Welcome to our Cellgevity and Infections post.
Where we look into so many things about Cellgevity supplement and infection as an ailment.
Infection simply put, is the contamination of the immune system caused by the entry and growth of microorganism in the body; these microorganisms also known as pathogens. Infections can cause a lot of harm to the body and in severe cases lead to death.
To build up your immune system against any kind of infection, you should always take a balanced diet, exercise regularly, sleep well, and also take nutritional supplements such as Cellgevity.
Can Cellgevity cure infections?
Cellgevity is a flagship product of Max International that combines the RIBOCEINE technology with 12 natural ingredients to aid the work of glutathione in the body.
Glutathione is the antioxidant in the body cells which helps the body in fighting against infections.
It also helps in building the immune system’s response to infection and the neutralization of drugs taken into the body. Without glutathione, the immune system will be open to all sorts of infections and may lead to the death of the individual.
Knowing the importance of glutathione, Cellgevity is formulated to boost your immune system by supporting the work of glutathione in the body; this in turn makes you healthier to live longer.
Cellgevity comes in a pack of 30 capsules with a prescribed dosage of 2 capsules twice daily with 1 or 2 glasses of water.
So yes, Cellgevity works greatly infections.
Causes of Infections
The cause of infection is whichever type of organism has entered the body, these organisms include:
- Ectoparasites( lice, mosquitoes, e.t.c)
Infections can also spread faster by one or more of these means:
- Contact; this could be with an infected person or an infected surface
- Eating contaminated food
- Drinking contaminated water
- Through the transfer of bodily fluids such as blood or semen
- Weak immune system
Types of Infection & Their Symptoms
The cause of infection is what determines the type of infection that it is, although some infections can have more than one cause.
A bacterial infection is an infection caused by pathogens called bacteria entering the body either from contaminated food, water, or the environment. Bacteria are microorganisms with single-cell in different shapes, sizes, and reproduces quickly in the body.
There are also bacteria that occur naturally in the body which helps in the digestion of food and the fight against harmful bacteria which are those in a contaminated environment.
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Pneumonia, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), Meningitis, Food poisoning e.t.c
Pain in the site of infection, body aches, redness of infected body part, sore throat, fever, swollen lymph glands.
The medication for a bacterial infection is some antibiotics as prescribed by the doctor but an over-use or abuse of antibiotics may render them ineffective against bacterial infections.
A virus is a pathogen smaller than bacteria; it doesn’t have the ability to reproduce like bacteria rather it uses the DNA of its host to multiply. Viral infections are infections caused by viruses.
Sometimes, viruses remain dormant for a while before multiplying; this makes it seem as if the patient has recovered.
Common cold, Polio, Hepatitis C, Human Immune-Virus (HIV), Ebola, COVID.
Runny nose, difficulty in breathing, muscle aches, body weakness, vomiting, upset stomach.
Unlike Bacterial Infections, antibiotics cannot be used to treat viral infections because they are not effective against viruses.
Rather, antiviral medications are used to suppress the symptoms of the infections or boost the immune system of the host in fighting the virus.
A fungus is a microorganism or pathogen with multi-cells that can decompose an organic matter.
A fungal infection is an infection caused by fungi and it occurs mostly on the upper layer of the skin and progresses to deeper layers of the skin in severe cases.
Those with weak immune systems (due to conditions such as HIV, Diabetes), those that have undergone a transplant, or those that over-use antibiotics are more prone to having fungal infections.
Ringworm, Eczema, Candidiasis, Athlete’s foot
Itching in the affected area of the body, fever, foul odor from the private area, boils on the affected area, rash.
Antifungal drugs or creams are used in treating fungal infections while chemotherapy is advised in severe cases. One can reach out to medical experts for solutions best for a particular case.
Protozoa are microorganisms with single cells; it comes in different shapes and sizes but bigger than bacteria. Protozoa live in a moist environment (such as freshwater and soil) and can divide only within its host.
Protozoan infection is an infection caused by the microorganism, protozoa.
Dysentery, Malaria, Sleeping Sickness (Trypanosomiasis)
Gas or flatulence, diarrhea, weight loss, fever, tiredness
Protozoan infections are treated based on the infection in particular; for example, anti-malarial drugs are used to treat malaria.
Helminths are large microorganisms with multi-cells; they are likely to be visible to the eyes when they are grown. Helminths infections are caused by helminths; these infections are also known as worm infections.
This type of infection includes the infections caused by different kinds of worms such as flatworm, roundworm, tapeworm, Hookworm.
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood loss, rectal prolapse, protein loss, impaired growth.
Ectoparasites are microorganisms that live outside of their host; they live on the skin and not inside the body. They can cause infection by scrabbling into the skin. Ectoparasitic Infections are infections caused by ectoparasites.
Examples of these parasites include lice, fleas, bedbugs, mosquitoes.
Prevention of Infections
Prevention they say is better than cure
Having known the causes, types, and symptoms of infections, you would agree with me that it is better to avoid or stop whatever may make one to contact any infection.
Here are some self-help measures that one can take to prevent the entry of harmful organisms into the body (although taking CELLGIVITY will put on the safest side);
- Always wash your hands before and after cooking
- Wash your hands before and after using the toilet or bathroom
- Avoid sharing personal items such as toothbrushes, razor blades, needles e.t.c
- Visit the hospital for a regular medical checkup
- Disinfect your kitchen, bathroom, and other surfaces where bacteria can stay
- Take medications as prescribed by the medical experts; do not over-use antibiotics.
- Ensure to always complete recommended dosages
- Avoid unprotected sex to prevent Sexually Transmitted Infections(STI)
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