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Chronic inflammation of the body - what it is, symptoms, treatment

Chronic inflammation of the body is a dangerous inflammation that does not go away for several months to several years.

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Inflammation is your body's natural response to a threat or injury. It is what makes you able to fight various infections such as colds.

The problem arises when your body does not stop sending out inflammatory cells, even though the external threat is long gone. That's when you're dealing with chronic inflammation.

That's a very dangerous condition.

This is a very dangerous reaction of your body, so together with Ilona Krzak, MSc, we will introduce you to its causes, symptoms and potential treatment.

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From this article you will learn:

  • What inflammation is, what types of inflammation there are and why it is dangerous.
  • What causes it and what it is and why it is dangerous.
  • What causes it and how it manifests itself.
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  • In which areas of the body is chronic inflammation most common.
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  • What diseases it can result in and how it is treated.
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What is chronic inflammation?

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Chronic inflammation, also known as long-term, slow inflammation, is a protracted response by the immune system. Your body triggers it, for example, because of a disruption in its function, tissue damage or a violation of homeostasisand.

Most often, chronic inflammation is characterised by an insignificant severity, but occurs over several months or even years. When not treated properly, it can lead to dangerous conditions such as heart disease, type II diabetes and even cancer .

What is the difference between chronic inflammation and acute inflammation?

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Acute and chronic inflammation are two dangerous conditions of the body that at first glance appear similar. Despite this, they are characterised by a number of important differences.

Origorous inflammation usually occurs as the body's response to injury or infection. It is short-lived - lasting from a few minutes to a few days. It can be intense but ends quickly as the body removes pathogens and repairs the damageand.

On the other hand, chronic inflammation is a long-term process that can last weeks, months or even years. It is often the result of an unresolved acute inflammatory response or a condition that causes ongoing irritation, such as chronic illness, long-term infection or exposure to irritantsand.

What leads to chronic inflammation?

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Most body problems have a cause. Chronic inflammation is no different. What leads to it?

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Why does it cause chronic inflammation?

Regular exposure to external toxins such as tobacco smoke increases the risk of chronic inflammation.

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Why does it cause chronic inflammation? 

Autoimmune diseases

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In people with autoimmune diseases, the immune system attacks the body's healthy cells, resulting in chronic inflammation.

The immune system attacks the body's healthy cells, resulting in chronic inflammation.

Chronic stress

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Permanent stress can contribute to the creation of inflammation by affecting the body's immune response.

Inappropriate diet

A diet high in saturated fat, simple sugars and low in fibre adversely affects the body's function.

Diet high in saturated fat, simple sugars and low in fibre adversely affects the body's function.

Obesity

Overabundance of body fat, especially in the abdominal area, is one of the factors in chronic inflammation.

Exposure to toxins

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Regular exposure to external toxins such as tobacco smoke increases the risk of chronic inflammation.

Chronic infections

In some cases, the body is unable to completely rid itself of the infection - this results in prolonged inflammation.

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The body's excessive inflammatory response to pathogens is very dangerous. We all saw this during the last pandemic - people died due to the body's overly strong response that destroyed the lower respiratory tract.
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Ilona Krzak Master of Pharmacy

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Fat tissue itself produces mediators of inflammation. This is why its reduction is so important in the treatment of pre-diabetes, diabetes or circulatory failure, adds pharmacist.

What are the symptoms of chronic inflammation?

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Symptoms of chronic inflammation vary according to its location, severity, and the characteristics of the patient's body. However, there are a few symptoms that are present in most people. What should raise your concern?

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  • Chronic fatigue. A constant feeling of exhaustion that does not disappear even after rest is a common symptom of chronic inflammation. Fatigue most often affects the ability to work normally and carry out daily activities. Chronic exhaustion usually results from the immune system's constant effort to deal with inflammationand.
  • Pain. Pain, especially in joints or muscles, often occurs during chronic inflammation. It can be constant or come and go. In most cases, it is caused by continuous inflammatory factors that irritate the nerves in the affected areasand.
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  • Mood disorders. There is growing evidence that chronic inflammation can have a major impact on mental health. Inflammation affects the brain, contributing to symptoms such as feelings of anxiety and mood volatilityand.
  • Difficulties with concentration. Chronic inflammation affects not only the body, but also the brain. Therefore, it can lead to problems with concentration, memory and other cognitive functions. Sometimes people with chronic inflammation develop what is known as brain fog - a condition characterised by feelings of disorientation and difficulty concentratingand.
  • Sleep disorders. Problems falling asleep, waking frequently during the night, restless sleep or feeling sleep deprived upon awakening can all be associated with chronic inflammation. Typically, it is the restlessness or pain caused by inflammation that can make it difficult to fall asleep, or to get a deep sleepand.
  • Gastrointestinal problems. Chronic inflammation also affects the digestive tract, leading to symptoms such as abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhoea, bloating or nausea. In most cases, it is caused by digestive problems or dysbiosis, a disruption of the gut floraand.

Although the symptoms listed above may indicate chronic inflammation, remember that they can also occur in many other conditions and diseases. These symptoms are quite general and can therefore be associated with many different factors, not just inflammation.

Therefore, if you notice one or more of these symptoms in yourself, you should always consult your doctor. Only a professional medical assessment and possible investigations can lead to a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

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Inflammation is also present during the so-called hangover. Acetaldehyde formed as a result of alcohol metabolism leads to inflammation of the liver, pancreas, brain, gastrointestinal tract and other organs. Therefore, alcohol should be consumed judiciously or not at all.
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Where does chronic inflammation most commonly occur?

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Chronic inflammation can occur virtually anywhere in the body, but there are a few areas that are particularly frequently affected by it. Some of these include, for example, the endometrium, throat, sinuses, vagina, cervix, thyroid, teeth and tonsils.

Gastric

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Severe gastritis is most commonly caused by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which colonises the stomach. Other causes include long-term use of certain agents such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking or stressand.

Symptoms of chronic gastritis can vary, but most commonly include abdominal pain, a feeling of fullness, nausea, vomiting, heartburn and loss of appetite .

