More and more diseases are popping up that are categorized under “Inflammatory Diseases” because doctors don’t know the exact cause or criteria for an accurate diagnosis. Traditionally, doctors understood inflammatory diseases to be things like arthritis, which causes swelling and pain in your body, sometimes specifically the hands. But inflammatory diseases are more researched in modern medicine than in previous years, and there are other diseases being labeled as “inflammatory diseases,” such as asthma, lupus, irritable bowel syndrome, and Alzheimer’s to name a few.
What Causes Inflammatory Diseases
Inflammation in the body is a result of a white blood cell attack on your own body. Te blood cells are intended to fight off foreign invaders like a virus, but sometimes the attack causes redness and pain to your own body. A sparse amount of inflammation in your body is normal. It’s your body’s way of fighting off foreign invaders, by attacking the spot where it’s not well. But sometimes your body has chronic inflammation, and this is directly associated with diseases that you need to cure or treat, unless you want to suffer needlessly.
Technically, your body sees the cause of the inflammation coming from the white blood cells, which get released into your blood stream and flood into whatever you’re experiencing pain, swelling and redness. You may even feel heat emanating from your affected area. The chemicals in your body during this time sometimes result in swelling from fluid build up, and this means you’re in pain until the inflammation subsides. Sometimes your immune system seems stuck — it doesn’t back down.
When this occurs, it’s a sign that you have a chronic inflammation disease and you’ll need your doctor’s help or lifestyle changes to fix the problem. Even if it temporarily subsides, you might need to get help to prevent a reoccurrence in the future. Some forms of inflammatory diseases are helped by medicine, while others require a more stringent lifestyle change like altering your entire diet.
In part because of anti-inflammatory medications, some people believe that having an inflammation in the body isn’t a big deal and that all they have to do is take medicine and the inflammation will go away without seeing a doctor. But it is a big deal and the reason is that an inflammation can be a drop of water leaking from a dam. One drop is easily dealt with and isn’t a big deal – but a leaking dam signifies that there is a problem and it needs to be taken care of before there are a lot more drops that could lead to a rupturing dam.
Symptoms and Indications of Inflammatory Diseases
If your body is suffering from an inflammatory disease, you’ll begin to see signs of it that mimic a severe cold. You might feel achy all over or in certain areas. Your joints can feel feverish and you may even become lethargic and chilled. Because of these spells, some people fail to get a proper diagnosis — they just assume they have the flu. If you’ve had problems with recurring or chronic inflammation, you would be wise to ask your doctor to order a CRP (C-reactive protein) blood test.
Inflammation acts as a horn blowing in the body to signify that you need to pay attention. There are two types of inflammation you can have in the body. One is temporary and the other is chronic. Temporary inflammation goes away fairly quickly by using anti-inflammatory treatment methods. Chronic inflammation sticks around for awhile and makes you feel the ache all over. Knowing how to decrease inflammation, whatever type it is, can help you experience a better sense of wellness.
How To Deal With Inflammatory Diseases
If you do have to deal with inflammation, temporary or ongoing, the first thing you should do is take a look at what you’re putting in your body. There’s a simple and very inexpensive way to treat yourself when your body is under the weather and that’s by using foods to lower inflammation. Using food as a treatment isn’t about simply abstaining from what you already know is bad for you. You need certain nutrients to be at your best.
Supplements can assist your body in getting and maintaining a healthy nutritional balance. Exercise is also a great tool to lower inflammation, and diets rich in vitamins and Omega can help in the fight against inflammation. You want to choose foods that have a track record for reducing inflammation. Foods that are full of vitamins and rich in minerals. They’re foods that contain plenty of fiber and offer you the benefit of antioxidants, which can help ward off diseases.
Furthermore there are some specific herbs and spices with incredible health benefits that you can use in your meals, like Turmeric and cinnamon powder. Also berries are packed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
-Understanding of what are inflammatory diseases
-What causes inflammation in the body
-How to test for inflammation in the body
-How to decrease inflammation
-Foods and spices to lower inflammation
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