Tuesday, May 12, 2015

23 Ways To Get Rid Of Inflammation and Joint Pain


I want to talk to you a little bit about primary and secondary inflammatory response – how they differ from one another and why it matters!

But first…

What happened the last time you felt pain, had a headache? Did you reach for a pain reliever?

If so, you potentially could have robbed your body long term of it’s ability to deal with it!

First of all…. IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT!

I’m about to reveal the shocking truth of inflammation, pain, chronic pain, gout, uric acid formation and anything else that could be limiting you from being your fullest expression of who you are.

To really understand pain we must understand 2 things.

Inflammation works on two levels: Primary and Chronic (Secondary).

Primary: this is the normal detoxification and repair process. When this is efficient you are completely symptomless. Everyday when you walk, eat, exercise, stress out or breathe – your body must cleanse and eliminate toxins and repair any cellular injuries that may have happened to you.

When primary inflammation is hard at work, you will not experience any pain or even be aware of it.

When primary falls short, secondary kicks on.

Secondary: is when your body becomes swollen, immobile, in pain and often times you resort to going to the doctor only to be given pills that make the pain go away. Now, if you are on painkillers long enough, which most people are… your doctor will order regular liver blood panel tests. This is because many of the pain medicine out there can actually shut off the primary pathway of detoxification, making the vicious cycle of pain even worse!

So to truly be free from chronic pain, we have to understand the precursors to helping the primary pathway, which I will do in a second. BUT first, I want to tell you what things are contributing to pain and you might not be aware of...

For the rest of the story: http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/23-ways-to-get-rid-of-inflammation-and-joint-pain.html?t=SOE

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