how to reduce inflammation naturally
Do you experience these symptoms? (Check all that apply)
Dull or achy pain in joints and/or muscles
Insomnia or poor quality sleep
The body’s inflammatory response it essential to our health and survival
What is Inflammation?
Inflammation refers to your body’s process of fighting against things that harm it, such as infections, injuries, and toxins. When gone unchecked, inflammation cause illness and disease.
When these harmful invaders damage your cells, your immune system goes to work when and tries to heal itself. Sometimes you can feel inflammation through joint stiffness or pain, but often it is an underlying condition and causes swelling in other areas of your body.
There are two types of inflammation: Acute (short-term) & chronic (ongoing) inflammation.
Acute inflammation is a natural process, sort of like a protective measure your body uses to defend itself against infection, illness, or injury. With acute inflammation, your body may show signs of redness, pain, heat, and swelling.
Chronic inflammation is an ongoing, destructive process and can cause a host of health issues. It can last for days, weeks, months, and even years. It acts like a slow-burning fire, continuing to stimulate your inflammatory immune system causing them to attack healthy areas of your body.
When you have chronic inflammation, your body’s inflammatory response can eventually start damaging healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Chronic inflammation ignites a long list of concerning health issues:
- Heart disease
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Digestive disorders
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Chronic pain
- Fatty liver disease
- Memory loss
how to reduce inflammation naturally
Exercise To Reduce Inflammation
It may sound crazy, but exercise is one of the best ways to reduce inflammation. Most of us know small and localized inflammation brought on by exercise is a normal healthy response to the stress of exercising and the body responds by adapting.
Exercising will also increase the strength and efficiency of your immune system which will help reduce and even prevent future inflammation.
One of the best workouts is doing an aquatic routine as it is better on the joints. However, cardio and resistance/weight training can also help improve inflammatory response and as a result, reduce pain.
Find something you enjoy and do it regularly!
Rest To Reduce Inflammation
A good night’s sleep is incredibly important for your health—just as important as eating healthy and exercising. Sleep can affect almost every area of our lives but poor sleep can have a major effect on inflammation in your body.
Unfortunately, a lot can interfere with our natural sleep patterns, and not getting enough sleep, even among healthy people, can trigger inflammation and cell damage.
Getting a good night's sleep is one way we can guard against the unhealthful inflammation that’s associated with chronic diseases and pain. While sleeping pills may be a quick fix, they are harmful to our bodies and should be avoided at all costs. Besides, why use them if natural sleep aids can solve the problem better?
We put together some great ideas to help you get a more restful night's sleep!
Cold Laser Light Therapy
As you may already know, chronic joint or muscular pain can be a challenge to live with. If you’ve already tried a number of ways to manage your pain, it might be worth considering Cold Laster Light Therapy. This type of therapy has been clinically proven in reducing joint pain and alleviating arthritis.
Cold Laser Light Therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of energy or photons. Photons penetrate deep into a painful joint, relieving swelling, stiffness, and pain.
Supplements to Reduce Inflammation
- Fish oil
Choose Foods To Fight Inflammation
One of the key causes of inflammation is your diet so changing it to an anti-inflammatory diet will help reduce inflammation.
Tips, Recipes and Foods to help reduce inflammation