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Abstract

LOGICS OF NATURAL BODY SYSTEMIC DEFENSE MECHANISM TO APPROACH AND OVERCOME DISEASES FROM PHILOSOPHICAL STANDPOINT

Nwachukwu Francis Chukwuedozie*

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The research rationale, advocates for harmonious relationship of treatment with body natural healing mechanism. This will serve as added advantage in recovering, after pathogenic attack. Hypothesis on common treatment option were highlighted with questions raised on the theoretic of treatments. Body natural systemic defense mechanisms to approach and overcome diseases and the associated symptom produced and due to the presence of pathogens were addressed. Inflammation, fever, pain, appetite, commensal flora, cough and sneezing were used to express logics from philosophical standpoint. Some treatments address the marker of symptoms for the presence of disease thus masking the disease, which may be consequential, inconsequence or non consequential. Symptom treatment is a wide spread treatment misconception, meant for comfort thereby entertaining the causative agent. Additionally, allergic reactions and drug resistance are adverse effect associated with palliative medication. But where palliative medication is a last treatment option, it should be based on a careful evaluation by clinician.

Keywords: logics, natural immune defense, mechanism, pathogens, symptoms and signs.


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