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Recent Research Reveals Inflammation Could Trigger Symptoms Of Various Medical Conditions

Orlando, FL – May 12, 2016 – Inflammation is believed to be beneficial as it is the body’s way to fight infection. However, when it persists or when it is not properly addressed, it could lead to the development of diseases.

Recent research reveals inflammation could trigger symptoms of various medical conditions. There is a wide array of health issues that are linked with inflammation. Some of these conditions are obesity, chronic pain, ADHD, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, stroke, heart disease, dental issues, migraines, can cancer.

According to experts, a majority of inflammatory diseases develop in the gut. It comes with an autoimmune reaction that progress to systemic inflammation. Inflammation needs to be addressed on all levels to overcome a disease linked with it.

Once the intestinal lining is repeatedly damaged by reoccurring leaky syndrome, microvilli otherwise known as damaged cells, are unable to do their job properly. They are also thought to become incapable of processing and utilizing the enzymes and nutrients that are essential for proper digestion.

When the digestive system is impaired and there are irregularities in the absorption of nutrients, the body starts attacking foreign invaders through inflammation and other symptoms associated with a variety of diseases.

Inflammation is believed to trigger symptoms of conditions such as Allergies, Alzheimer’s, anemia, ankyosing spondylitis, asthma, autism, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. There are other diseases such as congestive heart failure, eczema, and Crohn’s disease.

Unfortunately, Western medicine approaches inflammation by suppressing the immune response through the use of pharmaceutical drugs with immune suppressive agents or steroids. While both approaches are formulated to reduce inflammation, neither promotes the regeneration of damaged tissues nor stops the underlying disease processes.

Inflammatory diseases can be evaluated by considering factors such as diet, medications, infections, hormones, and stress. Neurological and metabolic factors are also considered.

Individuals who eat poorly, constantly exposed to stress, or have poor sleep patterns may have compromised immune system.

According to statistics, 1 in 12 women and 1 in 24 men suffer from full blown autoimmune mediated inflammation. Unfortunately, there are still many people are left undiagnosed. Experts recommend that people should remove adverse mechanisms such as stress and poor sleep. They should instead have adequate sleep and healthy social interactions.

There are also natural remedies such turmeric that is thought to be powerful anti-inflammatories. Turmeric contains a phytochemical called curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties.

Curcumin supplements with BioPerine are extremely popular nowadays. BioPerine is a black pepper extract that is believed to be helpful in increasing curcumin absorption inside the body (

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