Does Laser Treatment work with Inflammation?

Does Laser Treatment work with Inflammation?

Reducing silent inflammation throughout your body may be the single most important thing you can do on a daily basis to look and feel your best.

6 Warning Signs of Harmful Silent Inflammation

"The Healer" can help if you have inflammation!

As scientists begin to understand the body’s complex systems better, a clearer picture of how everyday, silent inflammation can impact your health is emerging. It’s time we start to understand and start treatment on Inflammation…

Here are six of the most common symptoms:

Memory Impairment:

Research has shown that when the brain is inflamed, memory formation and recall both suffer. Unfortunately, many people start to believe that scattered thoughts and trouble focusing is an inevitable part of aging—but they’re not! Silent inflammation is likely the culprit.

Cholesterol Imbalances:

A growing body of evidence has shown that inflammation triggers increased production of cholesterol. The body attempts to protect the lining of blood vessels and arteries from damage, often leading to harmful levels of build-up and serious cardiovascular issues.*

Elevated CRP Levels:

High levels of CRP are an indication that inflammation is present in your body. The data linking high levels of CRP to increased heart risk has led a growing number of physicians to routinely run a test for cardiac-specific C-reactive protein.*

Aches and Pains:

Silent inflammation creates heightened pain sensitivity in the body, as well as common everyday aches and pains in joints and muscles. If your body feels sore and stiff, systematic inflammation is likely to blame.*

Skin Issues:

Silent inflammation is the hallmark of the redness, itchiness, flaky skin, and discomfort associated with many common skin conditions.*

Digestive Discomfort:

The gut microbiome is sometimes referred to as a “second brain.” And while there are many factors that can disrupt its delicate balance, digestive issues can often be traced to harmful inflammation within the digestive tract.*