Signs of Chronic Inflammation

How do you know if you have chronic inflammation? It can show up in a number of ways. There are several signs to look for…

Tingly Feet

First, do you have tingling feet or feel more thirsty or tired than usual? You might have inflammation that’s affecting how well your insulin works. Insulin plays a role in controlling the sugar level in your blood. Insulin resistance could turn into diabetes. So, inflammation, when intense and chronic, can result in problems associated with diabetes.

Muscle Weakness

How about muscle weakness? If you’ve been feeling weaker in places like your shoulders or hips, or it has become harder to walk, those are potential signs that inflammation in your muscles is occurring.

Digestive Issues

An inflamed colon can result in diarrhea accompanied by things like nausea, fever and/or skin rashes.

Stiffness

Inflammation attacking the spine often shows up as stiffness in your lower back, especially early in the morning.

Fatigue

Do you always feel tired? You might have long-term inflammation associated with fibromyalgia, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis.

Hardening of Arteries

When you visit the doctor and you’re told you have hardening of the arteries, that’s usually a result of inflammation in the form of fatty plaque building up on the inside walls of your arteries. This can lead to a person having a stroke or a heart attack.

Trauma, surgery and certain diseases can cause inflammation that leads to blood clots.

Inflammation in the brain tends to lead to dementia.

There are a lot of problems associated with inflammation in the body. The Helen Foundation recommends Microdose Therapy™ to help eliminate pain, fatigue and related inflammation symptoms. If you’re currently dealing with issues like arthritis, asthma, dementia, fibromyalgia, MS, osteoarthritis or Parkinson’s disease, consider Microdose Therapy™ in order to feel better in just a couple days. For more information, please call 480-734-8525 or email virgilsa@aol.com.

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