How to Fight Hidden Causes of Inflammation
TUESDAY, Sept. 10, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Tamping down inflammation is a must for people with a chronic inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. But you can be exposed to damaging inflammation without having a specific medical condition.
Inflammation prevents the body from adequately reacting to stressors and puts the aging process on an unwanted fast track, increasing the likelihood of problems like heart disease. The negative effects of inflammation can be so significant that leading researchers from the University of Bologna in Italy coined the phrase inflamm-aging. So making anti-inflammation lifestyle choices is good for everyone.
How to Avoid Inflamm-aging
Also, talk to your doctor about ways to boost heart health and any other steps appropriate to your needs to counter inflammation.
Learn more about preventing inflammation from Berkeley Wellness.By Len Canter
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