The Autonomic Nervous System: A Regulator of Immunity *RERUN
One of the immune system's important roles is to produce antibodies to neutralize pathogens. Japanese researchers found that the activity of immune cells called lymphocytes, which produce antibodies, is closely linked to the autonomic nervous system. A division of the ANS switches on and off, sending signals for the production of antibodies and their circulation around the body. We also focus on how to balance the ANS so that your immunity functions properly.
We speak to one of the researchers who discovered the link between the immune system and the ANS
Autonomic nervous system disorders can affect various parts of the body
A specialist explains how to restore the balance of the ANS
A simple breathing technique can help to balance the ANS