Chronic gastritis, if left untreated, can lead to more serious conditions such as ulcers or cancer.

Treatment of chronic gastritis depends on the cause and usually includes treatment of H. pylori infection, lifestyle changes (elimination of smoking, alcohol, stress), possible changes in medication and taking gastric acid suppressantsand.

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Alcohol causes haemorrhagic gastritis. And no, it does not decontaminate the digestive tract as many people assure you.
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Endometrium

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Permanent inflammation of the endometrium usually results from a bacterial infection accompanied by local inflammation. In some women, this condition may produce no symptoms, while in others it leads to unpleasant symptoms such asand:

  • unusual vaginal bleeding,
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  • pain in the lower abdomen,
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  • problems with fertility,
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Chronic endometritis can also cause the formation of endometrial polyps (small outgrowths in the endometrium) and can even lead to the development of endometrial cancer.

Treatment of chronic endometrial inflammation usually includes antibiotics to combat the resulting infection. Sometimes drugs are also used to control inflammatory reactions. In extreme cases, surgical removal of the uterus (hysterectomy)and.

Regular screening, such as cytology, allows for early detection of any endometrial abnormalities.

Throat

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Permanent inflammation of the throat can be caused by many factors. Most commonly, however, it is led by chronic or recurrent viral or bacterial infections, such as tonsillitis.

Symptoms of chronic pharyngitis includeand:

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  • pain or discomfort in the throat,
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  • difficulty swallowing,
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  • hoarseness,
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  • prolonged cough,
  • difficulty coughing,
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  • enlarged lymph nodes in the neck,
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Unmedicated chronic inflammation of the throat, leads to more serious health problems such as sleep apnoea (caused by enlarged tonsils) or chronic infection that can invade other parts of the body.

Chronic pharyngitis is most often treated by fighting the infection (if it exists) with antibiotics and painkillers. Symptomatic treatment with throat rinses, for example, is also used. In more severe cases, where infections regularly cause serious problems, the doctor may suggest removal of the tonsilsand.

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Chronic inflammation can also be caused by consuming drinks or foods that are too hot. This negatively affects the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract, which is an open gateway to infection. The mucous membrane has to constantly regenerate, which in the long term can result in metaplasia and cancerous processes.
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Inflammation

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Severe sinusitis is usually caused by bacterial or viral infections, but can also be the result of allergies or other factors such as nasal polyps or a deviated nasal septum.

Symptoms of chronic sinusitis includeand:

  • chronic rhinitis,
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  • pain or discomfort in the facial area (especially around the forehead and nose),
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  • sneezing,
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  • clogged nose,
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  • loss of smell,
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Some people may also experience additional symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue or trouble sleeping.

Severe sinusitis is usually treated with antihistamines, nasal corticosteroids, saline rinses and, in some cases, antibiotics.

    There are some cases of chronic sinusitis.

    In worse cases, if pharmacological treatment is unsuccessful, surgical treatment may be necessary.

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    Sinusitis can also result from poor dental health - decaying cavities, inflammation.
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    Vaginitis

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    Severe vaginitis, also known as chronic vaginosis, is a condition in which the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina is disrupted, leading to chronic inflammation.

    Most often it is caused by an excess of bacteria of the species Gardnerella vaginalis, which outcompete the naturally predominant bacteria Lactobacillus. This results in symptoms such asand:

    • pruritus,
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    • burning,
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    • discomfort,
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    • unusual discharge,
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    • unpleasant odour,
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    Prolonged vaginal inflammation, especially if not properly treated, leads to more serious health problems such as increased risk of sexually transmitted infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and fertility problems.

    There is no single solution for treating chronic vaginitis - it depends on the cause. However, antibiotics or other antimicrobial drugs are most commonly given to help restore the normal vaginal bacterial flora.

    There is no single solution for chronic vaginitis.

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    In maintaining a normal vaginal bacterial flora, it is also important to have appropriate probiotic therapy.
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    Cervix

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    Cervical chronic inflammation is usually caused by infections, often sexually transmitted, such as chlamydia. Sometimes, however, the cause of chronic cervical inflammation can also be due to inappropriate hormone levels, physical trauma or an allergic reaction.

    Symptoms of chronic cervicitis include discharge, pain during intercourse, discomfort in the lower abdomen and abnormal bleeding. However, many women do not experience any visible symptomsand.

    Chronic cervicitis, if not treated properly, leads to serious complications such as infertility, ectopic pregnancy or an increased risk of cervical cancer.

    Thyroid

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    Severe inflammation thyroiditis -otherwise known as Hashimoto's disease -is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks the thyroid gland, leading to chronic stress on it.

    Unusually the initial symptoms are inconspicuous and vague, but over time they can progress to symptoms of hypothyroidism, such asand:

    • fatigue,
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    • cold intolerance,
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    • constipation,
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    • weight gain,
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    • depression,
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    • concentration disorders,
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    Treatment of chronic thyroiditis usually involves continuous intake of levothyroxine, a thyroid hormone that helps to both control symptoms and prevent possible complications.

    Treatment of chronic thyroiditis usually involves continuous intake of levothyroxine, a thyroid hormone that helps to both control symptoms and prevent possible complications.

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    Some women experience thyroiditis after childbirth. Metabolic disturbances, mood swings or hair loss are some of the symptoms of this condition.
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    Teeth

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    Chronic inflammation of the teeth, most commonly occurs in the form of chronic pulpitis, or pulpitis, or chronic periodontitis (periodontitis).

    Pulpitis is an inflammation of the tissue interior of the tooth caused by decay, mechanical damage or other factors. Symptoms of this condition include.and:

    • pain,
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    • sensitivity to heat and cold,
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    • swelling and redness of the gums around the tooth,
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    On the other hand, chronic periodontitis, also known as periodontal disease, is a condition in which the gums and other supporting structures of the teeth become inflamed. This can lead to bleeding gums, swelling, pain, bad breath and, in advanced stages, even tooth loss.

