December 21, 2009
Mandated Health Care
Re: Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?
Essentially all the bacteria that occurs naturally on or within our bodies serves a purpose, and at the same time most of the infections people get sick from are caused by bacteria living on or within our bodies, e.g. streptococcus, e.coli, etc.. The real problem arises when there is an imbalance and the bacteria begin to grow uncontrolled, or bacteria from one environment of the body gain access to another environment. Think of your body like the rain forest of Brazil, except instead of animals we are talking about bacteria. It is in and of itself a complexed ecosystem that we manipulate constantly.
Fever is the first response of the immune system, rendering the body inhospitable to viruses and triggering the body to produce interferon. Interferon will enter the cells and prevent the virus from taking over the reproductive capacity of the cells.
Aspirin is used to turn off the Immune System, and that is why the Doctor will tell you to take an aspirin and call him in the morning. He knows that by morning the viruses will have multipled and you will need him
Leo Corion | Homepage | 12.21.09 - 1:31 pm | #