Do you want to know how to reduce pain and inflammation naturally? Then watch this! Dr. Emil Tompkins is here with his top tips for beating the blues from aches, pains & irritations in our body that are caused by an overactive immune system aka inflammation. It may appear to be a complicated process but there really isn’t anything more simple than eliminating them through natural remedies. Lets get into it.
3 Things to do
Eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly to manage chronic inflammation. Maintaining a healthy weight is one of the best ways to reduce pain, stress levels, and sleeping problems. This will also reduce other illnesses from having too much or not enough body fat! A balance between proteins/carbs intake with regular movement will keep those hormones in check. This will help control chronic conditions like arthritis by reducing joint swelling.
Sleep patterns are important for relieving inflammation in the body. Maintaining regular sleep patterns with enough sleep is vital. Eat foods high in antioxidants. Foods like berries, turmeric green vegetables can lower your overall inflammation and provide you with more energy daily exercise can help protect you against conditions like heart disease and obesity, which have both been linked to chronic inflammation. Did you know that antioxidants such as polyphenols (found in red wine) can also lower inflammation?
Even 20 minutes of daily exercise can have an anti-inflammatory effect. Proper sleep patterns, encourage recovery and healing. Also it can lower your stress and inflammation. Reducing pain and inflammation naturally starts with your ability to move your body and exercise daily. If you notice an injury or pain is slowing you down, take a moment to schedule an appointment in our office today.
How Chiropractic Fits
Our team will work side by side with you to help you to move better. And once you start moving better, everything else becomes easier. Click that link to schedule an appointment here in our office and let’s make chronic inflammation a thing of the past guys. I’m Dr. Emil Tompkins. I’ll see you next. Have a great day.