CIDP Disease Updates
Fight CIDP with a Cup of Tea
Alcohol seems to be an almost universal culprit in making CIDP symptoms worse, but green tea seems to have the opposite effect where it may protect and ease CIDP symptoms. By Shiraz Abbas A few years ago, my wife said that it’s always good to have a little addiction. If there is an addiction that […]
Can Mushrooms Help with CIDP Symptoms?
Greens get a good reputation for health, but mushrooms are beginning to take the spotlight when it comes to inflammatory diseases like CIDP.
Can Smoking Trigger CIDP or Make it Worse?
Smoking has been linked to a variety of illnesses, but it may be making your CIDP symptoms worse. By Shiraz Abbas Over the last few decades, there have been many proven reports on the ill effects of smoking. These range from lung cancer to heart disease and stroke. But what about its effects on autoimmune […]
Rooibos’ Anti-Inflammatory Effects May Help if You Have CIDP
Rooibos may be a strong anti-inflammatory tea. If you suffer from CIDP, this may be of interest to you. By Shiraz Abbas On a regular basis, I try to write about the various benefits of some key foods and drinks that are readily available. Although none of what is recommended in our articles are cures […]
Valerian Root To Ease CIDP Stress
Valerian root has been used for ages for a variety of ailments. If you have CIDP, valerian may help you cope better with some of your symptoms. By Shiraz Abbas Common symptoms for CIDP sufferers include stress, anxiety and insomnia. Medications like sleep aids and antidepressants can be helpful, but there are natural remedies that […]
Air Pollution and CIDP
Air pollution isn’t just destroying the planet, but studies are suggesting that it may be associated with autoimmune diseases.
Could Antibiotics Be Contributing To CIDP?
Antibiotics may contribute to the development of autoimmune disorders. If you have CIDP, this may be relevant to your health.
3 Reasons To Eat Organic If You Have CIDP
The benefits of organic foods is not a myth. Switching to organic foods can benefit your CIDP in more than one way as research begins to pile up.
Does CIDP Inflammation Cause Depression?
Is it possible that the immune system that is responsible for CIDP is also responsible for depression? Let’s explore this idea further. By Shiraz Abbas The other week we published an article on how depression could negatively be contributing to your CIDP. Remember that reductionism in scientific discussions about disease is usually a bad idea […]