Millions of people suffer from inflammation and the numbers are set to rise over the next three decades, with The World Health Organization (WHO) citing chronic inflammatory diseases as being among the most significant and prolific causes of death in the world.
What is Inflammation?
Inflammation is a process in which the white blood cells and substances your body produces protects you from tissue damage and infection from viruses and bacteria.
It’s also a protective reaction that involves blood vessels, immune cells, and molecular mediators to:
- Initiate tissue repair
- Eliminate the initial cause of cell injury
- Clear out harmful cells and tissues damaged from the original insult and the inflammatory process
What are the Symptoms of Inflammation?
A handful of symptoms include:
- Joint pain
- Joint stiffness
- Swollen joint
- Loss of joint function
Most of the time – only a few of these symptoms are present.
It may also be affiliated with general flu-like symptoms, such as:
- Fatigue/loss of energy
- Muscle stiffness
- Loss of appetite
What Causes Inflammation?
When inflammation materializes – the body’s white blood cells release chemicals into the blood or affected tissues to protect your body by increasing blood flow to the area of infection or injury. You may experience warmth, redness, or swelling that may stimulate nerves and cause discomfort.
Most of us associate it with being a bad thing, but ironically, it can also be a positive thing.
When is Inflammation Good?
“Good” inflammation is acute.
Acute inflammation is the body’s trigger reaction for a healthy body to leap into inflammatory action by rushing in to play defense against disease, virus, infection, or injury that subsides once the threat is over.
When is Inflammation Bad?
Chronic inflammation (“bad!”) is another story because it doesn’t go away and sticks around to eventually compromise tissue, organs, and cell structure.
It’s associated with serious health conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s.
How to Reduce Inflammation
The great news is that there are natural ways to reduce inflammation in the body by being mindful of how we live.
And guess what? The key points are the usual suspects, such as:
- Maintaining a healthy weight
- Eating well
- Getting some exercise
There are others, but none of these will surprise you when trying to help reduce the symptoms:
- Cutting out smoking
- Getting enough rest (7-8 hours a night)
- Reducing your stress levels
Can Hydrogen Water Help Reduce Inflammation?
But – there is something else that can make a powerful difference in managing inflammation: molecular hydrogen (H2)
Clinical studies have concluded that even chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can respond positively to treatment with H2. Scientists found that H2 could be used therapeutically to help reduce oxidative stress in patients presenting with chronic symptoms.
“Additional investigations of the benefits of H2 for RA patients are urgently needed, as H2 therapy has tremendous potential” – Ishibashi Toru
So – how can you benefit from the therapeutic potential of natural molecular hydrogen?
It’s simple: install a Tyent Water Ionizer at home and you can have delicious, antioxidant-rich, ionized hydrogen water at the push of a button!
Spooktacular Water Ionizer Deals and FREE Treats!
This a great time to give your health and hydration a real boost with a water ionizer machine, so give us a call today at (716)771-0314 and find out more about the benefits of alkaline water!