Chinese medicine says "get angry"! What is going on? Does getting angry mean inflammation?
Can taking anti-inflammatory drugs relieve it?
【一】The symptoms of "getting up" and "inflammation"
On fire is divided into two types: real fire and virtual fire. Real fire is common in acute inflammation, while virtual fire is more common in chronic inflammatory diseases.
Acute inflammation most often presents uncomfortable phenomena such as redness, swelling, heat, pain, etc. However, the symptoms of chronic inflammation and virtual fire are different from acute, so they are often ignored.
There are many diseases that can cause false fire. The most typical situation is in chronic patients with a long course of disease, such as cancer, three high diseases, Pulmonary tuberculosis, etc.
 The difference between "inflammation" and "inflammation"
Immune inflammation and chronic diseases often have symptoms of inflammation. Inflammation There are two types, one is inflammation caused by foreign body infection, which can produce typical symptoms such as redness, swelling, heat, and pain.
And the immune systemOr inflammation caused by chronic diseases, such as diseases of the autoimmune system, including: lupus erythematosus, ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, allergic diseases, or chronic hepatitis, etc. Even if there is no wound, this inflammation There is an inflammatory reaction, and the symptoms are also very diverse, not limited to redness, swelling, heat, and pain.
So, inflammation is not exactly the same as getting angry. On the other hand, some people get angry, not necessarily inflammation, such as getting angry by staying up late for a few days As long as you pay attention to regulating your diet, you will be able to calm down by returning to your normal work and rest. Even if there is inflammation in the body, it will have little effect on health.
 What will happen to the long-term false fire?
Some inflammation accumulates for a long time, and it is indeed easy to cause fineCell degeneration, and prone to cancer. For example, chronic inflammation of the liver can easily lead to liver cancer, but other parts that have not been empirically studied are currently unable to determine whether this will be the case. In addition, cells must also undergo chromosomal mutations before they become susceptible to cancer. Not chronic inflammation will inevitably cause chromosomal mutations and cause cancer.