Animated Explanation of Scleroderma


In this video, listen to Andras Fazakas from the Nordic Health Organization, explain the basics of Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma).

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  1. Jeanette says:

    Thank you for this because I need all the help I can get in helping my daughter through this disease I know it’s a struggle but at the of the day I want to help as much as possible and not see how err suffer so much 🙏💕

  2. Laura says:

    This is without a doubt the most important informative video on Scleroderma I have found. I have sent this to family and friends because they cannot understand what I am fighting. Thank you so very much and keep them coming!

  3. Julia says:

    I see a lot of ideas to treat the symptoms which is helpful, however, I see nothing that treats the actual problem. The video said it is caused by an antigen. Scleroderma is an autoimmune disorder, that means the immune system can be attacking the body itself as though it is an antigen. This happens when particles are not digested properly and they leak through the gut wall, if I am not mistaken. The body doesnt recognize the food in this form and produces an immune responce. This is especially true if there is a food allergy that is unknown. So the body doesn’t get proper nutrients, and the immune responce keeps happening, getting more and more severe. Like people with a gluten allergy, there is a wide range of symptoms includeing chronic fatigue, bloating, skin rashes, severe short term memory loss and more. You could treat the symptoms by drinking coffee more, taking debloating medicine, putting cream on the rash, or writing reminder notes, but that doesn’t take care of the problem. Wouldn’t it be more effective to treat the stomach with an elimination diet of the top food reactors and study the changes? That way the antigen can be found or eliminated and the body can heal? It is like if you sit on a tack, you could take asprin for the pain (symptom) but that doesn’t change the fact that you still have a tack in your butt. You need to pull out the tack to solve the symptoms. Otherwise, nothing will actually be treated, only covered up. Your video had a lot of good information that I was happy to learn, however, and I am excited for more research to be done in order to treat the cause, and not just the symptoms. My aunt has this and I would really like to see her healed. I am enrolled at the Institute of Integrated Nutrition and hope to work closely with medical doctors to help cure scleroderma.

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