    The treatment of chronic dental inflammation usually involves dental procedures such as root canal treatment, professional teeth cleaning, following good oral hygiene habits and, in some cases, the use of antibiotics.

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    People suffering from tooth decay should be especially careful - it is a bacterial and contagious disease. It is therefore very often transmitted through kissing, or even activities such as kissing young children or licking a dummy or cutlery.
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    Malarials

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    Chronic tonsillitis usually occurs through recurrent bacterial or viral infections. In some cases, it can also be the result of other problems, such as allergies or chronic irritation.

    Symptoms of chronic tonsillitis include and:

    • long-term sore throat,
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    • difficulty swallowing,
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    • fever,
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    • enlarged lymph nodes in the neck,
    • difficulty in swallowing,
    • difficulty in swallowing,
    • fever.
    • enlarged, red tonsils,
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    The treatment of chronic tonsillitis often depends on the cause. Some people need antibiotics to fight bacterial infections, others need medication to relieve pain and swelling, and the rest need throat rinses.

    There is no need for antibiotics.

    For severe or recurrent tonsillitis, the doctor may suggest tonsillectomy, a surgical procedure to remove the tonsils.

    In what other areas of the body is chronic inflammation commonand?

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    • Joints,
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    • skin,
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    • neural system,
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    • ears,
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    • Achilles tendon,
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    • macica,
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    • gut,
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    • prostate,
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    • pancreas,
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     Why is chronic inflammation dangerous?

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    Chronic inflammation is dangerous primarily because it leads to many diseases. In addition to this, it can also damage tissues and limit the function of the immune system. Moreover, untreated, long-term inflammation can result in organ dysfunction.

    Why chronic inflammation is dangerousand?

    • Tissue damage. Inflammation is the body's natural repair process. However, if it becomes chronic, it can lead to tissue destruction due to the constant attack of the immune system.
    • Inflammation is the body's natural repair process.
    • Chronic diseases. Chronic inflammation can result in many chronic conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, as well as autoimmune or neurodegenerative conditions (e.g. Alzheimer's disease) and some types of cancer.
    • Higher immune system function. If the immune system is consistently stimulated by inflammation, it functions less well, increasing susceptibility to infection.
    • Organ dysfunction. Chronic inflammation can also cause organ dysfunction, for example through fibrosis (excessive connective tissue buildup) in organs such as the heart, lungs and kidneys.
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    Diabetes is a set of diseases that do not occur alone. It usually correlates with being overweight or obese.
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    How is chronic inflammation treated?

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    The treatment of chronic inflammation always depends on the basis of the disease, the patient's current condition, as well as other factors. Nevertheless, there are a few general principles that are often used in this processand.

    • Anti-inflammatory drugs. Agents such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are often the first step in the treatment of chronic inflammation. They inhibit the production of inflammatory mediators that cause inflammation, which can help to reduce unpleasant symptoms.
    • Lifestyle changes.  Incorporating healthy eating habits, regular physical activity, stress management and ensuring adequate length and sleep hygiene are also important elements of treatment against chronic inflammation. These changes can help to boost the body's overall immunity and reduce chronic inflammation.
    • Specific medications. Depending on the cause of the chronic inflammation, for example with rheumatoid arthritis or Crohn's disease, doctors may prescribe specific medications to effectively combat the condition. These may be disease-modifying agents such as methotrexate or biologic drugs.
    • Physical therapy. If chronic inflammation affects mobility, physiotherapy or massage, for example, may be necessary. These methods help to increase the patient's range of motion, muscle strength and general wellbeing.
    • Surgery. In some cases, when other treatment methods prove insufficient, surgical intervention may be necessary. It is not infrequently the definitive method of treatment, reserved for the most critical conditions.
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    Remember to always consult a treatment plan for chronic inflammation with your doctor. Only a specialist can tailor this process to your current condition.

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    Despite appearances, sleep is one of the most important factors for good health.
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    How to detect inflammation

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    Blood tests can help detect chronic inflammation by identifying certain inflammatory markers. The most commonly used tests for this purpose areand:

    • CRP, or C-reactive protein. This protein is produced by the liver in response to inflammation. CRP levels usually rise when there is inflammation in the body.
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    • Biernacki's test (ESR). Test This measures the rate at which red blood cells sink to the bottom of the tube over an hour. A higher result may indicate inflammation in the body.
    • Tests for autoimmune antibodies. These tests can detect certain autoimmune diseases that often cause chronic inflammation. Examples include the rheumatoid factor (RF) test, which is used in the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis.

    Remember that blood tests are only one diagnostic tool, and the results should always be interpreted in the context of other symptoms by a specialist.

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    The CRP indicator is a good marker of inflammation. Usually laboratories report a range of 0-5 mg/l, which is considered the norm. However, it is worth noting that prolonged values above 3.5 mg/l may increase the risk of cardiovascular incidents. Apparently still the norm, but it can already carry negative consequences.
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    On the other hand, it is worth checking the Passer's Reaction together with other inflammation parameters, as it rises slowly and also slowly falls - even over several to several days. Thus, we manage the inflammation and the parameter continues to indicate it. In addition, elderly people or pregnant women may have physiologically elevated ESR levels, advises magister of pharmacy.

    How to reduce chronic inflammation on your own?

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    Chronic inflammation is a dangerous problem that should always be addressed by a doctor. However, if you have already received recommendations, it is worth doing something more to speed up the recovery process. How to reduce chronic inflammationand?

    • Lifestyle changes. Maintaining healthy habits such as regular exercise and getting enough sleep can reduce inflammation.
    • Consider the following.
    • Anti-inflammatory diet. A diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods such as fruits, vegetables, fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids and low in processed foods is beneficial not just for people with inflammation, but for everyone.
    • Manage stress. Practising relaxation techniques and managing stress can reduce inflammation, as stress contributes to its maintenance.
    • Avoiding stimulants. Alcohol, tobacco and other stimulants increase inflammation in the body. Avoiding these substances can alleviate chronic inflammation.
    • Maintain a healthy body weight. Excess body fat, especially belly fat, can contribute to chronic inflammation. Maintaining a healthy body weight can help reduce inflammation.

