Almost all diseases known to humankind have one thing in common: inflammation. It’s the number one reaction in the human body that signals something out of order is going on.
Whether it’s due to stress induced by exercise, a specific food that isn’t beneficial to your digestive system, or an unknown, harmful pathogen, inflammation shows up as a first sign for you to make a move and do something about it.
Dealing with inflammation depends on a variety of factors, such as what caused it, whether or not it’s acute or chronic, is the reason behind it benign or harmful, and what side effects can prolonged inflammation impose on the body. These factors will determine whether or not you should act fast or implement slower anti-inflammatory techniques that will do better in the long run.