Some Keys to Reducing Body Inflammation
It could be right now. It could be a nagging feeling in your stomach, a pounding headache, or an aching back. It can be uncomfortable and sometimes debilitating. It can impact your work and social life. You want to feel better soon.
You may be experiencing inflammation. Inflammation, although frustrating, is a natural biological process that occurs when our immune system takes over a part of our body in response to something "off".
It's basically our body's way to communicate information about the need of treatment so that recovery can begin.
Sometimes it can be difficult. The immune system can become overwhelmed by factors such as poor diet or lifestyle. This can lead to a slowdown in body processes and a surge in inflammation. Enter: inflammation.
It's usually easy to reduce inflammation (as long as the cause isn’t something more serious that needs to be treated by a professional). Here are some things you can do to feel better.
Water has a significant impact on many bodily functions. Water acts as a lubricant and cleanses your body of harmful waste. Without adequate hydration, your body can become more irritated and toxic. There are many opinions on how much water you need in a given day. This is due to your weight and activity level. It is important to remember that inflammation can be caused by dehydration. Research shows that 75% of Americans are severely dehydrated.
Take time to sleep.
Your body's ability to sleep or not can have a huge impact on how you feel. Your body can naturally heal itself after a day of activities by going to sleep. Inflammation can be caused by not getting enough sleep, allowing the body to repair itself.
You don't need to limit your favorite foods in order to eat healthy. Healthy eating simply means that you include different foods into your diet. This will help ensure that you are getting your daily dose of vitamins and minerals. Healthy, healing eating habits are based on healthy fats, whole grains, and fruits and vegetables of all colors.
Regular exercise improves circulation which leads to a flushing out of toxins in tissues that are prone to inflammation. Inflammation-causing toxins can buildup and cause pain if there is no movement. You can incorporate exercise into your day, whether you're taking the stairs at work, going for a walk in the morning, or simply relaxing with a stroll at night.
These healing activities can be integrated into your daily life in a way that is easy and convenient. Start with one and work your way up. You will see a quicker healing process if you reduce inflammation as soon as possible.