When the body’s natural defense system cannot distinguish between your own cells and foreign cells, autoimmune illness can result, leading the body to mistakenly attack healthy cells. Numerous body parts are affected by more than 80 different forms of autoimmune disorders.
WHAT CAUSES AUTO-IMMUNE DISEASES?
The immune system’s blood cells play a role in defending the body from harmful substances. Examples include germs, viruses, poisons, cancer cells, as well as blood and tissue from external sources. Antigens are present on these substances. In order to eliminate these dangerous compounds, the immune system creates antibodies against certain antigens.
When the immune system fails to discriminate between healthy tissue and potentially harmful antigens then one may have an autoimmune illness. Because of this, the body starts a reaction that kills healthy tissues. Autoimmune illnesses have no known specific etiology. According to one notion, certain medications, or microbes (such as bacteria or viruses) may cause alterations that cause the immune system to get confused. People with genes that make them more susceptible to autoimmune illnesses may experience this more frequently.
WHAT ARE VARIOUS TYPES OF AUTO-IMMUNE DISEASES?
SYMPTOMS OF ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES?
Symptoms differ as per diagnoses. Common ones include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis. Autoimmune diseases can affect many types of tissues and nearly any organ in your body. They may cause a variety of symptoms including pain, tiredness (fatigue), rashes, nausea, headaches, dizziness and fever or general feeling of illness(malaise). Specific symptoms depend on the exact disease. Joint restrictors, inflammation of blood vessels, connective tissues, red blood cells, skin damage in the form of rash or eruption. An autoimmune disorder may affect one or more organ or tissue types.
BUT WHY CHOOSE
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Stem cells have the potential to develop into many different types of cells in the body, and they have been suggested as a potential treatment for autoimmune diseases because they may be able to regenerate damaged tissues and restore normal immune function. Effective in reducing inflammation and improving symptoms in people with autoimmune diseases.
It helps in resetting of immune regulator underlying auto-immune conditions. Regulatory T-Cells and other immune cells that are found abnormal in several autoimmune disease, have been proposed as central to achieve long term remission MSCs. It also exerts a patent anti-proliferative effects that results in inhibitor of immune respaces to prolonged survival of hematopoietic stem cells.
In DM-I cases MSCs treatment help in promotes metabolism by secreting a wide range of chemokines, growth factor and cytokines as well as involved in array of secretomes and proteomes MSCs differentiator for angiogenesis and apoptosis.
THERAPIES POST CELL THERAPY TREATMENT
Treatment for autoimmune diseases typically involves medications to suppress the immune system and manage symptoms, as well as lifestyle changes such as eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise.