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End Autoimmune Inflammation With Amber

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What makes Autoimmune Inflammation Different from Inflammation?  

Inflammation is a necessary and vital response of the immune system whenever the body is being attacked. It is the body's way of healing itself in the aftermath, and we need it to protect ourselves from viruses, parasites, fungi, and bacteria by repairing the damaged areas. It would be disastrous if we never had a inflammatory response as it would invite infections that could become deadly. The four characteristics often found in inflamed areas  are swelling, redness, heat, and pain that occur because of the activity of proteins, like cytokines, that signal phagocytic cells and antibodies to destroy the enemy. Pretty cool our body is equipped its very own soldiers, right? 

 We need this response to a degree when it is needed, but inflammation can take a toll on the body for the worst when it is chronic or when the cell soldiers are attacking themselves rather than the invaders like they are supposed to do. The latter occurs in autoinflammatory diseases where it a direct result of the body, for some reason, treats "self" as "non-self invaders" and attacks its own tissues which causes a higher level of inflammation. This happens because the immune system is not functioning as it should. Overtime the "soldiers" of the body that normally help us cause damaging effects to a multitude of areas where disease is later formed.

What Are the Types of Autoimmune Diseases?

The Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) found that nearly 50 million Americans suffer from a form of autoimmune disease. There are nearly 90 types of autoimmune diseases that we know of, and it is not unusual to suffer from more than one of them. Here is a list of the most common types and how they happen:

Autoimmune Disease
How it Occurs
Alzheimer's
Chronic inflammation in the nervous system affects brain cells
Anemia
Inflammatory cytokines invade the area where  red blood cells are made in the bones
Asthma
Inflammatory cytokines cause an adverse reaction to the airway lining.
Arthritis
Cytokines  injure joint cartilage and destroy synovial fluid production
Celiac
Chronic inflammation of the intestinal lining
Eczema
The liver and gut are inflamed, resulting in obstructed detoxification
Fibromyalgia
Connective tissues are inflamed
Fibrosis
Inflamed cytokines fight traumatized tissue
Gall Bladder Disease
Bile duct is inflamed or gut is inflamed to the point high levels of cholesterol are produced
GERD
The esophagus is inflamed
Hashimoto's
Chronic inflammation that start in the gut
Heart Attack
Long term inflammation of the heart or arteries lead to coronary atherosclerosis
Kidney Failure
Inflamed cytokines constrict proper circulation and injure tubules/nephrons of the kidneys
Lupus

Cytokines attacking connective tissue

Multiple Sclerosis

Inflammatory cytokines attach myelin

Neuropathy

Cytokines attack vascular and connective tissue as well as the myelin.

Pancreatitis

Cytokines attacking the Pancreas

Psoriasis

Chronic inflammation of the liver and gut plus decreased detoxification and increased cell production

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Cytokines attacking the joints

 

 

There Are Natural Autoimmune Inflammation Treatments

While each of these autoimmune diseases are different and mat have different symptoms, there is one thing they all share in common: chronic inflammation. A lot of the issues people who suffer from them see or feel an issue because of it. Knowing that, the goal of treatment is to alleviate the symptoms of inflammation and pain that come with any chronic disease. Although there is yet to be a complete cure for autoimmune disease, the symptoms can be eased, and for some, eliminated. There are dozens of over-the-counter or prescription pills and cream available for someone to use to ease the swelling the discomfort. Nonetheless, medication is not the only form of treatment a person is must have.

Baltic Essentials Amber Necklaces are a natural autoimmune inflammation treatment for these types of diseases. As appealing as the necklaces look, they are specially designed to help you fight pain and inflammation. Amber is made from fossilized tree resin, known as succinic acid, that can provide an analgesic effect to alleviate the pain. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties that will decrease or get rid of the swelling. There are also bracelets available for those who want to rock the healing jewelry on their arm instead, or use both.



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