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The immune system triggers inflammation in reaction to injury or infection. In this regard, it is a healthy part of natural recovery. When inflammation develops for this reason, it indicates a correctly functioning system, but signs of inflammation that do not go away, or develop without a legitimate trigger, signify that the immune system is not working properly. The causes of chronic inflammation differ from person to person.

 

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1. Digestive Troubles

Excessive alcohol consumption, GI tract conditions, certain medications, and vomiting can cause gastritis or inflammation of the stomach and can lead to a chronic issue. Erosion of stomach lining can also result in inflammation. An anti-inflammatory diet that is high in essential fatty acids can help ease this symptom, though some people may require additional medical intervention.

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