Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) - Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) - Multiple sclerosis (MS) - Fibromyalgia - Crohn's disease - Ulcerative colitis - Hashimoto's disease - etc.
An immune disorder causes altered immunity, where the body can no longer recognize “its friends from its enemies”.
The body produces antibodies against itself (autantibodies) to protect itself against perceived aggression. The aggression can be the result of psycho-emotional stress (bereavement, separation, job loss, etc.) which disrupts the vegetative system, thus disrupting the automatic pilot controlling the neuro-immune and neuro-endocrine systems.
Patients present with hypersensitivity and hyperactivity.
The disruption leads to immuno-inflammation of the target organs, with deformation or destruction of the joints (RA), desquamation of the mucous membranes, production of phlegm or mucus, bleeding, diarrhoea, abdominal pain (UC) as a result of irritation of the lining of the colon (dysplasia, polyps, diverticula), altered intestinal flora and microbiote, appearance of thyroid nodules (Hashimoto’s disease).
The general immune defences can be stimulated by abdominal mesovaccination to increase the number of antibodies in the colon, and thus compensate for the immune dysfunction and insufficient regulation (systemic immuno-incompetence).