Inflammation in the joints is one common sign of an autoimmune attack. Instead of fighting symptoms of the condition, it's critical to address the root cause of an autoimmune disorder to find long-lasting relief.
Make autoimmune attacks a thing of the past.
Instead of trying to manage the symptoms of an autoimmune condition, it's time to get to the root of the issue. If you suffer from an autoimmune disease, then you’re probably quite familiar with the fact that an autoimmune condition occurs when your body's immune system attacks friendly, healthy tissue.
One of the classic signs of an autoimmune flare-up is inflammation.
These autoimmune attacks can often occur in:
When an autoimmune attack occurs, inflammation is a byproduct of the immune response. And when inflammation spreads throughout the body, tissue damage is sure to follow. As tissue continues to get damaged time and time again, it becomes stiff and unyielding. As a result, chronic pain is a widespread byproduct of severe tissue injury.
To see any sort of success, it's important to constantly evaluate the state of your health and how your body responds to its internal and external environment.
To get to the bottom of a chronic autoimmune condition, a gut infection must be dealt with, plain and simple. A gut infection can take on many forms; it may be fungal, bacterial, or parasitic.
A chronic gut infection can:
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