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Chronic Inflammation

Published on 7/4/2012
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Chronic Inflammation occurs when the bodies natural defences are not switched off, the three most likely causes are:- Chronic Stress – it keeps your body constantly “revved up,” wasting nutrient stores and impairing its ability to stop inflammation from becoming chronic Chronic Nutritional Deficiencies – without the right nutrition, on a daily basis, your body may not have the right resources to put a halt to ongoing inflammation Chronic Toxin Overload – in today's world, your body is constantly fighting off toxins, pollutants and contaminants from so many sources that it simply can be too overwhelmed to stop the never ending, triggered inflammation There's one thing in common with all three of the above factors: "Chronic". When these adverse factors are chronic (constant), it greatly increases the chance that your body's inflammation will be chronic, too. And it's exactly this type of inflammation – the chronic kind – that the TIME Magazine story warned about some years ago because it can be so damaging to your health. How chronic inflammation worsens your health over time Though you may not see or even feel chronic inflammation, it could be silently causing trouble within your body right now. Over time, it can result in two kinds of damage: first to the immediate area of your body that's chronically inflamed; and second to your overall health as well. Common problems can include: Heart Problems – chronic inflammation is believed to contribute to the formation of plaque in blood vessels, as well as the formation of blood clots. When these blood clots break free into the blood, they can block blood flow to the brain or heart, resulting in a heart attack or stroke. Brain Problems – chronic inflammation plays a role in Alzheimer's disease, yet scientists are still uncertain what that role is. However, one theory is that inflammation kicks into gear because of the plaques and tangles in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. In trying to solve the problem, inflammation just makes matters worse. Joint Problems – chronic inflammation of the joints can result in destroyed ligaments and tendons, damage to joint cartilage and bone and even bone erosion. This leads to pain, deformity and an inability to perform daily tasks – drastically affecting quality of life. Mouth and Gum Problems – dental researchers once thought bacterial infections caused gum disease, but now it is thought that some of the more severe symptoms of gum disease are attributable to chronic inflammation. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, part of the National Institutes of Health, report that inflammation can even break down bone and connective tissue that keep the teeth in place. Emotional Health Problems – chronic inflammation may even play a role in your emotions. Scientists at the University of Illinois (Champaign/Urbana) discovered that an enzyme secreted by the immune system caused inflammation-related, depression-like symptoms in mice. Because inflammation is linked with conditions often accompanied by depression – such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease – researchers expect that this study will provide insight into chronic inflammation's role in depression. Cancer Problems – although researchers haven't discovered the exact mechanism of chronic inflammation's role in cancer, they believe it encourages cancer growth. According to the American Cancer Society, inflammation creates just the right conditions for cancer cells to grow and multiply. David Ogden
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