This balance is usually kept in check in a normal functioning system. When it become imbalanced chronic inflammation can result. When things get really out of hand cancer, cardiovascular, Alzheimer, neurological, arthritis, autoimmune, diabetes, and pulmonary diseases begin to run rampant.
Keep inflammation in check by
- Correcting any intestinal permeability issues
- Lay low on wheat and dairy products
- Consider food allergy testing
- Avoid nightshade foods
- Supplement with Fish oil (EPA/DHA)
- Add turmeric to your foods try the Fibromyalgia Soup
- Try rosemary Extract it helps block the synthesis of leukotrienes that cause inflammation.
- Try basil leaf extract it helps boost the body's natural anti-inflammatory chemicals.
- Try green tea leaf extract it increases the body's own anti-inflammatory activity.
- Try ginger root extract which reduces inflammation and helps regulate the inflammatory system.
- Try Chinese goldenthread root which reduces the activity of PG-2 and increases the activity of PG-1 and PG-3.
- Try barberry root extract which helps regulate prostaglandins.
- Try Baikal skullcap root extract that reduces inflammatory chemicals.
- Try Protykin polygonum cuspidatum extract that reduces inflammatory chemicals, including PG-2, and is a potent antioxidant.
- Add Gluscosamine and chrondroitin supplements that help eliminate pain and stiffness.
- Add boswellia supplements which reduce pain and inflammation.
- Try bromelain supplements which blocks inflammatory chemicals and digests exes fibrin, a chemical implicated in osteoarthritis. Must be taken on an empty stomach.
- Add D-ribose which help increase depleted ATP levels in the body.
- Exercise regularly to keep joints moving.
- Try to loose excess weight.
- Check for hypothyroid.
- Pursue deep-tissue massage for relieving aching, locked, or immobile joints.
Best of all you can try these supplements at your discretion. Sometimes patients with fibromyalgia experience sensitivities to supplements and medication. Find what combination works best for your overall well-being.