Everybody goes through problems in some shape or form in their lives. If they don’t, well, they just haven’t lived, have they? It goes without saying that when a person goes through any kind of discomfort in their lives, they almost immediately look for remedies to help them solve their problems in the best possible way.
According to the CDC (Centre for Disease Control and Prevention), 23% of America’s population suffers from arthritis. This means that more than 54 million people in America face some kind of discomfort on a daily level because of arthritis. (Source – https://www.cdc.gov/arthritis/data_statistics/arthritis-related-stats.html)
Inflammation is a vital part of the immune system. It conveys the message to the brain and nervous system when any injury minor to major happens. It signals the immune system to heal and repair the damaged cells and tissues to help the body fight against harmful invaders such as viruses and bacteria.
Three out of five Americans suffer from diseases directly related to chronic inflammation in the body. In recent times, when it comes to the discussion of maintaining an overall healthy state of body and mind, chronic inflammation has consistently been coming up.
Pain can be a cause of several health issues, such as infection, muscle strain, arthritis, migraines, and diseases such as cancer, to name a few. If untreated, pain can cause changes in your physical and emotional health, such as depression, anxiety and sleep problems.
Inflammation is your body’s natural response. It can either be protective or might be indicative of the presence of chronic or severe disease.
CBD is believed to be highly anti-inflammatory. In this article, we will explore the various aspects of inflammation and how they interact with CBD.