All of us have inflammation in our bodies. Basically, it's nothing but the reaction of the immune system to any infection, injury, etc. But often, because of some auto-immune conditions, this body's function is interrupted.

Because of this, the body's response mechanism to such infections becomes sluggish, and our immune system continues to become weak every day that passes. Sedentary lifestyles, and in fact, certain foods, are big factors that can cause the body to be damaged.

Unfortunately, if you are unable to control inflammation in a timely fashion, you will become particularly susceptible to certain problems that will make life much more difficult for you.


Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver. It is commonly caused by a viral infection. However, inflammation of the liver can be caused by drinking alcohol - this condition is known as alcoholic hepatitis. That's why you should always limit your alcohol intake, and if you drink, then you should always consume a healthy diet.


Do you know why someone with an autoimmune disease is facing a variety of challenges? This is when the body's immune system is destroying healthy cells. These can be found in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and multiple sclerosis. Unfortunately, with age, it gets more difficult to deal with these diseases.


Allergens can induce inflammation in our bodies and are primarily mediated by IgE-dependent mechanisms. This can cause a pattern of inflammation marked by eosinophils (a form of white blood cell disease) and mast cells. This makes it difficult for the body to fight back these allergens, and you're going to get sick.


Inflammation may make the air passages vulnerable to irritants and asthma causes. In addition, it can close the air passages and make it impossible for air to travel through. Inflammation of the airways can also induce edema of the airway, bronchoconstriction (a disorder in which the smooth muscles of the bronchus contract), vasodilatation (decreasing blood pressure in the blood vessels), and activation of sensory nerve endings.

Celiac Disease

It is an allergic response to consuming gluten because it affects the stomach or small intestine, affecting the ability to take in nutrients. Coeliac disease can cause diarrhea, stomach pain, and bloating.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

An umbrella word that defines conditions involving chronic inflammation of the digestive tract, the most prevalent forms of IBD include Crohn's disease, chronic IBD that affects the lining of the digestive tract, and ulcerative colitis that induces inflammation of the digestive tract.

These reasons should be enough to convince you that inflammation in the body must be properly managed right from the beginning.