You may be one of the many women who don’t realize
that inflammation is spreading silently through their bodies.
Recent science has shown that chronic inflammation is at the root of many serious
illnesses, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease. Early symptoms include
fatigue, aches and pains, digestive issues, skin problems, gum disease, and stubborn
weight gain. Even depression and anxiety are linked to inflammation.
Conventional doctors don’t fully recognize chronic or systemic inflammation. They
treat its individual symptoms, but not the underlying causes.
The underlying causes of inflammation are complex: poor nutrition, lack of exercise,
genetic tendencies, over-exposure to toxins, emotional trauma and others.
But you can turn off chronic inflammation and restore your health. And you can do
it naturally. We have a few proven secrets to living an anti-inflammatory life.
These tips can guide you to quiet the inflammatory fire in your body with simple,
but lasting, changes.
Just by using targeted foods, supplements and healthy everyday habits you can stop
the inflammatory cascade in your system.
Without chronic inflammation burning you up inside, you’ll feel and look better,
have more energy — and protect your long-term health. What are you waiting for?
Featured articles on inflammation
By Dr. Amber Hayden, DO
By Dr. Amber Hayden, DO
By Dr. Mary James, ND
Created by Women’s Health Network
See more articles on inflammation
Effects of inflammation -
symptoms, conditions, and related diseases. a list of conditions
and diseases that are fueled by chronic inflammation.
Joint pain or arthritis —
quieting the inflammatory noise. Many of us experience joint pain
and arthritis symptoms with greater frequency and intensity as we grow older, but
ignore the messages our bodies are sending us. We may think our aches and pains
are just the “normal process of aging.” But no matter what’s causing
your joint pain, you can benefit from this safe, simple, and natural approach to
joint pain relief.
Foods and herbs
for boosting immunity and respiratory health. Reduce the duration
and severity of flu and cold symptoms naturally with herbs and foods that support
immune and respiratory health.
Vitamin D and flu
prevention, by Dr. Susan E. Brown, PhD. Seasonal and pandemic
flu viruses may be worrisome, but keeping your vitamin D levels optimal can help
your immune system health.
What is lupus? The
autoimmune disease called lupus is very common in women. Find out more about lupus
symptoms and how lupus is diagnosed.
Relieve your hormonal
imbalance symptoms today