Your immune system is an interactive system of organs, white blood cells and cells which protect your body from germs and bacteria or even any foreign chemicals. Click over here to know how our immune system work.

Every second of every hour of each day we're always being exposed to harmful organisms which we inhale or swallow, or which adhere to our skin or our mucous membranes. These pathogens could lead to disease if it weren't for our defensive mechanics.

If our system is functioning correctly, we do not even detect these infectious agents. But when our immune system is compromised, i.e. it's underactive or overactive, we develop illnesses or other medical ailments.

This defensive program functions

Your immune system functions to (1) neutralize and eliminate pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, parasites or parasites that enter your system, (2) recognize and neutralize damaging compounds from the environment, and (3) fight against the body's own cells which are changing because of an illness.

Whether these pathogens or other dangerous compounds penetrate and lead to illness is a consequence of their pathogen city and also the integrity of the human body's defense mechanisms.

The vital role of the system in its own defence of your own body is best exemplified as it goes superconductivity may lead to acute infections and tumours, and over activity in autoimmune and infectious diseases.

When our immune system functions correctly to protect us we never detect it. Nevertheless, while its operation is jeopardized, we create disorders.