Hygenic Dogma: How We Killed Our Child’s Immunity

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Hari Hara SubramanyanPV, SudhakarS


Evidence is growing that our indoor-based, ultra-clean lifestyles are bad for our health and could be fuelling problems like childhood diabetes, Asthma, Depression, and Poor Concentration, Frequently falling sick. In a verge to keep our self clean we distract our self from the friendly organisms that could help us in many ways. Without exposure to dirt and germs early in life, the immune system doesn’t learn how to control its reaction to everyday invaders such as dust and pollen. This can lead to it mis-firing later in life leading to various illnesses. Apart from this the mode of delivery also determines the immunity as of the current study vaginal delivery has been drastically reduced putting the children under nature for immunity. This retrospective study invades into this core area and finds out the prevailing Hygienicdogmas that have lead to the poor immunity level of the current age generation children. And also this study tries to find out the proper method of maintaining hygiene without dislodging the beneficial organisms. The results showed that there are lot of hygienic dogmas in the name of hygienic hypothesis and a lot of awareness needs to be implemented to prevent the early onset of paediatric immunity problems

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Hari Hara SubramanyanPV, SudhakarS. (2020). Hygenic Dogma: How We Killed Our Child’s Immunity. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 696–700. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/9718