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    Adequate diet is important for everyone. But for people with chronic inflammation, it gets especially important. What's worth eating when you're struggling with this problem?

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    Why does it work? 

    What to eat? 

    Omega-3 fatty acids

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    Omeega-3 fatty acids have natural anti-inflammatory properties, so they may help relieve chronic inflammation.

    Ome-3 fatty acids have natural anti-inflammatory properties, so they may help relieve chronic inflammation.

    • beef
    • sardines
    • chia seeds
    • walnuts
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    • flaxseeds
    • flaxseed
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    Antioxidants

    Antioxidants neutralise harmful oxidative stress, which can cause inflammation and tissue damage.

    • berry
    • dark chocolate
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    • nuts
    • citrus
    • spinach

    Fiber

    Fiber promotes gut health, which can support the fight against inflammation - especially with autoimmune diseases that are related to the gastrointestinal tract.

    • avocado
    • asparagus
    • full grain cereal products
    • legumes
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    • legumes
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    • flaxseed
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    Probiotics and prebiotics

    Probiotics and prebiotics support gut health by promoting good bacteria, which reduces the havoc wreaked by chronic inflammation.

    Probiotics and prebiotics support gut health by promoting good bacteria, which reduces the havoc wreaked by chronic inflammation.

    • natural yoghurt
    • kefir
    • sauerkraut (sauerkraut, cucumbers)
    • pickles
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    • garlic
    • cucumber
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    Polyphenols

    Polyphenols exhibit potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help protect the body from chronic inflammation.

    • green tea
    • red wine
    • blueberries
    • dark chocolate
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    • olive oil
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    For chronic inflammation, I can recommend the Mediterranean diet. It is rich in fibre and vitamins and micronutrients.
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    Do ice baths work for chronic inflammation?

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    Ice baths are often used by athletes and people with active lifestyles to reduce inflammation and speed up muscle recovery after intense cardio workouts. Although some studies suggest that they may help reduce chronic inflammation, the evidence is still mixed, with most trials looking at short-term rather than chronic inflammation.

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    "Walrus" is nothing more than the deliberate induction of shock to the body and inflammation, in order to mobilise the body and build immunity.
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    Best supplements for chronic inflammation

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    In some cases, you can support the treatment of chronic inflammation with the right supplements. However, remember, that all remedies you take during treatment should be consulted with your doctor. Here are some supplements that may be helpful during chronic inflammation.

    Omega-3 fatty acids

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    The dietary supplement contains omega-3ᵀᴳ, or omega-3 acids in the form of trójglyceridesów. Scientific studies suggest that this form of fatty acidsós up to 2 times better absorbed than the estersós present in many dietary supplements on the market. This means that you are assured of their effectiveness and of supplying yourself with valuable omega acids.

    Fatty acids omega-3 are derived from wild anchovy oil. It is a rich source of healthy fats that are essential for the health of the cardiovascular, immune and nervous systems, as well as the proper function of vision, joints muscles.

    Scientific research suggests that wild anchovies are a good source of healthy fats.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

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    The formula contains a total of 750 mg of EPA+DHA acidsós, which is three times higher than the recommended minimum of 250 mg for the Polish population. Omega-3 TG Premium has studies indicating that its TOTOX is 9, which is a very good result.

    Supplementation of omega-3 fatty acidsóis recommended for anyone who does not eat 1–2 portions (approximately 300 g) of oily fish per week. Children during growth, seniors, physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, as well as patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease also have an increased need.

    Additional information

    The dietary supplement contains omega-3ᵀᴳ, or omega-3 acids in the form of trójglyceridesów. Scientific studies suggest that this form of fatty acidsós up to 2 times better absorbed than the estersós present in many dietary supplements on the market. This means that you are assured of their effectiveness and of supplying yourself with valuable omega acids.

    Fatty acids omega-3 are derived from wild anchovy oil. It is a rich source of healthy fats that are essential for the health of the cardiovascular, immune and nervous systems, as well as the proper function of vision, joints muscles.

    Scientific research suggests that wild anchovies are a good source of healthy fats.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

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    The formula contains a total of 750 mg of EPA+DHA acidsós, which is three times higher than the recommended minimum of 250 mg for the Polish population. Omega-3 TG Premium has studies indicating that its TOTOX is 9, which is a very good result.

    Supplementation of omega-3 fatty acidsóis recommended for anyone who does not eat 1–2 portions (approximately 300 g) of oily fish per week. Children during growth, seniors, physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, as well as patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease also have an increased need.

    Expert opinion

    The dietary supplement contains omega-3ᵀᴳ, or omega-3 acids in the form of trójglyceridesów. Scientific studies suggest that this form of fatty acidsós up to 2 times better absorbed than the estersós present in many dietary supplements on the market. This means that you are assured of their effectiveness and of supplying yourself with valuable omega acids.

    Fatty acids omega-3 are derived from wild anchovy oil. It is a rich source of healthy fats that are essential for the health of the cardiovascular, immune and nervous systems, as well as the proper function of vision, joints muscles.

    Scientific research suggests that wild anchovies are a good source of healthy fats.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

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    The formula contains a total of 750 mg of EPA+DHA acidsós, which is three times higher than the recommended minimum of 250 mg for the Polish population. Omega-3 TG Premium has studies indicating that its TOTOX is 9, which is a very good result.

    Supplementation of omega-3 fatty acidsóis recommended for anyone who does not eat 1–2 portions (approximately 300 g) of oily fish per week. Children during growth, seniors, physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, as well as patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease also have an increased need.

