Most people with a chronic disease don’t know that they probably have a Chronic Immune Disorder (CID) But what is a CID? If you have a CID your immune system chronically dysfunctions which can lead to numerous diseases.
First of all it is important to have an overview of which diseases have correlation with the immune system. There are quite a few, chronic diseases in particular. All these diseases seem different but in fact have one underlying mechanism. The immune system plays an important role when it involves a chronically dysfunctioning of the immune system that causes the disease, preserves it or when it is incapable of fighting it. Generally speaking, there are four categories of Chronic Immune Disorders:
- The defence mechanism is too strong and targets the inner body (auto immune disorders)
- The defence mechanism is too strong and targets the external body (allergies)
- The defence mechanism is too weak and insufficiently targets the inner body (not detecting nor eliminating deficient cells like cancer)
- The defence mechanism is too weak and insufficiently targets the external body (immune deficiency in diseases like AIDS)