Boosting immunity is the need of the hour!
It’s easy to take the immune system for granted because it does such a good job at keeping us free from infection around the clock!
If you’ve got a healthy immune system, look after it and it will look after you.
We are living in COVID 19 times and one of the key thing that can help us to sail through this time is have strong immunity. We may pay more attention to the health of your immune system during the winter when colds and flu surround you. But the truth is, your immune system has to work hard all through the year, whether it’s offering protection from a flu virus or an infection that could happen any time.
The immune system is your body’s natural defence system.
Why exactly do you need a healthy immune system though?
• Your immune system is the first line of defense for anything from a seasonal sniffle to a sinus attack of epic proportions. A robust and properly functioning immune system helps you go about daily life as you come into contact with germs and bugs from pets, other people, and your environment.
• Without a healthy immune system, you could pick up infections and infectious diseases more easily, and the effects could be serious – even fatal.
• Your body’s first line of defence is its physical barriers. If viruses and bacteria manage to break through, there are specialised cells that will jump into action.
• Your bloodstream and key areas of your body contain white blood cells that can fight and destroy the viruses and bacteria they find.
• Sometimes, our immune system can overreact and even attack your body’s cells. This is what happens in the case of allergies like hay fever and autoimmune diseases. It’s why donated blood and organs must be very carefully matching.
What makes up your immune system?
Many factors affect the functioning of the immune system.
It is important to understand that these factors play a significant role in regulating and boosting immunity. Some you will have heard of before but others are more obscure. Here are the different parts that play important role in keeping your body protected:
4. Lymph system
What is an immunisation?
Immunisation is a way of protecting against serious diseases. Once we have been immunised, our bodies are better able to fight these diseases if we come into contact with them.
Immunization, or immunisation, is the process by which an individual’s immune system becomes fortified against an agent (known as the immunogen).
Why Immunisation is important?
- The purpose of immunisation is to prevent people from acquiring infections and to protect them against the short- and longer-term complications of those infections, which can include chronic illnesses, such as cancer, and death.
- Immunisation is one of the best ways you can protect yourself, your children and future generations from infectious diseases. In other words, if you are Immunised, you help wipe out the disease that could spread now and into the future.
- Immunization is considered as the most effective medical intervention to prevent deaths and reduce diseases by the World Health Organization and has also reduced the death rate in patients infected with diseases & viruses.
Who needs to be Immunised?
The answer is simple – almost everyone!
How does Immunisation work?
All immunisations work in the same way. The Immunisation uses your body’s immune system to increase protection to an infection before you come into contact with that infection.
In other words, it is like being infected with the disease without suffering the actual symptoms. If you come into contact with an infection after you’ve been Immunised, your body works to stop you from getting the disease, or you may get just a mild case.
How long do immunisations take to work?
In general, the normal immune response takes approximately 2 weeks to work. This means protection from an infection will not occur immediately after immunisation. Most immunisations need to be given several times to build long-lasting protection.
How long do immunisations last?
The protective effect of immunisations is not always lifelong. Some, like tetanus vaccine, can last up to 30 years, after which time a booster dose may be given. Some immunisations, such as the whooping cough vaccine, give protection for about 5 years after a full course. Influenza immunisation is needed every year due to frequent changes to the type of flu virus in the community.
Immunisation or vaccination – what’s the difference?
The terms ‘vaccination’ and ‘immunisation’ don’t mean quite the same thing. Vaccination is the term used for getting a vaccine – that is, actually getting the injection or taking an oral vaccine dose. Immunisation refers to the process of both getting the vaccine and becoming immune to the disease following vaccination.
When enough people in the community are vaccinated, the spread of disease slows down or stops completely. So as long as enough people are vaccinated, the disease will not spread. This is called herd immunity.
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By Priyanshi Bhatnagar