    Natu.Care Omega-3

    Natu.Care Omega-3
    4.6
    • Omega-3 content: 550 mg (220 mg DHA + 330 mg acid EPA)
    • Additional active ingredients: none
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    • Form: capsules
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    • Dose: 1 capsule per day
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    • Sufficient for: 60 days
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    See price
    in the Natu.Care shop
    Product description

    The dietary supplement contains high-quality fatty acids omega-3 from anchovy oil. It is a naturally rich source of healthy fats that are essential for cardiovascular, immune and nervous system health, as well as proper function of eyesight, joints muscles.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

    .

    The dietary supplement contains 550 mg EPA+DHA per daily serving. This is more than double the official recommendations for the Polish population, whichóre suggesting an intake of at least 250 mg per day.

    Supplementation of EPA+DHA is a good way to support healthy sleep.

    Supplementation with omega-3 fatty acidsós is advisable if you do not consume 1–2 portions (approx. 300 g) of oily fish per week. There is also an increased need for physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, seniors, children during growth spurts and patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease.

    Pros and cons

    The dietary supplement contains high-quality fatty acids omega-3 from anchovy oil. It is a naturally rich source of healthy fats that are essential for cardiovascular, immune and nervous system health, as well as proper function of eyesight, joints muscles.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

    .

    The dietary supplement contains 550 mg EPA+DHA per daily serving. This is more than double the official recommendations for the Polish population, whichóre suggesting an intake of at least 250 mg per day.

    Supplementation of EPA+DHA is a good way to support healthy sleep.

    Supplementation with omega-3 fatty acidsós is advisable if you do not consume 1–2 portions (approx. 300 g) of oily fish per week. There is also an increased need for physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, seniors, children during growth spurts and patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease.

    Additional information

    The dietary supplement contains high-quality fatty acids omega-3 from anchovy oil. It is a naturally rich source of healthy fats that are essential for cardiovascular, immune and nervous system health, as well as proper function of eyesight, joints muscles.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

    .

    The dietary supplement contains 550 mg EPA+DHA per daily serving. This is more than double the official recommendations for the Polish population, whichóre suggesting an intake of at least 250 mg per day.

    Supplementation of EPA+DHA is a good way to support healthy sleep.

    Supplementation with omega-3 fatty acidsós is advisable if you do not consume 1–2 portions (approx. 300 g) of oily fish per week. There is also an increased need for physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, seniors, children during growth spurts and patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease.

    Expert opinion

    The dietary supplement contains high-quality fatty acids omega-3 from anchovy oil. It is a naturally rich source of healthy fats that are essential for cardiovascular, immune and nervous system health, as well as proper function of eyesight, joints muscles.

    Scientific research also suggests that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acidsós protects against and supports the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition, omega-3s influence the hydration and appearance of the skinóry and support healthy sleep.

    .

    The dietary supplement contains 550 mg EPA+DHA per daily serving. This is more than double the official recommendations for the Polish population, whichóre suggesting an intake of at least 250 mg per day.

    Supplementation of EPA+DHA is a good way to support healthy sleep.

    Supplementation with omega-3 fatty acidsós is advisable if you do not consume 1–2 portions (approx. 300 g) of oily fish per week. There is also an increased need for physically active people, vegans and vegetarians, seniors, children during growth spurts and patients undergoing cardiovascular treatment and prevention of heart disease.

    Simple composition

    Pharmovit Omega 3 Max

    Pharmovit Omega 3 Max
    4.9
    • Content omega-3 acids550 mg (220 mg DHA + 330 mg EPA)
    • Additional active ingredients: none
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    • Form: capsules
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    • Dose: 1 capsule per day
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    • Sufficient for: 60 days
    • .
    See price
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    Product description

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. Apart from DHA and EPA, you will find absolutely nothing here. It is therefore a great supplement for people who want to supplement their omega acids and do not need any additional active ingredients.

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil.

    The sourceóof the omega-3 fatty acids in the preparation is fish oil.

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    Pros and cons

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. Apart from DHA and EPA, you will find absolutely nothing here. It is therefore a great supplement for people who want to supplement their omega acids and do not need any additional active ingredients.

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil.

    The sourceóof the omega-3 fatty acids in the preparation is fish oil.

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    Additional information

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. Apart from DHA and EPA, you will find absolutely nothing here. It is therefore a great supplement for people who want to supplement their omega acids and do not need any additional active ingredients.

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil.

    The sourceóof the omega-3 fatty acids in the preparation is fish oil.

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    User review

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. Apart from DHA and EPA, you will find absolutely nothing here. It is therefore a great supplement for people who want to supplement their omega acids and do not need any additional active ingredients.

    A simple dietary supplement with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil.

    The sourceóof the omega-3 fatty acids in the preparation is fish oil.

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    With vitamin D3

    Primabiotic Omega + vitamin D3

    Primabiotic Omega + vitamin D3
    4.3
    • Omega-3 content: 600 mg (240 mg DHA + 360 mg EPA)
    • Additional active ingredients: vitamin D3
    • Form: capsules
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    • Dose: 1 or 2 capsules daily
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    • Sufficient for: 60 or 30 days
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    Product description

    The combination of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and vitamin D3 will strengthen your nervous system and eyesight. It will improve your brain function and have a beneficial effect on your cardiovascular system. Thanks to the high dose of vitamin D, supplementation with the preparation will increase immunity and have a beneficial effect on your muscles and bones.

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    Taking the product will also improve your resistance to stress and soothe your nervous system.

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    Pros and cons

    The combination of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and vitamin D3 will strengthen your nervous system and eyesight. It will improve your brain function and have a beneficial effect on your cardiovascular system. Thanks to the high dose of vitamin D, supplementation with the preparation will increase immunity and have a beneficial effect on your muscles and bones.

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    Taking the product will also improve your resistance to stress and soothe your nervous system.

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    Additional information

    The combination of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and vitamin D3 will strengthen your nervous system and eyesight. It will improve your brain function and have a beneficial effect on your cardiovascular system. Thanks to the high dose of vitamin D, supplementation with the preparation will increase immunity and have a beneficial effect on your muscles and bones.

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    Taking the product will also improve your resistance to stress and soothe your nervous system.

