Below you will find the common signs symptoms of lupus. There is also a rarely reported sign and symptom of systemic lupus, that if considered and the cause is treated, provides a viable solution. Yes, some who treat this underlying cause are able to put an end to their lupus. There are also secondary treatments that will help some of the other symptoms.
The best part of this treatment, it is easy, sustainable and other than the cost of the unprocessed salt, it is free.
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The signs and symptoms you experience will depend on which part of your body is affected by lupus. Lupus can affect numerous different organs and thus, there can be a number of different symptoms.
The signs symptoms of lupus are the same for women as for men even though women experience Lupus 10 times more often than men do.
- Extreme tiredness
- Persistent headache
- Mental fog of confusion
- Memory loss
- Discomfort or pain in your joints
- Swelling in your joints
- Swelling in hands legs or feet
- Swelling around eyes
- Dry eyes
- Joint stiffness
- Shortness of breath
- Disk like skin eruptions and swelling
- Persistent and recurring ulcerations in the mouth and on the mucosa inside the nose
- Chest pain
- Butterfly shaped rash on the bridge of the nose and across the face (experienced by 85% of those with Lupus)
- Your fingers and or toes may turn very pale or blue on exposure to cold or if you are experiencing stressful experiences (This is called Raynaud's phenomenon)>/li>
- Lesions on the skin that worsen with exposure to the sun
- Anemia (this is low red blood cell count or low blood volume
- Sun or light sensitivity also called photosensitivity
- Hair loss
- Presence of LE cells Lupus Erythematosis Cells
The ultimate systemic lupus symptom is chronic dehydration. It is actually better described by chronic fluid and electrolyte imbalance, less than bodies needs.
Why is this overlooked? Looking at the thinking of health car professionals can help us understand why such diseases are so misunderstood.
The Lupus & Auto Immune Disease Special Issue of Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, August / September 1999 had an editorial that is revealing of how many in the medical profession view auto immune diseases. More importantly, why this is the wrong view.
There is no good reason to think the body will do anything for no good reason. Our bodies act or react to insult as well as to the care we provide.
What if modern medicine is wrong? Medicine has grouped various different signs and symptoms that happen at the same time as separate conditions. What if, in the case of Lupus, systemic lupus erythematosis or SLE, it is simply dehydration in multiple places in the body?
We are working with the theory that the conglomerate of conditions has been grouped under the label of Lupus. We are working with the theory that the conditions are all separate instances of fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
We have two oceans in our body, one inside our cells and one outside our cells. We have the potential for two types of dehydration.
Lupus affects several organ systems.
It is considered an autoimmune disease. The immune system attacks the very body it is supposed to protect.
Remember, these are variable for everyone experiencing Lupus.
Numerous types of antibodies are produced. Some attack membranes in the cells. Others attack membranes on the surface of the cells. Yet others can attack blood proteins, the insides of a blood cell.
The most affected areas are the skin, joints, lungs, brain and the blood vessels of the kidneys.
Swelling and redness in Lupus is often due to blood vessel being attacked by the antibodies.
To explain this in detail will require an in-depth consideration that will be covered later on a different page.
The simple explanation, our bodies serve and protect us. When we do not have enough water in our body, whether in the cells or outside the cells, our bodies react. One of the reactions is that of self preservation.
Our bodies have a navy that seek out and destroy any invaders by sea. When our cells become a threat by becoming unhealthy (due to dehydration), our body attacks the cells.
In Lupus, there are many different kinds of reactions and thus many different kinds of resulting signs symptom of Lupus.
By increasing the fluid and electrolytes to the body, we can restore balance.
Important: When the body is attacking its self in Lupus, in order to reverse the process, it is essential to increase the insulin secretion. Although a raw food diet can be the optimal way to attain health, it is essential to have a diet initially high in sugar and carbohydrates. The increased insulin turns the switch from catabolism to building.
After the initial introduction of sugar, it is essential to eat foods high in the essential amino acids, essential fatty aids, green vegetables, fruits vitamins and minerals.
It should be noted that the signs symptoms of Lupus can be similar to other diseases. The similarity is so close, it could be confused for other disease processes.
The signs symptoms of lupus are similar to other conditions and diseases. Symptoms of lupus are similar to rheumatoid arthritis, blood disorders, fibromyalgia, diabetes, thyroid problems, Lyme disease, and a many heart, lung, muscle, and bone diseases.
Individually, the water cures protocols can help the various signs symptoms of Lupus. Collectively, it will help. Additional dietary considerations need to be considered.