If you feel pain and inflammation in your joints, you may be one of six million Canadians (that’s one in five) suffering from arthritis. There
Address the root cause of age-related issues affecting your brain and body
Aging is part of life, though it comes with its share of concerns.
Inflammation and aging go hand in hand. Whether you are dealing with forgetfulness or memory loss, joint pain, or not feeling as sharp as you used to, these are all normal signs of aging.
The underlying factor each of these issues have in common: inflammation.
Inflammation and Aging
The inflammatory response is part of our body’s natural defenses, serving to protect us from harm like infection or injury. But as we age, the process to turn off inflammation becomes less effective, leading to chronic inflammation which has negative impacts on the cells in our body, including the brain and joints.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month as declared by Alzheimer’s Disease International. Although some diseases can cause dementia, Alzheimer’s disease accounts for over 80% of dementia
People brag about being able to function on minimal sleep. However, sleep is one of the most essential components of learning. Obviously, proper sleep helps