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    User review

    The combination of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and vitamin D3 will strengthen your nervous system and eyesight. It will improve your brain function and have a beneficial effect on your cardiovascular system. Thanks to the high dose of vitamin D, supplementation with the preparation will increase immunity and have a beneficial effect on your muscles and bones.

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    Taking the product will also improve your resistance to stress and soothe your nervous system.

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    Good for immunity

    Omega + Vitamin D3 2000 IU

    Omega + Vitamin D3 2000 IU
    4.7
    • Content omega-3 acids: 600 mg (360 mg EPA + 240 mg DHA)
    • Additional active ingredients: vitamin D3
    • Form: capsules
    • .
    • Dose: 1 capsule daily
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    • Sufficient for: 60 days
    • .
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    Product description

    Omega-3 fatty acids with added vitamin D3 in good doses. The preparation fills the daily requirement of an adult for EPA and DHA as well as vitamin D. 

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    This is an interesting combination that canóbe recommended to most Poles. The Ministry of Health recommends everyone to supplement vitamin D3. Omega-3 fatty acids are also on the podium when it comes to deficiencies of active ingredientsós in our country.

    The dietary supplement from the Ministry of Health is an interesting combination that can be recommended to most Poles.

    The dietary supplement from Aura Herbals supports the functioning of the mós brain, proper vision and the functioning of the immune system. The sourceóof omega-3 fatty acids is fish oil.

    The supplement is a dietary supplement from Aura Herbals.

    Pros and cons

    Omega-3 fatty acids with added vitamin D3 in good doses. The preparation fills the daily requirement of an adult for EPA and DHA as well as vitamin D. 

    .

    This is an interesting combination that canóbe recommended to most Poles. The Ministry of Health recommends everyone to supplement vitamin D3. Omega-3 fatty acids are also on the podium when it comes to deficiencies of active ingredientsós in our country.

    The dietary supplement from the Ministry of Health is an interesting combination that can be recommended to most Poles.

    The dietary supplement from Aura Herbals supports the functioning of the mós brain, proper vision and the functioning of the immune system. The sourceóof omega-3 fatty acids is fish oil.

    The supplement is a dietary supplement from Aura Herbals.

    Additional information

    Omega-3 fatty acids with added vitamin D3 in good doses. The preparation fills the daily requirement of an adult for EPA and DHA as well as vitamin D. 

    .

    This is an interesting combination that canóbe recommended to most Poles. The Ministry of Health recommends everyone to supplement vitamin D3. Omega-3 fatty acids are also on the podium when it comes to deficiencies of active ingredientsós in our country.

    The dietary supplement from the Ministry of Health is an interesting combination that can be recommended to most Poles.

    The dietary supplement from Aura Herbals supports the functioning of the mós brain, proper vision and the functioning of the immune system. The sourceóof omega-3 fatty acids is fish oil.

    The supplement is a dietary supplement from Aura Herbals.

    User review

    Omega-3 fatty acids with added vitamin D3 in good doses. The preparation fills the daily requirement of an adult for EPA and DHA as well as vitamin D. 

    .

    This is an interesting combination that canóbe recommended to most Poles. The Ministry of Health recommends everyone to supplement vitamin D3. Omega-3 fatty acids are also on the podium when it comes to deficiencies of active ingredientsós in our country.

    The dietary supplement from the Ministry of Health is an interesting combination that can be recommended to most Poles.

    The dietary supplement from Aura Herbals supports the functioning of the mós brain, proper vision and the functioning of the immune system. The sourceóof omega-3 fatty acids is fish oil.

    The supplement is a dietary supplement from Aura Herbals.

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    Curcuma

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    Best for the liver

    Pharmovit Curcumin + Piperine

    Pharmovit Curcumin + Piperine
    4.9
    • Curcumin content: 237.50 mg
    • .
    • Additional active ingredients: micronized apple pomace, black pepper fruit extract (including piperine)
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    • Form: capsules
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    • Dose: 1 capsule daily
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    • Sufficient for: 90 days
    • .
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    Product description

    Curcumin + Piperine Pharmovit is a dietary supplement that supports liver health, fatódigestion, joints and the immune system. Long Oyster Extract provides up to 237.50 mg of curcumin, while Black Pepper Fruit Extract contains 9.50 mg of piperine. 

    The supplement has no fillers or colourings 

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    Pros and cons

    Curcumin + Piperine Pharmovit is a dietary supplement that supports liver health, fatódigestion, joints and the immune system. Long Oyster Extract provides up to 237.50 mg of curcumin, while Black Pepper Fruit Extract contains 9.50 mg of piperine. 

    The supplement has no fillers or colourings 

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    Additional information

    Curcumin + Piperine Pharmovit is a dietary supplement that supports liver health, fatódigestion, joints and the immune system. Long Oyster Extract provides up to 237.50 mg of curcumin, while Black Pepper Fruit Extract contains 9.50 mg of piperine. 

    The supplement has no fillers or colourings 

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    Plant extracts

    Solgar Turmeric and Cherry Complex

    Solgar Turmeric and Cherry Complex
    4.6
    • Curcumin content: 360 mg turmeric root extract
    • .
    • Additional Active Ingredients: Extract of common cherry fruitós, ginger rhizome extract, quercetin, powdered unprocessed cayenne pepper fruit, BioPerine® black pepper fruit extract;
    • .
    • Form: capsules
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    • Dose: 2 capsules daily
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    • Sufficient for: 30 days
    • .
See price
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Product description

Formula based on plant extracts and substances that are powerful antioxidants. It helps the body fight inflammation and accelerated cell degeneration and death.

The ingredients have a beneficial effect on the health and appearance of the skin and improve the quality of life.

The formula's ingredients show beneficial effects on the health and appearance of the skinóry and improve liver function, as well as enhancing immunity.

Pros and cons

Formula based on plant extracts and substances that are powerful antioxidants. It helps the body fight inflammation and accelerated cell degeneration and death.

The ingredients have a beneficial effect on the health and appearance of the skin and improve the quality of life.

