The body’s inflammatory response is a chemical one. It happens when the body’s tissues are damaged/injured from:
The damaged cells release different chemicals that include:
These chemicals cause the blood vessels to leak into the tissues and cause swelling. Redness, swelling, and warmth/heat connected to an inflammatory response are secondary symptoms brought on by an increased blood flow that mobilizes the cells to the specific area to engage the healing process from illness or injury.
This process is vital in maintaining the body’s optimal health. The inflammatory response can become debilitating when it becomes chronic and leads to the onset or aggravation of a condition or disease. Chiropractic treatment will restore the body’s balance and reduce inflammation.
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There are different causes for the body activating a full inflammatory response. When inflammation is caused by an acute injury, virus, or bacterial infection, inflammation is necessary to help restore the body’s homeostasis. Conversely, chronic inflammation leaves the body in a state of stress and imbalance. This depletes energy reserves, making it impossible for the body to rejuvenate properly. Common causes of chronic inflammatory response include:
While inflammation is necessary for proper body health, knowing how to manage symptoms can help reduce unnecessary pain. Inflammation can be reduced by:
The nervous system plays a significant role in inflammatory response management. The system coordinates proper cellular processes and signals. It also helps with body regulation and restoration when inflammation is no longer needed. A spinal misalignment can throw the entire process into chaos and be an underlying cause that contributes to chronic inflammation. Spinal misalignments block vital nerve energy that helps the body self-regulate. With chiropractic, nerve circulation is restored, allowing the body to properly and optimally coordinate necessary functions.
Chiropractic is a science-oriented medical care branch that optimizes spinal alignment. Addressing the root issue of spinal alignment will help restore the balance and energy needed to regulate the inflammatory response. Contact a chiropractic practitioner today and see what they can do for you and your health.
Medzhitov, Ruslan. “Origin and physiological roles of inflammation.” Nature vol. 454,7203 (2008): 428-35. doi:10.1038/nature07201
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