Inflammatory diseases are more researched in modern medicine than in previous years. Previously, some of these diseases were clustered together because doctors didn’t know the exact cause or criteria for an accurate diagnosis.
Inflammation in the body is a result of a white blood cell attack on your own body.
The blood cells are intended to fight off foreign invaders like a virus, but sometimes the attack causes redness and pain to your own body.
Sometimes swelling occurs, too – especially when the white blood cells cause an increase in blood flow to a particular region in your body and it builds up into a painful problem for you.
Some forms of inflammatory diseases are helped by medicine, while others require a more stringent lifestyle change like altering your entire diet.
Traditionally, doctors understood inflammatory diseases to be things like arthritis, which causes swelling and pain in your body, sometimes specifically the hands.
But now there are other diseases being labeled inflammatory diseases, such as asthma, lupus, irritable bowel syndrome, and Alzheimer’s to name a few.
If your body is suffering from an inflammatory disease, you’ll begin to see signs of it that mimic a severe cold.
You might feel achy all over or in certain areas. Your joints can feel feverish and you may even become lethargic and chilled.
Because of these spells, some people fail to get a proper diagnosis – they just assume they have the flu.
If you notice that your muscles have become stiff and your joints cause you great pain, then you might want to see your doctor and get him or her to look into the possibility of an inflammatory disease.
With a medical history and exam, it will be easier for your doctor to accurately diagnose you and prescribe medications that can alleviate the symptoms.
Your doctor may even go so far as to take x-rays to pinpoint the pain.
If medication doesn’t work on its own, or you’re not happy with the prescription, then there are alternative ways to address your inflammatory disease.
These may include going on a new diet that helps relieve joint pain or implementing a physical therapy routine that prevents stiffness in your joints.
Be aware that your body will need you to be considerate of its limitations while you’re being diagnosed and finding an appropriate treatment for your situation.
Don’t overdo it or you may make things worse and harder to recover from in the long term.
One great way to deal with inflammation to help your body gets its balance back is by going on the raw food diet.
It is simple to start and to keep following and I'm still eating normal foods.
You can learn more here about how to start raw food diet to help lower inflammation.
Did you like this blog post?
Well first, share it so someone else can get some good advice.
Then, subscribe so you don’t miss more – either subscribe to my RSS feed at the bottom of this page, or find the little guy waving at you on the bottom of the page and sign up to get my free ezine and gifts for my subscribers!
Click here to post comments
Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Weight Loss.
"Power Tips" magazine is back!
You Get A Free Complete Self Help Report delivered to your email box every edition, plus you get a free PLR article and other great gifts!
SUBSCRIBE BELOW ... I promise you will want to USE what you learn!
I really want to know what you think of this site, this page, and to hear your tips or suggestions about it.
So please share your story or simply add a Comment in the comment box.
If you feel that the information on this page has been useful to you please give it a Like or share it with your friends - thanks!!
"You are a life Saver!!
I recently discovered this site and I can tell you that my life
has not been the same. I now come here EVERYDAY and spend at least 1
I used to spend that time browsing online fashion and beauty
magazine which just means that I spend more. Now I have replaced that
habit with coming here.
In future I will think about contributing articles as well. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! and God bless"
Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time
indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability
information displayed on [relevant Amazon Site(s), as applicable] at the
time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.