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Inflammation and the Brain

The inflammation we’re talking about isn’t the type that makes your brain swollen, red, or sore—it’s inflammation on a microscopic level. When cells are in distress, they release tiny SOS signals called “inflammatory cytokines” that can be measured in the blood. Here are just a few of the compelling scientific clues connecting psychiatric disorders to inflammation:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/diagnosis-diet/201712/cooling-brain-inflammation-naturally-food

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