Fast Ways to Reduce Inflammation

Fast Ways to Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation can be caused by various things — from your eating habits to the human body’s natural response to healing wounds. Inflammation occurs when your white blood cells, immune cells and cytokines increase production to fight illness, injury or infections. When these cells start producing, they help treat whatever injury has occurred. 

When inflammation becomes chronic, however, it can be dangerous and unhealthy. Although inflammation can occur for various reasons, there are just as many ways to reduce inflammation by eating an anti-inflammatory diet and taking medication for any injuries or infections. For more ways to reduce inflammation, explore the tips below.

Reduce Inflammation Quickly by Recognizing the Symptoms

If you let inflammation go uncontrolled, it can harm your body. Unhealthy diets, toxins, stress and wounds that aren’t cared for correctly are all reasons why inflammation can become harmful. Inflammation can cause chronic diseases by damaging organs such as your heart, pancreas and bowels, facilitating irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, diabetes, heart disease and more. 

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The following symptoms will let you know your body is not feeling well and that you could have an arising problem with one of the aforementioned chronic diseases:

  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea 
  • Painful/aching joints
  • Unnatural strong fatigue
  • Fever

Eating anti-inflammatory foods and getting proper exercise help reduce the risk of inflammation. Many processed foods increase inflammation, especially if you are prone to chronic inflammation. Reducing inflammation quickly by keeping your diet on track with healthy foods and maintaining a workout regimen is the ideal strategy. Even if you are not consciously aware of the inflammation in your body when you don’t eat right or exercise enough, your body will still be in a constant state of repair, increasing the risk of inflammatory diseases. 

IV drips can also help decrease inflammation with specialized mineral combinations made to stop the harmful effects of chronic inflammation. IV drips can boost energy, counter unhealthy amounts of chemicals in your body and get your body back to a natural state where white blood cells, immune cells and cytokines are produced in safe amounts.

Fast Ways to Reduce Inflammation

While IV drips are a more immediate way to decrease the harmful side effects of inflammation, keeping your diet healthy and exercising consistently will help reduce inflammation on a more long-term basis. These actions won’t work as quickly as IV drips, but these lifestyle changes will be beneficial in your overarching strategy for reducing inflammation. 

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Even if these things are habitual for you, you may want to take a second look at what you are regularly consuming. An anti-inflammatory diet of whole foods can reduce inflammation and even lower the risk of heart disease, diabetes and dementia and slow the aging process. We all want to live longer, which means these dietary ideas should be in everyone’s mindset when creating a healthy way of living. You may not have to wait long to see changes in your body start happening, either. 

Following a few new dietary steps could help you feel more energized, healthy and happy in your life. Many people know salads are generally good for them, but just how healthy are they? Making salads and greens such as kale a part of your daily diet can provide numerous benefits for your body, helping you regain beneficial functionality and reduce fatigue. 

Salads give you a giant leap forward in reducing inflammation thanks to their full menu of antioxidants and bioactive compounds. Daily consumption could help prevent new inflammation from being created.

Eating fiber-rich snacks and drinking non-sweetened beverages such as water can also prevent inflammatory cells from forming. In contrast, refined carbs and sugars often keep your body wanting more food, as they don’t provide all the nutrients you need. Eating processed foods may also contribute to irritability and cravings for more of the same processed or overly refined products. 

Eating fiber-rich snacks can prevent inflammatory cells from forming.

Other food items that can help lower your risk of inflammation include: 

  • Green tea
  • Garlic 
  • Vegetables 
  • Fruit 
  • Fatty fish
  • Nuts
  • Peppers
  • Spices
  • Kimchi
  • Miso
  • Yogurt

These are just a few foods you can include in your daily diet to help your body maintain healthy levels of needed chemicals and create a stronger barrier in your gut.

IV Therapy for Inflammation

IV therapy is used for many purposes, such as relieving inflammation, pain, symptoms of autoimmune conditions and more. If the above dietary methods are not working or you need quick relief from your inflammation, trying an IV package is often the next logical next step for getting your health under control. 

Our IV packages include numerous medications, minerals, vitamins and more that help your body lower inflammation production. Some of these components include magnesium, antioxidants, vitamin C and calcium. Many people may turn to biologic medications when seeking relief from certain ailments. These medicines are made from living organisms such as plants, animal cells and microorganisms, and they create proteins the body needs to reduce the production of harmful cells.

However, because many of the proteins used in biologic medicines deteriorate and become void of any beneficial properties while traveling through your digestive system, IV therapy is an excellent alternative for receiving the same benefits. When IV treatments disperse directly into your bloodstream, they can act fast and immediately start working to help your body regain control over inflammation. You may begin feeling the effects immediately after receiving a drip, or it may take more time depending on your specific case.

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Mobile IV Medics is focused on supplementing your health and conveniently serving your IV needs. We come to you whether you are at home, in the office, in a hotel room or elsewhere, and we provide our services with a Registered Nurse on-site. If you are looking for fast inflammation relief but do not have the time, energy or resources to go to the hospital, contact us and we will bring your desired IV package for regaining a healthy body. We can help with any situation you may be in, including hangovers, flu, colds, migraines, chronic pain and more.

We cover many areas in various states, so check us out and see if our services are available near you. Your health is important — don’t wait until it’s too late to start caring for yourself. Act now by giving your body what it needs to remain healthy and prolong your longevity.

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About the author

Dr. Nick Walter
Nick Walter, MD

Nick Walter, M.D. is a licensed medical doctor and co-owner of Mobile IV Medics. Dr. Walter is board certified in family medicine and geriatrics. Prior to Mobile IV Medics, Nick worked as a primary care geriatrician. He holds a doctorate in medicine from the University of Arizona, a family medicine residency from St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ and a geriatrics fellowship from the University of Arizona.