Signs of Inflammation | Small Actionable Steps to Quiet the Neurology

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Inflammation is a natural response of the body to injury or infection, and it is characterized by redness, swelling, heat, and pain. Inflammation is caused by the release of chemical mediators, such as histamine and prostaglandins, which sensitize nerve endings and increase blood flow to the affected area.

This increased blood flow brings immune cells and other substances that can help to repair or remove the injury or infection. However, the increased blood flow and nerve sensitivity also cause pain. In chronic pain conditions, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation plays a significant role in the development and maintenance of pain.

Attempts to address pain from a sympathetic (stress-based) state may not full reveal the root cause of the inflammation.

Sometimes specific protocols or modalities such as deep breathing, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), or induced relaxation can help us even recognize how dis-regulated we are. After coming back down to a more baseline or foundational state of our neurology, we can then start to feel subtle signs of inflammation such as brain fog, lethargy, impaired memory recall or poor cognitive performance, digestive discomfort, etc and begin a gentle trial and error process within our neurology.

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DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this video is meant to diagnose, treat, or prescribe a medical condition. Seek the advice of a licensed medical professional before starting any new fitness, dietary, or supplementation protocol.

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