If you view the child’s finger in the nose, you’ll likely discourage him from doing so. But is it possible that this bad habit of sticking your finger in the nose and then the mouth to be a habit much healthier than we have ever thought?
A biochemist at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, came up with a theory that the nasal mucus, commonly called Booger, snot, or has a sweet taste meant to entice kids to eat it. Unpleasant activity encourages the introduction of pathogens into the body. Pathogens will strengthen the immune system and strengthen all the natural defense system of the body against germs.
Other experts do not believe in this theory that has not yet been tested, because, they say, people, swallow a runny nose every day, even in my sleep, without being forced to eat interdependence.
And yet our culture seems to be obsessed with cleanliness, especially when it comes to children. But to remove her children from this habit, in particular, might be an error.
The only good microbe is a dead one! Correctly? Maybe not.
An interesting theory-the “hygiene hypothesis”-it is possible to explain why specific allergies and diseases have increased very much in recent years.
Worse, the growing tendency to administer antibiotics and affects children more than this natural ability of the body, destroying the microbial flora of the intestines.
Scientific evidence indicates that these two practices contribute to increased vulnerability to the disease throughout life.
But how is it that the mud and germs can make you healthy?
How the mud strengthens the immune system?
Without such a system stimulating, the Th2 immune system reacts and blooms much easier with allergic responses. In other words, adults that do not expose them or do not allow their children to be exposed to viruses, germs, dirt, and parasites are very likely not to develop a natural defensive system and long-lasting.
Allergies, heart disease, depression are related to the trends of “obsessive neatness.”
If you’re healthy, exposure to bacteria or viruses will serve as a natural vaccine that will strengthen the immune system and will provide long-lasting natural resistance to the duration.
If not, you will benefit from excellent exposure to the germs from your environment, and then eventually you’ll get sick.
Health problems associated with sanitation include:
But participants who have shown symptoms had these answers adjusted. Besides this, the latter presented high expressions of some genes which act as antioxidant response and mediating between cells. Scientists have noted: “exposure to influenza is necessary, but not sufficient, for healthy people to develop symptomatic disease.
Answer immunity is an essential factor in the progression of the disease.
2. And if you do happen to eat snot, then it’s not the end of the world
3. Don’t use antibacterial soaps or other antibacterial care products that kill microorganisms of which your body needs to develop and maintain a robust immune system.
A natural and straightforward SOAP and water are all you need to wash your hands. Antibacterial chemicals like triclosan are highly toxic and have been correlated with the growth of resistant bacteria.
4. Avoid as much as possible antibiotics that are not necessary. Let your body have the fight and develop its immunity. Don’t forget, viral infections are not affected by antibiotics. Antibiotics only work against bacteria and infections caused by them.
5. Organic plant-based food as much as possible. Looking for cooking with this origin-will HELP your body to get real nutrients.
6. You can be informed about the difference between natural immunity and artificial immunity and make conscious decisions about the use or non-use of vaccines.
7. Regular physical activity preferably in fresh air advised for any living organism
Your immune system is a natural defense mechanism from mother earth, so please treat it accordingly. You have one chance to get the best out of this journey is up to you how you are going to enjoy it or not!
Updated on 07-08-2020
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