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Chronic Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is not a disease in itself but a silent killer known to contribute significantly to various chronic diseases. These include cardiovascular diseases, strokes, diabetes, obesity, certain types of cancer, autoimmune disorders, and more. It is important to note the direct relationship between chronic inflammation and lifestyle choices, diet, environmental factors, as well as the lack of exercise.      


Take this quiz to see if you might be at risk for chronic inflammation, a major health concern.

Provide your answers as Yes/No  

  • Stress: Are you feeling overwhelmed with daily activities?

  • Sleep: Do you regularly get 7-9 hrs of good sleep?

  • Chronic Infections: Do you have open sores, painful red spots, or swellings?

  • Poor Diet: Do you eat processed foods more than fruits and vegetables?

  • Social Isolation: Do you spend a lot of time by yourself?

Answering yes to one or more of the quizzes indicates an increased risk for chronic inflammation. But don’t be discouraged! By taking steps now, you can manage your health, and live a stronger and more fulfilling life at any age. 

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The brain and the spinal cord make up the central nervous system. The spinal cord is essential in relaying information to and from the brain. A total of 31 spinal nerves branch out from the spinal cord, connecting it to the rest of the body and transmitting sensory information back and forth. The spinal cord is about the diameter of a clothesline and consists of grey matter surrounded by an insulating layer of white matter. 

The spinal cord is enclosed within the 33 vertebral bones of the spinal column and its central canal is filled with fluid that flows into the brain. The brainstem, located near the center of the skull, connects the higher brain centers with the spinal cord. It also helps control numerous important involuntary functions and comprises the hypothalamus, which helps regulate hormones that affect the pituitary gland and the substantia nigra, critical for the secretion of dopamine. 

Some disorders are known to have a direct effect on the brain, including strokes, tumours, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. These illnesses present with the characteristic effect of causing progressive loss or destruction of brain tissue.


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