Listen: George, Fever, Inflammation discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Of these simple generic steps. How long does it take normally for a bruise a bump type Bruce take to go away? And he well depends on how deep it is depends on the nutritional status. It depends on how fragile row strong the tissue is, but it it begins to heal George as soon as as soon as the wounded takes place as soon as the the tissue is wounded. That's when the healing process begins that is so cool that fast, I instantly. In fact, the the swelling, and inflammation and the pain they're the manifestation of healing process. It's the beginnings of the healing process. And when we take an anti inflammatory drug, which many are the best selling drugs among the best drug. Guess what we do we shut down the healing process. That's right. The inflammatory inflammatory system. Inflammatory chemistry is the first stage of healing. So you take your Motrin or your Napper center. Your your Advil, your aspirin, whatever it is. And you're suppressing the healing process. You keep healing from occurring. Which of course, means you stay on the drug. This is why anti-inflammatories or among those toxic of all drugs. The press healing. How about fevers aren't fevers generally good for you actually same idea? A fever is part of the body's healing process. See somewhere along the road, George we lost respect for the human body somewhere. Probably in the middle ages in the high middle ages. We we lost the understanding that the body has all of these mechanisms for a reason that the body is the most intricate and highly advanced machine on the planet in the universe perhaps. And we somehow along the way lost respect for doc wallet.."