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Inflammation is a localized physical condition that can undermine your health and leave the body parts red, swollen, and painful. In some cases, the immune system triggers inflammation as a healthy reaction to injury or infection. Inflammation that ebbs and flows, when required, indicates a correctly functioning immune system regardless of the redness, swelling, heat, and pain associated with it. However, signs of inflammation that do not go away signify that the immune system isn't working properly. The contributing causes of chronic inflammation can differ from person to person.

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1. Digestive Troubles

Excessive alcohol consumption, use of certain medications, and even vomiting can cause gastritis or inflammation of the stomach. This disorder can cause chronic inflammation, which originates primarily in the digestive tract. Digestive chaos or erosion of stomach lining can easily result in inflammation. Mostly, an anti-inflammatory diet that is high in essential fatty acids can work wonders for the intestinal tract. You can even combat inflammation caused by digestive disorders by using probiotic digestive supplements along with a regular workout.

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