Based on research on other respiratory viruses, experts theorize that whether a coronavirus infection takes a turn for the worse depends on a person’s immune system.
Once the virus gets inside your respiratory tract, it can infect and multiply in cells lining the airway, causing damage that kicks the immune system into action. In most cases, it should cause local inflammation. The immune cells in the vicinity will come to eradicate the pathogen. The immune response then recedes, and patients recover.
However, those people who have dysfunctional immune systems fail to keep the response to particular pathogens in check. This may cause an uncontrolled immune response, triggering an overproduction of immune cells and their signaling molecules. This can lead to a cytokine storm, which is often associated with a flood of immune cells into the lung. Local inflammation can turn into widespread inflammation of your lungs, making ripple effects across all organs of the body. If the virus replicates faster than the immune system can respond, your immune system also cannot control the virus and begins to go crazy.
- People who have autoimmune disorders should not use this frequency.
- We suggest listening to this at least 2-3 times a day to see a possible effect. Make sure you have enough lemon water or pure water to flush the die-offs from your body.