5 Ways to Reduce Chronic Inflammation Quickly
What is inflammation and why should you care?
Inflammation is part of your body’s immune response to harmful substances, and is a necessary biological process that signals our immune system to pay attention to certain tissues in our body. When inflammation is chronically high due to factors such as poor diet, stress, obesity and smoking etc the immune system quickly becomes overwhelmed.
Chronic inflammation is the number 1 cause of just about every chronic disease and the top 8 conditions linked with chronic inflammation are:
- Leaky Gut
- Heart Disease
- Liver disease
- Kidney Disease
Worldwide, 3 of 5 people die due to chronic inflammatory diseases like stroke, chronic respiratory diseases, heart disorders, cancer, obesity, and diabetes
1. Diabetes: 1 in 10 South Africans have diabetes, and 1 in 2 don’t know it as they have not been diagnosed.
2. Cardiovascular diseases: American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases (CVD’s) accounts for 1 out of every three deaths & CVD accounts for 31% of all deaths.
3. Arthritis and Joint Diseases: These affect approximately 350 million people worldwide and almost 20% of the population.
Type 2 Diabetes is an inflammatory disease and inflammation is one of the main reasons why people with diabetes experience heart attacks, strokes, kidney problems, neuropathy, blindness and other related complications.
5 Ways to Reduce Inflammation
Now that we know inflammation is a major factor in most chronic diseases, here are 5 effective strategies to combat its cunning effects:
1. Good Hydration
Exposure to toxins is one huge factor in chronic inflammation. On a daily basis, we are exposed to tons of environmental toxins without even knowing it and hydrating effectively is one of the key strategies to make sure the body is able to effectively detox. Hydrating really well helps to clear out the bowels, keep toxins moving through the liver and kidneys, and helps to eliminate them through sweat. Additionally, your cells require adequate hydration to carry out proper functions. In general, the more hydrated you are, the less inflammation will be present in your body.
2. Regular Movement
Make it a priority in your daily life to make sure you are moving your body as much as possible.
Daily exercise is great for pumping the lymph fluid and boosting circulation. Delivering fresh blood to your tissues is an important strategy for lowering inflammation as it helps to flush away metabolic debris and provide nutrients to inflamed tissues.
This applies to just about every organ system including the bowels, urinary tract, sweat glands, circulatory
3. Anti-inflammatory nutrition
One of the main sources of inflammation has got to be your diet. If you want to rid your body of inflammation, you need to start thinking about what you are putting into your body.
Many people think they are eating healthy, when they are ~flooding their body with bad fats and sugar which is putting their body in a constant state of inflammation. At the same time, many people are consuming foods that are hard to digest and lead to inflammation in the digestive tract. People who suffer with autoimmune diseases often have a chronically inflamed digestive tract. As gut inflammation leads to leaky gut, unrecognizable, undigested food particles slip into the blood stream and confuse the immune system, causing massive inflammation.
4. Reduce Stress and Improve Sleep
Chronic stress causes rampant increases in inflammatory markers called cytokines. Chronically elevated pro-inflammatory cytokine markers are especially bad for the immune system, opening the doors to opportunistic infections and increasing our chances of coming down with an illness.
One of the best ways to counteract the stressors of daily life is really getting the best sleep possible. It is during sleep that we have the highest production of defence cells by the bone marrow and sleeping less than 5 hours a night increases the risk of infection by 4 times.
During sleep, your brain flushes out metabolic debris and the body is put into a deep healing state. Chronic stress on top of poor sleep is a recipe for rapid degeneration of health.
5. Use Anti-Inflammatory Supplements
Chronic inflammation and pain can be an emotional challenge to overcome, and sometimes we need all the help we can get on our journey to optimal health once again.
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3’s are one of the most important supplements for reducing inflammation. Most people today are consuming highly processed diets that are high in omega-6 fats and deficient in the anti-inflammatory omega-3’s. This imbalance alone contributes to higher levels of inflammation, as omega-6 fats are involved in the inflammation pathway. This means that taking a high quality omega-3 supplement may be a necessity to help control inflammation. However, not all omega-3 supplements are absorbed equally. Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil are clinically proven to have a 121% better absorption into your cells than }sh oil, without the unwanted }shy re~ux.
Curcumin: Nature’s gold
Curcumin is the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, and is one of the most powerful anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory agents in the world.
Curcumin has thus been shown to be a powerful suppressor of chronic inflammatory diseases and may alleviate pain and discomfort caused by arthritis, fibromyalgia, IBS and other inflammatory disorders.
The anti-inflammation activity of curcumin is a key factor for curcumin’s antidiabetic property: In a published clinical study, curcumin supplementation in a pre-diabetic population, was able to substantially and significantly prevent the pre-diabetics from developing Type 2 Diabetes.
Curcumin intervention also improved their pancreatic function, significantly improved their cell’s ability to utilize insulin and significantly reduced inflammatory markers and enzymes responsible for inflammation.
Curcumin has also been found effective against a number of life-threatening viral infections and is a natural way to help support your immune system and help your immune system stay strong.
Curcumin is however poorly absorbed, so ensure you chose a product that is clinically proven to have superior absorption and bioavailability.
Vitamin D3 is arguably one of the most powerful nutrients responsible for modulating and coordinating the immune system. By re-coordinating the immune system, vitamin D3 has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect. Vitamin D3 deficiency is vastly common in our society due to sunscreen use and low amounts of sun exposure. On top of this, the average diet is severely lacking dietary sources of Vitamin D3 such as organ meats and certain fish.
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