Natural Home Cures Acai Berry For Viruses
Build A Stronger Immune System Against Infections
A virus is an infectious organism that invades a cell to reproduce. After invading the cell, a virus releases its DNA or RNA which in turn takes control of the cell and forces it to replicate the
virus.(1) The infected cell usually dies because the virus prevents it from carrying out its normal functions. When the cell dies, it releases new viruses that infect other cells. There are viruses that don't kill the cells they invade. Instead, they modify the cell's functions and it can become cancerous.(2) Some viruses simply leave their DNA in the host cell where it remains inactive for an extended period. Under certain conditions, the virus may be activated and start replicating again, thereby causing infectious diseases.
Viruses are transmitted in different ways. They can be ingested or inhaled while others are spread through insect bites and other parasites.(3) Viral infections come in different types. The most common are those of the nose, throat and upper respiratory tract. Some viruses infect the nervous system while others invade the skin and its appendages.(4) Other common virus infections are caused by a group called herpes viruses, among which eight types are known to infect humans.(5)
Viral Infection Symptoms
Symptoms vary depending on the type of viral infection, the part of the body that is infected, the age and medical history of the patient. In general, the symptoms include abdominal pain, body aches, chills, cough, diarrhea, ear pain, enlarged glands, fatigue, fever, headache, irritability, nausea, sore throat, stiff neck, rash, weight loss, vomiting and other flu-like symptoms.(6)
In most cases, the symptoms of viral infection are not those being triggered by the virus itself. Instead, the symptoms are the body's response to trying to eliminate the infection. The human body is designed to combat viruses and bacteria by producing antibodies which literally hunt the virus and latch on to it to destroy them.
When the body is under attack, it has its own defense systems in place to fight off the invaders. This is precisely the reason why the first alert, or symptom, is not the result of the damage caused by the virus but by the body's immune system fighting back and killing off the virus.
Viral Infection Treatment
Viral infections are difficult to treat because viruses reside inside body's cells. They are virtually 'protected' from medications, which normally move through the bloodstream. Antiviral medications work by interrupting the replication of viruses.(7) Since viruses are smaller than a fungus or bacterium and replicate inside the cell, there are only a few metabolic functions that antiviral medications can target. Hence, antiviral medications are more difficult to develop than other medications. It is important to note that antiviral medications can be toxic to cells and viruses can develop resistance to medications.(8)
There are antiviral medications that boost the immune response to the viral infection. These medications include different types of immunoglobulins, interferons and vaccines. Immunoglobulins are solutions of antibodies collected from a group of people.(9) Interferon medications are copies of naturally occurring compounds that hinder or stop viral replication. Vaccines help prevent infection by stimulating the body's natural defense mechanisms. Immunoglobulins and vaccines are usually administered prior to exposure to a virus to prevent infection. However, there are some immunoglobulins and vaccines that are used after exposure to the virus to help prevent infection from developing or reducing the severity of infection. Most antiviral medications are given by mouth. Others are given by injection into a vein or muscle. Some are applied as creams, ointments, eye drops or are inhaled in powder form.
Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry For Viral Infections
Viral infections are relatively common but it can prove to be fatal in certain cases. However, the human body has its own defenses that can ward off viruses and prevent them from wreaking havoc in the body. Therefore, it makes sense to maintain good health by reinforcing and boosting the immune system. This is where Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry capsules have proven time and again to be highly beneficial. This super fruit has been shown to build up the body's immune system and helps ward off bacterial and viral infections. The reason behind this is that Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry contains a wide variety of phytonutrients. This means that consuming Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry capsules on a daily basis may have the body's immune system in tip-top shape by providing the body with all the resources needed to function efficiently. With a strong immune system, viral infections can be kept at bay.
Other reasons why the Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry is so valuable is because it contains anthocyanins which belong to a parent class of molecules
called flavonoids.(10) Anthocyanins have been proven to have antioxidant properties that prevent free radical damage in the body. On the other hand, flavonoids are chemical compounds that are found widely distributed in plants, including fruits and vegetables. There are different subgroups of flavonoids, with each group having different levels of antioxidant properties. Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry also contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, B-complex, omega oils, beta-carotene, and essential elements like boron, calcium, chromium, copper, iodine, manganese, magnesium, molybdenum, potassium, selenium, and zinc. Evidently, Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry has all the vital components that the body needs, not only to help fight viral infections but other diseases as well.
(1) Science Clarified - Virus
(2) NCBI - Viruses & Cancer
(3) My Health E Vet - Some Bugs Make you Sick
(4) Wikipedia - Central Nervous System Virus
(5) Center for Disease Control - Herpes Facts
(6) Earlydoc - Viral Infections
(7) Wikipedia - Antiviral Drugs
(8) NCBI - Resistance to Antiviral Medications
(9) PubMed - Immunoglobulins & Vaccines
(10) LiveScience - Flavonoids
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- "Probiotics that modify disease risk". The Journal of Nutrition.
- "Understanding the Immune System: How it Works" National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
- "Nutrition and the immune system: an introduction". The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.