Bacteria And Virus, Those Little Bugs That Make Us Sick

Bacteria and viruses are so few bugs so small, so tiny, we need a microscope to see them . That is why we call microorganisms. We live stuck in a world full of bacteria and viruses we interact with in our daily lives and can provoke some diseases. There are differences between bacteria and viruses are different beings. But both one and the other can attack our health.Bacteria and viruses

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The Bacteria

Bacteria are living organisms like plants and animals . They are very small and are single – celled bodies without the nuclear membrane. Not all bacteria cause disease Some bacteria live on the skin, mouth, and intestine, and are involved in regulating digestion and other harmful serious for our body. They are bodies that can have different forms according to this catch and the name as well, “Coco” are spherically shaped, “Bacillus” shaped bar, spiral-shaped, etc.

Diseases caused by bacteria are treated with antibiotics in conventional medicine. Some bacterial diseases are cholera, tuberculosis, salmonella, diphtheria, tetanus, colitis, leprosy, gangrene , some fevers and more.

Antibiotics, such as penicillin, attack bacteria, and although they have been very useful in combat, their overuse has led resistant to antibiotics and the development of candida bacteria , fungi, and yeast, plus weakens the immune system, facilitating the onset of allergies and damage the liver and kidneys .

The damage that can make the bacteria depends on the variety to which they belong and also the status of the person affected. The bacteria derive their strength from people or animals, sugars, proteins, and fats. They are transmitted by direct contact with an infected person, through contaminated water or food.

Bacteria prefer mild temperatures, although some can live and survive in the cold in the refrigerator and others need heat to reproduce. But normal is that die heat, cold and the average temperature inhibits favors their development. To prevent its spread is best to combat high temperature or cold.

Bacteria are far superior in number to the cells of our body, it is believed to be about 10 times. Where more occupy is on the skin and teeth, mucous in the throat, intestines, and vagina . They are also decaying food or in poor condition, and can produce different reactions in our body.

Some involved in the breakdown of food in the intestine , although these bacteria cause disease only if damaged mucous membranes. Bacteria are divided into four groups depending on the temperature in which they can live and reproduce and live in the community, almost are never alone.

Other bacteria are involved in specialized processes for the production of sausages, cheeses, marinades and cured. Some act in the decomposition of our waste and also there that help reduce environmental pollution. Some fermented foods contain live bacteria , such as yogurt, which contains lactobacilli and streptococci.

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The virus

The virus scientifically is not cells, and are not considered living beings,   are bits of genetic material living in a fatty environment, without life, and act as parasites from infected cells they used to move and reproduce. They are harmful to our health and transmitted through the air or by contact with contaminated people or objects. Viruses enter cells, feeding them and can not move by themselves.

When cells die, new forms of the virus are released and infect other cells.

Today ‘s viruses are not stronger or stronger than before, the problem is our defenses have been weakened. Although many resources to research are used, the results achieved for the prevention and cure of diseases they cause are not as good as they would like, although work continues in this area for improvement. If the immune system is healthy, it generates antibodies that prevent the reproduction of the virus and slow the progression of the infection.

Vaccines that prevent some diseases are debilitated that stimulate the body’s defenses to fight infection natural virus.

Nature seeks to create stronger living beings, for it uses viruses to kill living organisms, such as bacteria, plants, animals or people whose defenses are weak.

Some diseases caused by viruses:

The common cold , flu, dengue fever, the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), hepatitis, herpes, rabies, polio, smallpox, now eradicated by vaccines, mumps, yellow fever, measles or rubella, warts.

natural preventative treatments for bacteria and viruses

The most common HYGIENE is based on washing your hands well and where we handle and prepare food, cooking and boiling water that we use does not offer sufficient health guarantees.

Water and soap dissolve and decompose dirt particles to eliminate them, while high temperatures of cooking and boiling kill harmful organisms that can not be removed by washing.

An alternative for the treatment of these diseases is to use the resources that nature offers us. Natural antibiotics do not irritate or artificially alter our body, and help you balance, and cured following their established processes. Nor they have side effects and reinforce our defenses.

Among them, there are, the garlic , onion, lemon , the echinacea and ginger, honey as the best known, but there are much more. They also serve tea, gargle or herbal inhalations.