The formula's ingredients show beneficial effects on the health and appearance of the skinóry and improve liver function, as well as enhancing immunity.

Additional information

Formula based on plant extracts and substances that are powerful antioxidants. It helps the body fight inflammation and accelerated cell degeneration and death.

The ingredients have a beneficial effect on the health and appearance of the skin and improve the quality of life.

The formula's ingredients show beneficial effects on the health and appearance of the skinóry and improve liver function, as well as enhancing immunity.

Best for digestion

Sundose° Daily Lightness°

Sundose° Daily Lightness°
4.8
  • Active ingredients: caraway extract, artichoke extract, curcumin, piperine and probiotics
  • Form: capsules + powder
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  • Dose: 1 sachet + 3 hard capsules
  • Sufficient for: 30 days
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Product description

Sundose° Daily Lightness° is a formula thatós supports the stomach and liver, reduces the frequency of gasóing and bloating, and supports optimal digestion. The formula contains no unnecessary additivesós, and the composition of the active ingredients (e.g. curcumin with piperine) mutually enhances their absorption.
The dietary supplement from Sundose comes in two flavour versions: orange and green.

Pros and cons

Sundose° Daily Lightness° is a formula thatós supports the stomach and liver, reduces the frequency of gasóing and bloating, and supports optimal digestion. The formula contains no unnecessary additivesós, and the composition of the active ingredients (e.g. curcumin with piperine) mutually enhances their absorption.
The dietary supplement from Sundose comes in two flavour versions: orange and green.

Additional information

Sundose° Daily Lightness° is a formula thatós supports the stomach and liver, reduces the frequency of gasóing and bloating, and supports optimal digestion. The formula contains no unnecessary additivesós, and the composition of the active ingredients (e.g. curcumin with piperine) mutually enhances their absorption.
The dietary supplement from Sundose comes in two flavour versions: orange and green.

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Vitamin D3

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The best on the market

Vegan vitamin D: Sunny Mood

Vegan vitamin D: Sunny Mood
5.0
  • Content vitamin D32000 IU
  • Form: drops
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  • Dose: 20 drops
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  • Sufficient for: 90 days
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See price
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Product description

Sunny Mood is a certified vegan vitamin D3 thatóre extracted from marine algae. It is a highly researched ingredient thatós safe and effective. The active ingredient is suspended in MCT oil, so you can count on excellent bioavailability. 

The formula is sealed in a dark bottle – you don't have to worry about the supplement losing its properties through sunlight. In addition, the packaging is equipped with a pipette, whichóra makes dosing easier.

Pros and cons

Sunny Mood is a certified vegan vitamin D3 thatóre extracted from marine algae. It is a highly researched ingredient thatós safe and effective. The active ingredient is suspended in MCT oil, so you can count on excellent bioavailability. 

The formula is sealed in a dark bottle – you don't have to worry about the supplement losing its properties through sunlight. In addition, the packaging is equipped with a pipette, whichóra makes dosing easier.

Additional information

Sunny Mood is a certified vegan vitamin D3 thatóre extracted from marine algae. It is a highly researched ingredient thatós safe and effective. The active ingredient is suspended in MCT oil, so you can count on excellent bioavailability. 

The formula is sealed in a dark bottle – you don't have to worry about the supplement losing its properties through sunlight. In addition, the packaging is equipped with a pipette, whichóra makes dosing easier.

Good for immunity

Ibuvit D3 2000 + K2 MK-7 + OMEGA 3

Ibuvit D3 2000 + K2 MK-7 + OMEGA 3
4.1
  • Omega-3 content: 250 mg (200 mg DHA + 50 mg EPA)
  • Additional active ingredients: vitamin D3vitamin K
  • Form: capsules
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  • Dose: 1 capsule per day
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  • Sufficient for: 30 days
  • .
See price
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Product description

A dietary supplement containing omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D3 and vitamin K. The formula supports the immune system, the functioning of the mós brain and vision. Moreover, its regular supplementation has a positive effect on teeth, as well as the use of calcium in the body, whichóry supports the musculoskeletal system. A daily portion provides 2000 IU of vitamin D3, which covers the requirement for an adult. Vitamin D3 supplementation is particularly recommendedólly during autumn and winter.

Pros and cons

A dietary supplement containing omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D3 and vitamin K. The formula supports the immune system, the functioning of the mós brain and vision. Moreover, its regular supplementation has a positive effect on teeth, as well as the use of calcium in the body, whichóry supports the musculoskeletal system. A daily portion provides 2000 IU of vitamin D3, which covers the requirement for an adult. Vitamin D3 supplementation is particularly recommendedólly during autumn and winter.

Additional information

A dietary supplement containing omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D3 and vitamin K. The formula supports the immune system, the functioning of the mós brain and vision. Moreover, its regular supplementation has a positive effect on teeth, as well as the use of calcium in the body, whichóry supports the musculoskeletal system. A daily portion provides 2000 IU of vitamin D3, which covers the requirement for an adult. Vitamin D3 supplementation is particularly recommendedólly during autumn and winter.

User review

A dietary supplement containing omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D3 and vitamin K. The formula supports the immune system, the functioning of the mós brain and vision. Moreover, its regular supplementation has a positive effect on teeth, as well as the use of calcium in the body, whichóry supports the musculoskeletal system. A daily portion provides 2000 IU of vitamin D3, which covers the requirement for an adult. Vitamin D3 supplementation is particularly recommendedólly during autumn and winter.

Soft capsule

Pharmovit Vitamin D3 4000 UI

Pharmovit Vitamin D3 4000 UI
4.6
  • Active ingredients: vitamin D3
  • Packaging: 120 capsules
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  • Daily serving: 1 capsule
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  • Sufficient for: 4 months
  • .
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Product description

Soft oil capsules with vitamin D3 in the form of cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3, known as „the sunshine vitamin” helps with the normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus, as well as maintaining normal blood calcium levels.

