In this paper we examine the autoimmune disorders (AIDs) not from a cellular/ molecular standpoint as scientists have attempted for decades but from a dynamic energy-based perspective. Not only does this framework account for the origins of these disorders but it explains phenomena that cell-based mechanisms cannot. In addition, we examine the historical basis of 20th century immune theory and point to serious errors in the research literature that have lain unrecognized for over a century and which led to broad misconception of immune functions.
To present a newsworthy hypothesis that illustrates how pollution predisposed long-term living and elderly population to an exacerbation of any preexisting inflammatory conditions, linked to NLRP3 inflammasome overregulation, in individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and SARS-CoV-2 infections. Also, to discuss the possibility of correlation between AD/SARS-CoV-2 infection and air pollution.
Many herbs and natural food materials have been historically recognized as an effective panacea that can establish a balanced inflammatory response and promote healthy immune response as well as have antibacterial and viral effects. The clinical use of some medications can cause serious side effects. We propose that natural ingredients could serve as food supplement immune tonic with antibacterial & antiviral properties that serve as a better prophylactic and therapeutic approach against COVID-19 and others infections.
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