According to the World Health Organization, chronic inflammation diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. A 2014 study conducted by Rand Corporation found that approximately 60% of Americans were struggling with at least one chronic disease, and 42% of the people polled had more than one condition. Conventional treatment options are useful, but if you are looking for a more holistic treatment that will prevent the problem from recurring, consider seeking help from an inflammation healer. Inflammation healers use energy therapies that connect with your inner spirit and your body’s energy flow to initiate deep healing of the affected area. . The same concept is used by an allergy healer to free people from food, substance, and other forms of allergies which also cause inflammation. Thousands of people have switched to this alternative treatment for inflammation after it was proven effective. Scientists who previously advocated for conventional medications are also starting to look at energy healer and energy healing therapies for inflammation following massive traction that success stories garner both online and offline.
What Causes InflammationInflammation occurs as a result of the body's natural process of protecting you from viral and bacterial infections and other pathogens that can cause disease. In order to protect you, the body’s white blood cells spring into action to fight off the disease-causing organisms, thereby resulting in inflammation. This, however, is not the case in some inflammatory diseases. For example, in arthritis the immune system is activated and causes inflammation when, in reality, there are no pathogens/invaders to fight off. It acts as if the tissues are infected by bacteria and, in the process, cause damage.
Types of InflammationLike most diseases or conditions, inflammations are either long-lived (chronic) or short-lived (acute). With acute inflammation, the signs and symptoms typically disappear after several hours or a day, but chronic inflammation can last for extended periods of time, even months or years. Concisely, inflammation is a sign that the immune system is behaving abnormally, and as a result, the body needs to have more energy to support the increased activity. If the metabolic rate is high due to fever or any other similar condition, more antibodies and white blood cells will be produced to combat the pathogens.
Common Signs of InflammationThe first thing to note is that the signs of inflammation are dependent on the type of inflammation the body is experiencing. The five most common inflammation markers/signs are:
- Swelling of tissues
- Affected organs fail to function; for instance, an inflamed joint cannot move freely like the healthy joints
- Heart disease
- Alzheimer's disease