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Parasites are nasty.
Some are mildly irritating and some are deadly.
Flesh-eating bacteria and brain-eating amoeba are the stuff of nightmares and horror films.
Luckily, cases are rare and with some awareness and preventative measures are generally are avoidable.
A further breakdown labels three specific types of parasites:
Protozoa - which are single-cell organisms that can multiply or divide within a host. These are the amoebas and include Malaria, Giardia and Dysentery.
Helminths - Worms, flukes etc. occupy this category. These include Tapeworm, Roundworm etc.
Ectoparasites - These are the things that live on the host such as lice and fleas.
However, many fungi, bacteria, yeasts, molds, and larvae act as parasites to the human body. In many cases, symptoms of parasites in a body look similar to other illness and may be difficult to diagnose.
Here are 20 physical symptoms that could be the result of parasites:
Please consult a medical professional if you are experiencing any of these symptoms with any severity or if you can't explain why it may be happening.
According to the CDC - Center for Disease Control - Fast Facts taken directly from their website.
Parasitic infections affect millions of people in the United States every year.
They call this NPI's for Neglected Parasitic Infections.
These infections are considered neglected because relatively little attention has been devoted to their surveillance, prevention, and/or treatment. They include Chagas disease, cysticercosis, toxocariasis, toxoplasmosis, and trichomoniasis.
There is as wide of a variety of treatments for parasites as there are parasites.
However here are a few preventing tips that may seem basic but could be life-saving!
These safe practices could be what it takes to live a long and healthy life. These things are all easy enough to do and are part of the good habits everyone should have.
If you suspect you have parasites there are dietary and supplement specifics that you should be following. Here is a brief article on natural parasite cleanse.
Live long and have great health!
Elderberry, also known as Sambucus nigra, has been used for centuries as a natural herbal remedy for those who fall ill.
Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, referred to elderberry as “nature’s medicine chest,” and it has been noted as early as the 5th century BC as a medicinal tonic – forever cementing it as a staple in human nutrition.
But, it wasn’t until recently that we understood WHY it is so helpful to the body. And with this understanding came advanced methods of harnessing the incredible power of this medicinal plant.
Chronic inflammation is one of the most dangerous conditions to affect the human body. The WHO estimates that three out of five deaths worldwide are associated with chronic inflammatory diseases (stroke, cancer, heart disorders, and other conditions and diseases).
Now, that doesn’t mean that everyone who suffers from chronic inflammation is going to die – quite the contrary. But it does mean that it is crucial to identify the condition and address it early before it progresses into a disease or serious health condition.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in five adults in the U.S. live with a mental illness. Many of these people have been prescribed medication to treat conditions such as depression, ADHD, anxiety, and hundreds of other cataloged mental disorders.
But what if these mental illnesses weren’t the result of an imbalance in the brain, but instead were caused by something as simple as a yeast infection?
Well, we are not about to make a ridiculous statement like “All depression is caused by candida” or anything like that, but today we’re going to honestly review what effects an overgrowth of candida can have on your body and your mental health.
Furthermore, we’re going to provide guidance on how to resolve a candida infection.