Parasites and Stroke Connection
Earlier this year scientist have published that strokes could be related to parasites, according to Indy Posted.
Researchers are finding that people who are chronically infected with a certain parasite seem to be at an increased risk of stroke.
The parasite is Trypanosoma Cruzi and it causes Chagas disease.
A BBC article reported:
Chagas disease is endemic in Latin America. But emigration of millions of people to Europe, North America, Japan and Australia over the past 20 years has also made Chagas disease an emerging health problem in these countries with the potential to cause a substantial disease burden, say the investigators.
One study estimates that more than 300,000 Latin American immigrants with Chagas disease could be living in the US.
Another problem, say the research team, is that many patients with Chagas disease do not know they are infected.
Dr Francisco Javier Carod-Artal from the Virgen de la Luz hospital in Cuenca said a recent study showed that in just under half of Chagas patients treated for a stroke had not yet been diagnosed with the infection.
Those of us who have been dealing with parasite infections have succumb to increasing evidence that diseases may stem from a parasite infection and hidden pathogenic co-factors; such as, bacterium and fungi as infective organisms. It was Hulda Clark who brought this to the general public for exploration.
Scientific research has been looking into this area with concern, but medical training of physicians or treatment has been slow to respond. For instance, there have been links to asthma and lung infection by roundworm infection; OB/GYN, infertility, or STD problems could be a parasite or fungus infection; general gastrointestinal problems or IBS are usually parasitic; years of research have shown that schizophrenia has been related to parasites; AIDS/HIV patients have been evaluated with parasites; and there are many other diseases related to parasites that have been published. A treatable condition or disease are often treated with other medications rather than an anthelmintic to address these problems.
Bottomline, parasites decrease immunity levels over a period of time that can cause diseases. Many people don’t realize that they are infected, because people can be asymptomatic or feel slightly unwell while parasite colonies flourish. Therefore, it does make sense to treat parasitic infections and co-factors through herbal cleanses on a regular basis instead of treating symptoms to mask the problem.
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