Low Grade Inflammation

Although we are attentive to our health, particular undesirable conditions in the body may remain unnoticeable for a considerable amount of time. Low grade inflammation is such an example. In its turn, continuous low grade inflammation may cause the buildup of plaque in the walls of arteries. As the plaque develops, arteries become narrow resulting in low blood circulation. This increases the risk of various health problems, for instance: heart disorders, inflammation, infections, respiratory problems, and blindness. For this reason, this is important to cope with low grade inflammation on the early stage.