Author: Dr. Michelle Durkin on 25 August 2020
Inflammation is one of the most common underlying disease processes that we know of.
Therefore if you prevent inflammation you are preventing chronic disease.
Because inflammation is heavily influenced by diet, every year I invite patients to join my five week group Inflammation Detox so look for your invitation coming soon in September!
And how do you know if treating inflammation should be part of your treatment and prevention strategy?
Check out this inflammation checklist:
Now I would love to hear from you! What symptoms or condition do you have that you didn’t link to chronic inflammation before? Leave a comment below and I’ll be back next week with another edition of Doctor as Teacher Tuesday!
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One Reply to “How do you know if you have chronic inflammation?”
Muscle strains and prolonged muscle soreness after working out, as well as menopause symptoms such as insomnia and hot flashes, are something I didn’t link to inflammation. It is disheartening to discover that muscle workouts actually cause inflammation. I guess as we age, we need to convince ourselves that certain forms of exercise that are more gentle on the body, still can achieve the desired outcomes of strength, muscle definition and fat loss. I have a tough time with that one.