connection or communication pathway is also mediated via the bloodstream, and therefore involves hormonal communication. The term hormone no only signifies classical endocrine systems, but also molecules released by the nervous and immune systems which have functional effects from some distance.
Thus, the brain and the nervous system are part of a neuroimmuno-regulatory network in which each of the various components not only communicate with each other, but also regulate additional sites in the body.
"The inability of antibiotics to wipe out disease entirely and the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria and super infections have led many distinguished researchers and physicians to conclude that the answer to disease is not to create stronger medicines. Rather, we say solution lies in attacking the disease from the inside out by strengthening the body's natural defense network." - Dr. Robert Roundtree, Immunotics
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