images1 Whats Your Inflammation I. Q.?

Quiz yourself to see how much you know about inflammation and wellness.

1. All inflammation is bad.

_____True _____False

2. What triggers inflammation?

  1. Trauma (injury)
  2. Toxins
  3. Nutrient deficiencies
  4. Stress
  5. All of the above

3. Breathing deeply can help reduce stress’s impact.

_____True _____False

4. One of the best ways to ease the inflammatory effects of trauma or injury is:

  1. Taking it easy
  2. Exercise
  3. Taking pain-relievers

5. If you can’t see a red, swollen area, you don’t have to worry about chronic inflammation.

_____True _____False

 

Answers:

1. False. Inflammation is a natural process which helps the body heal. It’s the chronic (or runaway) inflammation cycle that creates problems.

2. All of the above.

3. True. Breathing deeply helps strengthen the immune system, so the body can resist the impact of stress.

4. (b.) Exercise. Physical activity can ease the imbalance created by trauma or injury.

5. False. Chronic inflammation may be deep inside your body where the redness and swelling can’t be seen.

Courtesy: TriVita, Inc.

Phil Holleman spent over 11 years struggling with major depression. During that time, he learned how important it is to live a healthy life. He created ABoldNewLife.com to help others who are on their journey to wellness.

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