Common approaches to reduce inflammation can create more health problems. Those with chronic inflammation may welcome even temporary pain relief. But it may come at a high price. Many pain relievers attempt to "block" the body's inflammatory chemicals to reduce inflammation, including "good" inflammation necessary for many housekeeping activities. Long-term use can have serious adverse effects, including damage to your kidneys, liver, heart, and stomach lining.
You can help reduce potentially harmful inflammationsafely. Poor diet, food sensitivities, smoking, stress, and lack of regular exercise contribute to inflammationin anyone. These factors may also increase inflammation or symptoms in those with pre-existing autoimmune disorders or underlying inflammation. Changes to your diet and other lifestyle habits are great, safe ways to manage inflammation. Nutritional science has also discovered that certain plant ingredients offer a safer approach by selectively reducing inflammatory chemicals triggered by "bad" inflammation without significantly reducing "good" inflammatory activity.
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