In this podcast Francine Jorda talks about how to look at inflammation with curiosity. Often symptoms are like messengers that carry information about what we need to address in other levels of our life: emotionally, mentally, spiritually. Usually we try to get rid of the symptom. Francine invites us to start communicating with our inflammation (meaning “in flame” “on fire”), asking ourselves “Is there a conflict/fire in my life that I haven’t addressed? What was happening at the time of the onset of the inflammation? What is the inflammation preventing me to do? These questions may help us better understand what our inflammation so we know what to do next.
Liz Ross speaks to Lucy about the physical, emotional and mental responses to inflammation. Inflammation on a physical level causes redness, swelling, heat and pain. This is an inflammatory response. On a mental level when cortisol (the stress hormone) is released in large amounts in the human body, it can cause fatigue, stress, social isolation, anxiety and depression which is inflammation.
“Inflammation is a the body’s natural response to pathogens and is an imperative tool for our wellbeing. Although when inflammation becomes chronic, we have to find the root cause to restore balance and homeostasis within ourselves” “Inflammation is the body’s natural response to pathogens and is an imperative tool for our wellbeing. Although when inflammation becomes chronic, we have to find the root cause to restore balance and homeostasis within ourselves”
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