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5 Habits to reduce your inflammation


Inflammation is a normal response of our body against an infection or injury. It is a part of body’s natural healing system. Inflammation is considerable when you are unwell but it’s not so great when your body turns on by itself. 

It can become harmful to your health if not detected on time. Sometimes inflammation may occur when your immune system start assaulting bodies healthy cells causing autoimmune disease. Chronic inflammation may acquire the diseases including heart disease and diabetes and also spurs weight gain.

Certain foods and lifestyle habits can reduce the inflammation, so here are 5 habits to reduce your inflammation.


Everybody knows that the massage feels incredible, but massage is a lot more than just loosening up your body. Massage lowers the levels of inflammatory stress hormones in the body. Just a 30-40 minutes massage significantly lowers the levels of major inflammation encouraging hormones. Massage helps curtail inflammation by increasing disease fighting white blood cells. It improve the blood flow that abolishes fluid waste from tissues. You can experience the results of massage just after one massage. Even a simple scalp massage can make a good difference.

Dried spices and herbs

Herbs and spices are being used as natural cures to reduce inflammation for centuries. Best herbs and spices which are known to have anti-inflammatory properties include ginger, garlic, turmeric and cinnamon. You can season your food recipes with these beneficial herbs and spices to enhance the flavor of your food while getting their health benefits. You can also try herbal teas, such as green tea also have anti-inflammatory effects. 


Eggs are a remarkable source of vitamin D. Add a daily dose of vitamin D to your anti inflammatory diet. Basically Vitamin D is a hormone. If you don’t have sufficient vitamin D in your body, it can’t put a brake on your inflammation. Low levels of vitamin D in the body is linked to several inflammatory diseases. 

Anti inflammatory foods

Anti inflammatory foods include tomatoes, olive oil, leafy greens (kale, spinach, broccoli and collards), nuts (walnuts, almonds), fruits (oranges, cherries, blueberries, and strawberries), and fatty fish (tuna, salmon, and sardines). These foods contain natural polyphenols and antioxidants which reduce the levels of free radicals. These foods can help reduce your inflammation.


An expanding waistline or obesity is a major cause of inflammation. You can counteract the effects of inflammation by boosting your activity. Least sedentary people have lowest chances of inflammation. Just 20 minutes of activity reduces inflammatory blood characteristics. Exercise promotes better cellular function and diminish markers for inflammation. Best exercises to fight inflammation includes hiking, brisk walk and high intensity work out. You can also practice yoga.

Inflammation inclines to be an underlying condition which is often unnoticed. Continuous inflammation can cause damage to your health and can lead to stroke or heart attack. You can reduce your inflammation and the risk of other chronic illnesses by including above mentioned habits to your daily life. These habits can rebuild your heart health and can impede other inflammatory disease.

To conclude

Doing everything in balance and small steps will help you all. I had inflammation in my body and did not know about it. I had to do a few tests and found out about it. Our body always tells us how it we are doing. We only need to listen to it. So, if you feel an imbalance then make sure you get yourself checked. It’s better to get yourself checked before it becomes worse.

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