Episode: Listener question: How To Reduce Inflammation In The Body
Let’s discuss on the It’s A Magical Life Podcast today about how to reduce inflammation in the body.Listen on SpotifyListen on Apple Podcasts
Today’s question comes from Melissa, one of our listeners.
Melissa queries, “How can you reduce inflammation, safeguard ligaments while exercising, and what nutrients reduce inflammation?” I’m so glad you asked, wow.
Inflammation. What exactly is it? We frequently hear about it. Inflammation is your body’s defence mechanism against harmful substances, such as infections, wounds, and toxins, in an effort to cure itself. When something damages your cells, your body releases chemicals that trigger an immunological response. In addition to increased blood flow to the wounded area, this reaction also involves the production of proteins and antibodies.
In the case of acute inflammation, the entire process often takes a few hours or days. This response persists, putting your body on high alert all the time, which results in chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation damages your tissues and organs over time. It is commonly acknowledged that inflammation can manifest as redness, heat, swelling, discomfort, and loss of function—not just pain.
Typical indicators of inflammation include:
- Skin problems
- Brain fog
- Difficulty sleeping (getting to sleep, staying asleep, or getting up)
- Poor quality of sleep
- Limited mobility
- Unstable mental state
- Gastrointestinal problems
Anti-inflammatory diets. Hmm. Hubbard Health suggests including tomatoes, olive oil, green leafy vegetables like spinach and kale, almonds, fatty salmon, berries, and oranges in your anti-inflammatory diet. The fact that certain of these foods might actually cause inflammation in certain immune system types is what we now know, though. What anti-inflammatory foods are best for you, then? Immune typing offers a solution. I’m fortunate to work with a team at Wholistic Natural Health Australia that can truly assist you with that and create an anti-inflammatory plan that boosts your unique immune system while also battling inflammation.
Research demonstrates that three of the four known immune system types really channel activated helper cells to the synovial cavity during the time of inflammation in the case of severe inflammation, which is frequently diagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis. Movement is limited as the joints get so crowded with these cells that the cavity fills. Rheumatoid arthritis is often treated by medical specialists, but because the immune system is not addressed, the cycle will persist.
The following actions can be taken to safeguard your ligaments and reduce inflammation
- With the help of a Functional Health Solutions practitioner, determine your immune system type.
Avoid repetitive workouts like jogging and instead concentrate on a variety of motions, such as resistance training, bodyweight exercises, Pilates, and yoga.
- Stretch both before and after.
- Consume the appropriate anti-inflammatory foods and adhere to the recommended regimens for your immunological type.
- Treat the underlying problem and the body’s systems rather than the symptoms.
The body desires to recover and to be healthy. It wants to be free of infection and inflammation. It tries to provide you with as much of each day as you can.
We hoped that this episode of “How Reduce Inflammation In The Body” was informative for you. You can leave a comment below or contact us here if you have any questions. Gennaleen Sanchez, who is absolutely gorgeous, will be on our upcoming episode. She is a coach for results, mindset, and wellbeing and a change agent for both the workplace and for life. She’s going to share with us her best advice for living a magical life.
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