Autoimmune Disease in Greenville, SC

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What Is An Autoimmune Disease?

Your immune system protects your body from germs, like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and toxins. However, with autoimmune diseases, the body will attack and wreck healthy body tissue. When left unchecked, an autoimmune disorder may cause a change in organ function, destruction of body tissue, and abnormal growth of an organ. Proper immune function is ideal for keeping your body running normally — so it's essential to identify autoimmune diseases early. If you've experienced symptoms like joint pain, unexplained rashes, fevers, or fatigue, it may be a sign of an autoimmune condition. Please schedule an appointment at our office in Greenville, SC today to learn more about autoimmune diseases and how our team at New Life Health can assist you with a proper assessment and plan.

Diagnosing autoimmune diseases at New Life Health involves a multifaceted approach. Recognizing the signs, such as joint pain, rashes, fevers, or fatigue, is the first step in identifying a possible autoimmune condition. Our medical team will then evaluate potential triggers like gut health symptoms, hormonal imbalances, chemical exposure, infections, and poor lifestyle choices. These factors can play a significant role in developing autoimmune disorders, including common ones like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and celiac disease. After a comprehensive assessment, we create an individualized plan to help you manage the condition, focusing on strategies like food as medicine, nutraceuticals, IV therapy, exercise, and lifestyle modification. If you've experienced symptoms that might signal an autoimmune disease, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with our team, and let us guide you on a path to better health and a higher quality of life.

How Can We Help with Autoimmune Diseases?

Unfortunately, autoimmune disorders do not have a cure. However, once we have identified and assessed each of your triggers, we can help create a plan for helping you manage your autoimmune disorder and regain a high quality of life. Triggers often include:

  • Gut health symptoms such as a leaky gut, food sensitivity, and vitamin deficiencies
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Chemical exposure from personal care products and environmental toxins
  • Infections
  • Poor lifestyle choices

Solutions to improve the symptoms of autoimmune diseases often include:

  • Food as Medicine
  • Nutraceuticals
  • IV Therapy
  • Exercise
  • Lifestyle Modification

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Help Your Body Heal

Autoimmune disorders can negatively impact your life when left untreated. If you've experienced unexplained symptoms and are looking for help, contact our team in Greenville, SC. We'll work beside you to help restore your life. Please schedule an appointment with our team at New Life Health to receive proper care for your condition.

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What are the most common autoimmune diseases?

There are numerous autoimmune diseases, but some of the most typical include:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Celiac disease
  • Psoriasis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Crohn’s disease
Can autoimmune diseases be prevented?
There is no single, surefire way to prevent the onset of an autoimmune disease, but managing stress levels, eating a whole-foods diet, being aware of food intolerances, limiting exposure to environmental toxins, optimizing gut health, and limiting infections at an early age may all help lessen your risk.
Can healthy people still be diagnosed with autoimmune diseases?

Yes, they can. However, healthy people are also much more likely to successfully manage an autoimmune condition and know the steps that will make complications rare. If you are struggling with managing an autoimmune condition and aren’t sure where to turn, please reach out to our experts at New Life Health in Greenville, SC.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.