Causes, symptoms & treatment
Chronic inflammation - this means long-term inflammation and can last for several months and even years. It can result from: Failure to eliminate whatever was causing an acute inflammation. An autoimmune response to a self-antigen - the immune system attacks normal healthy tissue, mistaking it for harmful pathogens.
How do you know if you have chronic inflammation?
What are the symptoms of chronic inflammation?
How to spot the signs of chronic inflammation:
- You have a “spare tire” around your waist. ...
- You have high blood glucose levels. ...
- You have digestive problems like gas, diarrhea, bloating, or constipation. ...
- You're tired all the time. ...
- You have skin problems like eczema or psoriasis, or your skin is red and blotchy.
Systemic Enzyme Therapy
For nearly 40 years, serrapeptase has been at the heart of Systemic Enzyme Therapy –the use and supplementation of systemic enzymes like serrapeptase for optimal cell, tissue, organ and metabolic function. Likewise, companies, health practitioners, and consumers have turned to the original Exclzyme formulation for their systemic enzyme therapy needs.
The reality is that inflammation affects everyone, and nearly all tissues and organs in the body. Although inflammation in each case may manifest differently, inflammation still has one thing in common: fibrin.
Fibrin is an essential protein that is produced during inflammation. It is the initial first step in the body’s attempts at recovery. However, when inflammation has become prolonged, fibrin along with other proteins such as collagen can begin to transform original tissue into a tough fibrous matrix. Differentiated and sometimes sequestered apart from healthy tissue, this fibrous matrix still has the biological markers of inflammation. Nutrients, and other building blocks are still needed for healthy normal tissue.
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