Parasites are the hidden diseases that can occurs anywhere in the body, in every organ, in all tissues, and in the blood. These creatures can cause problems that mimic other disorders and are not diagnosed as being parasite related.
Not only do they cause harm by taking nutrients away from their host, they also produce toxic waste (from their excrement and death cycles) that affects the human body including the central nervous system.
1. Sleep Disorders
Parasites affect the nervous system as well, giving rise to sleep disorders. All through the night, the body is hard at work eliminating toxins through the liver.
2. Immune Disorders
Parasites are like leeches, sucking the nutrients out of the body. This results in an immune system that is forced to operate on a lower supply of essential vitamins, minerals.
Teeth grinding, clenching and gnashing of teeth happens at night when the person is asleep. This happens due to anxiety and restlessness caused by the parasites releasing waste and toxins into the body.
4. Skin Problems
Parasites that attack the intestinal tract cause inflammation and considerable skin irritation due to the release of hormones into the body. These in turn irritate the skin causing rashes, eczema and other forms of allergies to attack the skin.
5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Intestinal parasites dig in and fix themselves to the walls of the intestines. This leads to inflammation and irritation of this area that soon leads to cramping and spasms and intestinal blocks.
6. Stomach Disorders
Parasites attack the human body in various ways including causing constipation. Worms are parasites and can actually block the passage of nutrients into the body, and waste from exiting the body at various points in the digestive system.
The lining of the intestines, is their favorite spot. They also have the potential to attack all other parts of the body. Watery, loose stools that are painful to eliminate is one of the more common abdomen problems. The fluid loss if unattended, leads to severe dehydration.
8. Body Ache
As parasites are migratory rather than stationary, they sometimes tend to become enclosed in a cyst like manner in the muscles and even joint fluids. The result is irritation which is the lesser end of the problem; pains and an aching follows that is often mistaken for arthritis.
9. Chronic Fatigue
When parasites invade the body causing the mal-absorption of vitamins, minerals, fats and carbohydrates, the body is left drained of energy. This inevitably leads to acute exhaustion, depression, concentration difficulties and general apathy.
10. Other Symptoms
Parasites can cause a number of other problems apart from the ones previously listed by which an infection may be determined such as food sensitivities, anemia – iron deficiency, viral ear infections, excessive weight gain or loss; restless anxiety; itching of the ears, nose and anus; forgetfulness;
How to Get Rid of It
Self treatment is not the best option for these circumstances. Therefore, conventional testing through the use of alternative medical treatments, may help get rid off the parasites.