The Link Between Inflammation and Anxiety
It seems like almost everyone in today’s society has some form of anxiety or depression, whether it be mild or severe. Psychology Today has come out with a very interesting article which suggests this could be evolutionary due to our current environment which in turn is causing us to have higher inflammation markers. Our ancestors may have had less depression and stress but there are several things we can do in our everyday lives to help reduce our inflammation which could change your overall health. Read this article to find out more or talk to one of our doctors who can help you find out if your inflammation is the main trigger to your anxiety or depression.
Published on March 31, 2011 by Emily Deans, M.D. in Evolutionary Psychiatry. psychologytoday.com. Retrieved September 4, 2014, from www.psychologytoday.com. Photograph from Dani Stout ancestral-nutrition.com