⏭️ FAST FACTS
👉 Ang sneezing (pangatsi) ang isa ka natural defensive response sang lawas agud pagwaon ang mga foreign bodies nga naka sulod sa ilong kag throat.
👉 Ini ang involuntary kag makusog nga pag gwa sang hangin usually without warning.
👉 Trabaho sang ilong ang mag sala sang hangin nga naga sulod pakadto sa lungs
👉 Gina trap ang yab-ok kag bacteria sa mucus.
👉 Once nga ma iritar ang mucus membranes, ini ang naga cause sang sneezing.
📎 CAUSES OF SNEEZING
📍 Nasal irritants
📍 Dry air
📍 Spicy food
📍 Mold spores
📍 Exposure to bright light (known as a photic sneeze reflex)
✔️ CLEAR ALLERGIES. TAKE THE POWER TRIO
Researchers report in August 2005 Journal of Clinical Investigation that:
💊 The body’s immune system is releasing a lot of inflammatory cells, including neutrophils and eosinophils, in response to the invading pollen proteins.
💊 Plant cells were known to contain NADPH oxidases similar to those found in white blood cells in humans and other mammals. Among other important functions, the oxidases protect the plant against pathogens.
💊 The body produces inflammatory cells in response to pollen harbor enzymes called NADPH oxidases.
💊 NADPH oxidases in pollen itself generate a type of free radical known as reactive oxygen species (ROS), which interfere with cell signaling pathways and cause the immune system to overreact.
💊 ROS are formed when NADPH oxidases interact with cells lining the airways. The result is oxidative stress, which health experts suspect exacerbates asthma and allergies.
💊 Powerful antioxidants neutralizes ROS thereby reducing inflammatory reactions.
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✅ MIGHTY CEE
💊 Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine. It reduces the allergic reactions by slowing down the overreaction of the body to environmental triggers.
💊 Mighty C is a potent antioxidant that protects cell damage.
💊 here is plenty of evidence to show that vitamin D has significant effects on adaptive and innate immunity. Its immunomodulatory role has been recognized recently with the discovery of vitamin D receptor (VDR).
💊 VDRs have been identified in many tissues and cells in the human body, including nearly all cells of the immune system (T cells, B cells, neutrophils, macrophages, and dendritic cells)
💊 For innate immune response, Vitamin D inhibits the expression of TLR (Toll-like receptor) on monocytes, inhibits proinflammatory cytokine production, and induces antimicrobial peptide synthesis
💊 Vitamin D also impacts the adaptive immune system, specially affecting T-cell activation and antigen-presenting cells function. In recent studies, vitamin D is associated with reduction of Th1 cytokine secretion and inhibition of T cells proliferation.
💊 Vitamin D has a key role in Th1-Th2 balance, which could be relevant in allergic disease.
💊 Several studies have suggested that Vitamin D has been shown to quickly rid the body of hives and other allergy symptoms.