When inflammation does not move out of the injured area the area can become stagnant and change the fluidity in the area. The cells begin to modify and harden. It then becomes more difficult to remove inflammation and in fact it may need to be pushed out of the area.
Systemic inflammation from long term stress produces by increased cortisol levels.
Chronic inflammation is almost always accompanied by tissue destruction.
Inflammation which runs unchecked can also lead to a host of diseases, such as hay fever, atherosclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
We witness inflammation in all disease states named with “sis” or “tis” on the end. Endometriosis, colitis, etc.
Inflammation is normally tightly regulated by the body.