Rapid Communication - Journal of Clinical Immunology Research (2022) Volume 5, Issue 3
Chronic inflammation: An understanding and management.
Inflammation is a natural defense mechanism that also aids in the healing process. When the body identifies a foreign particle, it initiates a series of reactions to eliminate it. A foreign body may be a thorn, an irritation, a disease, or could be the aggressor. The body sometimes misinterprets its own cells or tissues as hazardous and autoimmune disorders can result from this reaction. Inflammation, according to experts, may play a role in a variety of chronic diseases. Metabolic syndrome, which encompasses type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and obesity, is an example. Inflammatory markers are frequently elevated in the bodies of people who suffer from these illnesses. Inflammation are of two major types; acute and chronic.Author(s): Mhlanga Kontoyiannis