A weakened immune system has been linked to a variety of conditions including asthma, diabetes and even obesity.
But a new study has shown that the immune system is also key to how you maintain your health.
Health officials say the weak immune can weaken your muscles, cause swelling in your feet and cause an increase in the risk of infection.
The researchers from the University of California, Irvine, analyzed the immune systems of more than 200 people who were recruited to participate in a national study on the effects of exercise on immune function.
Researchers measured the immune cells of people who had a weakened immune response after a strenuous exercise session and compared them with healthy volunteers who did not exercise.
In the people who did exercise, there was a stronger response to the strong immune cells than there was to the weak cells, but the immune response was not significantly different from that of the control group.
They found that the weaker immune cells were associated with lower levels of inflammatory markers in the blood, and that people with weak immune systems had lower levels in their body fluids.
For the study, published online today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, researchers used the MTHFR gene as a marker of immune function and measured the level of the protein.
People with a weakened, or “weak,” immune system also had lower inflammatory markers.
Other research shows that people who have a weakened or “normal” immune system have lower levels (as much as) of some other markers of inflammation, such as the C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker for inflammation.
What are the symptoms of a weakened immunis?
Some people with weakened immune systems have symptoms of fatigue and difficulty breathing.
Others may have trouble breathing.
Some people also have difficulty swallowing.
How can weak immune cells help?
Weak immune cells are found in all of us, and they can help us regulate our immune system.
A weak immune response can also cause an imbalance in the body’s immune system, causing inflammation and an immune response to come into play.
Research has shown weakened immune cells may help explain why certain cancers can grow faster or survive longer in people with compromised immune systems.
There are a number of possible treatments for weak immune function, including medication, vaccines and supplements.
However, for the researchers, the most important factor was that people’s immune systems function better after a vigorous exercise session.
“There are no magic bullet treatments for weakened immune function,” Dr. Daniel A. Lehr, a researcher at the University College London, said in a statement.
This study is one of the first to examine how exercise can improve the immune function of people.
If you or someone you know is having trouble with the immune health of their body, see your doctor or a doctor-trained health care professional.