Inflammation can be linked as the root cause of almost any ailment or illness a person has. It can lead to weight issues, fibromyalgia, hormone imbalance, thyroid issues, autoimmune problems, high blood pressure, and many more. Too many people are suffering with chronic fatigue, joint pain, headaches, diarrhea, and more. Our Englewood Chiropractors are here to help you prevent these issues from taking over your life.
INFLAMMATION – THE SILENT KILLER
In 2004, Time Magazine had an article titled “The Silent Killer” – the surprising link between inflammation and heart attacks, Alzheimer’s and cancer. Inflammation is called the “silent killer” because it is silent. Most of someone’s inflammation, they have no idea exists. When left undetected, this swelling in the body leads to most, if not all, of chronic health issues, fatigue, and pain.
INFLAMMATION CAN LEAD TO A VARIETY OF SYMPTOMS
Itchy eyes, runny or congested nose, skin rashes, difficulty breathing, a bloated stomach. All of these symptoms can come with an allergic response. For others it can be fatigue, joint pain, and being just plain miserable. Allergies and asthma affect people of all ages. Sometimes the cause is obvious. Other times there is complete uncertainty. While some allergies have the potential to be severe, immediate and life threatening, others are delayed harder to identify.
YOU CAN GET TO THE BOTTOM OF YOUR UNEXPLAINED SYMPTOMS
If skin prick testing, over-the-counter allergy medications or the extreme of allergy shots worked, you probably wouldn’t be reading this information. Sadly, this is the experience of most people that suffer from allergies, whether from environmental factors or foods. The unique challenge with allergies is not the testing and identification, even though most people aren’t even aware of allergies that they may have. It is in the thought process of addressing them. Instead of hoping to cover up the symptoms or outgrow them, The Wellness Way Approach is to identify and eliminate the triggers of the allergic response while building a greater buffer to what typically sets people’s allergic response over the edge.