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Infectious diseases are usually caused by organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites.
What are bacteria?
Bacteria are single-cell organisms that are indiscernible to the naked eyes. Most bacteria are beneficial to your health. However, some can be harmful. These bad bacteria may cause diseases, including strep throat, urinary tract infections, and tuberculosis. Bacteria can be found both inside and outside your body, and bacterial infections often occur during the transmission of bacteria.
Washing your hands frequently, sharing no personal items with others, and covering your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing are good ways to protect yourself from bacterial infections.
What are viruses?
Viruses are microscopic organisms that are smaller than bacteria.
They rely on living cells to survive and reproduce. In their process of reproduction, they produce viral protein and genetic material. Viruses can infect animals, plants, fungi, and even bacteria. A virus can cause disease with no noticeable reaction or fatal symptoms. Viruses are everywhere and can spread through physical contact and contaminated food or water. Moreover, some viruses can survive on objects for a while. Therefore, it is possible to get infectious if you touch these objects with bare hands.
In addition to good personal hygiene habits, vaccination is an effective way to prevent viruses from spreading.
What are fungi?
Fungi refer to the group of eukaryotic organisms that includes yeasts, molds, and mushrooms. There are a variety of fungi species existing in our environment. Some fungi are useful to us. For example, we use yeasts to make beer, wine, and bread. However, bad fungi can be dangerous. Bad fungi are really bad. They can spoil food, destroy timber, and cause plant diseases. Furthermore, some mushrooms may make horrible itchy, scaly patches on your skin, leading to crack or bleeding.
The best way to prevent fungal infections is by keeping your skin clean and dry.
What are parasites?
Parasites are organisms that rely on others to survive. They are harmful to your body and can cause symptoms such as diarrhea, fever, stomach pain, and weakness. Some parasites may live in contaminated food or water, and some may live on the skin and hair.
In order to stay away from parasitic diseases, it is important to keep good hygiene habits. For example, drink clean and bottled water, wash your hands frequently, and cook food to recommended temperatures
Besides developing good living habits, we suggest boosting your immune system to help the body defend against infections and fight off diseases. The immune system acts as the defense system to protect you from diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, and toxins. A person with a weak immune system is more likely to get infectious and have a higher risk of suffering from severe symptoms.
Here are some tips to strengthen your immune system naturally.
- Get enough sleep.
- Manage stress.
- Eat a healthful diet.
Use frequency healing sounds
You may use the following series of Rife frequency to strengthen the main parts of your immune system: 8, 20, 120, 304, 432, 464, 665, 728, 800, 880, 1488, 1862, 2008, 2128, 2180, 2489, 2720, 2791, 2855, 2867, 2929, 3176, 3347, 3448, 4014, 5000, 5611, 10000 Hz.
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