The 4 Stages of inflammation

Telltale signs and Symptoms 

Inflammation has been more and more recognized as one of the main causes of most chronic illnesses.

The 4 Stages of inflammation show how Inflammation progresses from "harmless" to "end stage"

In my opinion, there are 4 distinct stages of abnormal inflammation that lead to a succession of chronic diseases and illnesses. Here they are:

Stage 1: Slight Chronic Inflammation

 Symptoms you may feel are:  Fatigue, Insomnia, Brain Fog, “Aches and Pains”, Weight Change, Stress


Stage 2: Moderate Chronic Inflammation

Symptoms you may feel are:  Bloating, Cramps, “IBS”, Recurrent infections (skin, respiratory tract), seasonal Allergies, slight “Allergies”, Eczema, Food intolerances and  -  “sensitivities”, forgetfulness, moodiness, feeling blue or down, confusion, unfocused


Stage 3: Severe Chronic Inflammation

Diagnosable diseases you may “have”:  Severe Inflammation, Chronic Diseases (“of Aging??”), some Depressions and probably some other mental illnesses,  Severe Allergies with anaphylaxis, Autoimmune diseases (Psoriasis, severe Eczema, M. Crohn, Colitis ulcerosa, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, MS and more…), Probably also: Fibromyalgia, Heart disease, Cancer, Obesity, Diabetes, Dementia, chronic Pain, ADD, ADHD, Autism (diseases of “our time”???)


Stage 4: End-Stage Inflammation

 What does that look like?  End-stage Cancer, Severe Bone deformities, End-stage Heart failure, End-stage Dementia, Blindness, Amputations…

The Good News:

Stages 1-3 are reversible if addressed properly. How can you do that? It can be complicated. At DocChristine, we use a comprehensive, root-cause approach, combined with testing and bio-individual nutrition and targeted supplementation.

AIM - The 3 Phases of Recovery

  • A - Assess
  • I - Intervene
  • M - Mentor and Maintain

Take me up on my offer for a FREE call to uncover possible hidden causes for your individual case and to give you a step-by-step plan on how to get back to your optimal health!

  1. What supplements do you use? More for fatigue. Shoulder and neck pain… Please my neck and shoulders hurt badly.

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