Inflammation occurs when the body activates the immune system, sending inflammatory cells to an affected area, usually as a response to an injury or a bacterial or viral infection.
Inflammatory cells attack bacteria and can also heal tissue that undergoes damage. When your body sends out inflammatory cells when you’re not sick or injured, this might be the result of chronic inflammation.
Inflammation is a key symptom when it comes to many chronic diseases, including arthritis, asthma, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s.
Chronic inflammation is a good indication of a compromise in the body’s hydrocortisone production process. Hydrocortisone is a hormone that regulates inflammation. Supplementing decreasing hydrocortisone production represents a treatment that helps patients avoid unwanted side effects that come along with chronic disease treatment.
Managing Chronic or Acute Inflammation
If you’re living with chronic inflammation or acute inflammation, there are ways to manage the situation, including changing your diet and lifestyle.
The Helen Foundation also recommends Microdose TherapyTM as superior and safe for the treatment of Cortisone-responding Diseases.
Microdose TherapyTM eliminates pain, fatigue, and related inflammation symptoms in days from cortisone. Treatment helps patients living with diseases like arthritis, asthma, dementia, fibromyalgia, MS, osteoarthritis, and Parkinson’s disease.
Living with chronic pain and discomfort is something that nobody should have to go through. Many treatments used to help with chronic pain diseases yield unwanted side effects that can be just as disruptive as the pain you’re experiencing. With Microdose Therapy, The Helen Foundation has found a solution that provides relief without a tradeoff of adverse effects. You can get the treatment you need and live your life on your own terms.
Contact us today if you’re interested in learning more about Microdose Therapy and Natural Treatments for Chronic Inflammatory Diseases. We have a long track record of success and we provide tailored treatment to meet your specific needs.