Vitamin D3 helps to maintain healthy bones and teethós, the normal functioning of muscles and the immune system. Its supplementation is recommended in Poland, due to a common deficiencyór.

Pros and cons

Soft oil capsules with vitamin D3 in the form of cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3, known as „the sunshine vitamin” helps with the normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus, as well as maintaining normal blood calcium levels.

Vitamin D3 helps to maintain healthy bones and teethós, the normal functioning of muscles and the immune system. Its supplementation is recommended in Poland, due to a common deficiencyór.

Additional information

Soft oil capsules with vitamin D3 in the form of cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3, known as „the sunshine vitamin” helps with the normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus, as well as maintaining normal blood calcium levels.

Vitamin D3 helps to maintain healthy bones and teethós, the normal functioning of muscles and the immune system. Its supplementation is recommended in Poland, due to a common deficiencyór.

Pure composition

Primabiotic Vitamin D3+K2Mk7

Primabiotic Vitamin D3+K2Mk7
5.0
  • Content vitamin D32000 IU
  • Additional active ingredients: vitamin K
  • Form: drops
  • Dose: 5 drops daily
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  • Sufficient for: 180 days
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Product description

Primabiotic Vitamin D3+K2 is an effective combination of two valuable vitamins. These compounds support each other's action, so that your body derives greater benefits from them. Supplemented regularly, this formula from Primabiotic can reduce the risk of bone fractures, support immune system function and take care of calcium metabolism.

Pros and cons

Primabiotic Vitamin D3+K2 is an effective combination of two valuable vitamins. These compounds support each other's action, so that your body derives greater benefits from them. Supplemented regularly, this formula from Primabiotic can reduce the risk of bone fractures, support immune system function and take care of calcium metabolism.

Additional information

Primabiotic Vitamin D3+K2 is an effective combination of two valuable vitamins. These compounds support each other's action, so that your body derives greater benefits from them. Supplemented regularly, this formula from Primabiotic can reduce the risk of bone fractures, support immune system function and take care of calcium metabolism.

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Summary

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  • Prolonged inflammation is a long-term immune response of the body.
  • Prolonged inflammation is a long-term immune response of the body.
  • Factors that lead to chronic inflammation include autoimmune diseases, chronic stress, poor diet, obesity, exposure to toxins and chronic infections.
  • The symptoms of chronic inflammation are the following.
  • Symptoms of chronic inflammation typically include constant fatigue, pain (especially in the joints and muscles), mood disorders, difficulty concentrating, as well as sleep and gastrointestinal problems.
  • Chronic inflammation can occur in various places in the body, e.g. stomach, endometrium, throat, sinuses, vagina, cervix, thyroid gland, teeth, tonsils.
  • Treatment of chronic inflammation depends on the cause and most commonly includes anti-inflammatory drugs, lifestyle changes, physical therapy and in some cases surgery.
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  • You can influence chronic inflammation through lifestyle changes, an anti-inflammatory diet, stress management, avoiding stimulants and maintaining a healthy body weight.
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  • For people with chronic inflammation, a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fibre, probiotics and prebiotics, and polyphenols is beneficial.

FAQ

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. What are some home remedies to reduce chronic inflammation?.

Regular exercise, a healthy dietsufficient sleep can help alleviate chronic inflammation. Including foods rich in omega-3 acids, antioxidants, fibre, probiotics and polyphenols in the diet is also beneficial for people with chronic inflammation.

. Does CBD help with chronic inflammation?.

Yes, CBD (cannabidiol) is often used as an anti-inflammatory. Some studies suggest that CBD oil may help chronic inflammation by reducing the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and modulating immune cell activity.

Nevertheless, further study of this compound is needed for a full understanding of its action and potential side effects.

. Does an unhealthy lifestyle lead to chronic inflammation?.

Yes, an unhealthy lifestyle, including factors such as inappropriate diet, lack of physical activity, stress, smoking or excess alcohol, can lead to chronic inflammation. Among other things, this is related to the production of harmful free radicals and pro-inflammatory cytokines, which contribute to inflammation at the molecular level.

. What skin disease is characterised by chronic inflammation?.

Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a skin disease characterised by chronic inflammation. It manifests as dry, itchy skin and redness, and in some cases can lead to worsening of the skin condition.

The causes of atopic dermatitis include genetic factors, environmental factors and skin barrier dysfunction. The problem is common in children, but can also affect adults.

The problem is common in children, but can also affect adults.

. Does chronic inflammation lead to weight gain?.

Yes, chronic inflammation can contribute to weight gain. Inflammatory processes in the body can interfere with the normal functioning of hormones that regulate appetite and metabolism.

. What are the causes of chronic inflammation?.

Chronic inflammation does not always have a single, clearly defined cause. Inflammation is the body's defence response to a number of different stimuli - both internal and external.

In the case of chronic inflammation, these stimuli occur over a long period of time, which keeps the body in a constant state of readiness. Therefore, the causes of chronic inflammation can range from autoimmune diseases, chronic stress, improper diet, to exposure to toxins or long-term infections.

. Is there a specific diagnostic test to detect chronic inflammation?.

There is no single specific test that can unequivocally confirm chronic inflammation. The most commonly used tests to detect chronic inflammation are tests CRP (C-reactive protein) levels and ESR (Passive Reaction), which can indicate the presence of inflammation in the body.

However, these tests are only indicators of the body's general response to inflammation and not specifically of chronic inflammation.

. Is chronic inflammation always a bad thing?.

Inflammation is the body's natural defence mechanism and when it works properly, it protects us from harmful substances such as bacteria and viruses. The problem arises when inflammation becomes chronic, which is often due to, for example, an unhealthy lifestyle dominated by stress, a poor diet, little sleep and low levels of physical activity.

. Does chronic inflammation always lead to serious health problems?.

Chronic inflammation does not always lead to serious health problems, but usually increases the risk of diseases such as heart conditions, diabetes, autoimmune diseases and some cancers.

Current inflammation can also harm health in a number of other ways, including by damaging tissues and affecting the body's ability to repair and regulate the immune system.

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