We are a European reference centre for the diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune diseases.
What are Autoimmune Diseases?
There are more than 80 types of autoimmune diseases and many of them share symptoms, making diagnosis difficult. But if there is one symptom that is common to all autoimmune diseases autoimmune diseasesis inflammation of the tissues.
These pathologies can become more acute over time, but also show remissions and symptoms improve or disappear. Among the most frequent Autoimmune Diseases are the Rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, Multiple Sclerosis o autoimmune diabetes.
Causes of Autoimmune Diseases
The error that causes the immune system to attack the body itself, has no single cause..
In many cases, genetic factors play a role, but it is external factors that explain the reaction of the immune system.
Factors contributing to the onset of the disease include:
- Reaction to some medicines.
- Toxicity, related to polluting environmental factors or to viruses and bacteria.
Symptoms of Autoimmune Diseases
Symptoms of an autoimmune disorder vary in function of the disease to develop, the location of immune aggression and the genetic tendency of the patient to the disease. In addition, the aggressiveness of the autoimmune process will depend on the patient's previous condition, previous illnesses and the causes that set the process in motion. Typically, the first symptoms are fatigue, muscle aches and rather low grade fever, although the classic symptom of an autoimmune disease is inflammationwhich can cause redness, pain and swelling.
In general, the symptoms of autoimmune diseases can range from skin rashes, more or less mild, to aggression to tissues and systems of the organism that compromise the patient's life. In addition, these pathologies can be multisystemic and may present with symptoms of fatigue, malaise, fever, among others.
Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases
The treatment is personalised and consists of several phases, defined by the Biosalud Method. We combine techniques of biological medicine with other techniques of conventional medicine, if necessary. In addition, a natural symptomatic treatment is prescribed to help the patient get better.
The first step is to carry out a functional regulation, drainage of toxins, pH regulation and cellular oxidation or a therapeutic apheresis to filter out immunocomplexes, together with intestinal cleansing. In a second phase, intestinal cleansing is carried out. Finally, we have a third phase in which we carry out a regulation of the immune system and a deactivation of genetic cargoes who developed the disease.