Common Inflammatory Diseases Today

ALLERGIES Inflammation messengers stimulate the release of histamine, leading to allergic reactions.
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Inflamed brain tissues develop plaque; chronic inflammation kills brain cells.
AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS (ALS)* Damage to motor neurons causes the body to launch an overzealous inflammatory counterattack, killing the motor neurons.
ANEMIA Inflammatory messengers attack red blood cell production.
ARTHRITIS Chronic inflammation destroys joint cartilage and inhibits the release of lubrication and cushioning fluid in the joints.
ASTHMA Inflammation leads to blocking of the bronchial passages.
AUTISM Brain inflammation is present in most autistic children.
CANCER Inflammation contributes to free radicals, tumor growth and inhibits the body’s defence against abnormal cells
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Inflammation causes thick, unhealthy blood and arterial disease, leading to blockage and plaque and increased risk of dangerous clots in the blood vessels that feed the heart and brain; inflammation also damages heart valves.
DIABETES, TYPE 1 & 2 Type 1 diabetes, inflammation induces the immune system to destroy pancreatic beta cells; type 2 diabetes, fat cells cause the release of inflammatory messengers, leading to insulin resistance.

Inflammatory compounds present in the body at an elevated level.

COMMON INTESTINAL DISORDERS Crohn's disease, irritable bowel, diverticulitis, and other intestinal problems involve inflammation that causes pain, interference with digestion and assimilation of nutrients, and damage to the sensitive lining of the digestive tract.
KIDNEY FAILURE Inflammation restricts circulation and damages kidney cells that filter blood.
LUPUS Inflammatory compounds spark an autoimmune attack.

Inflammatory compounds attack the nervous system.

PAIN Activation of pain receptors, transmission and modulation of pain signals, and hypersensitivity of the nervous system are all one continuum of inflammation and the inflammatory response.
PANCREATITIS Inflammation induces pancreatic cell injury.
PSORIASIS AND ECZEMA Inflammation-based skin disorders.
SURGICAL PROBLEMS Excess inflammation can prolong healing.
***Extract readings from the Earthing Book 2nd Edition

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