Chronic Inflammation: Taming The Fire Within

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Wknee-2768834_1920.jpghat do heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer and a host of auto-immune diseases have in common? More than you might think.

They all have to do with inflammation. Inflammation is the body’s natural response to attacks from viruses, bacteria or injuries, but sometimes your immune system can actually cause chronic inflammation. This condition leads to some of the worst illnesses of middle and old age.

Inflammation is rapidly becoming the most widespread illness of the 21st century. The good news is that you can make changes in your life that can prevent and even tame the unhealthy effects of this condition.

What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is an essential part of a healthy immune system. It is a response that helps your body heal after injury or infection.

There are two types of inflammation: acute and chronic. Acute inflammation occurs after you cut your finger, for example, or when your…

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6 thoughts on “Chronic Inflammation: Taming The Fire Within

  1. Thank you, I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, IBS, the pain and fatigue gets worse. Not to mention the memory fog. Most people don’t understand but it takes so much out of me just getting out of bed. Thank you for sharing. ❤️

  2. Thank you, this is important! I struggle with joint pain and stiffness, and I have a friend who swears by the anti-inflammatory diet to clear up her arthritis pain, so just yesterday I looked into this more. I now have a better idea what to do and what to not do. This is a good, comprehensive article. Eating lots of fish is a good idea, but I don’t like fish much so yesterday I bought high-quality fish oil capsules that people say do help with arthritis pain and even depression! Also, I am currently cancer-free and want to make sure it stays that way, and it has been clearly shown that chronic inflammation is one of the potential causes of cancer.

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