It is yet another disease that seriously harms the human body. A lot of people have parasites, but, as they are not aware of their presence, they don’t get treated, either. To a patient who gets to the physician, complaining of chronic fatigue, inguinal or vaginal inflammation, or Candida and of many other symptoms, as well, the allopathic physicians will prescribe a treatment without thinking that parasites may be the cause of these symptoms. If, after following the prescribed treatment, there has been no improvement, the patient shouldn’t persist in prolonging it, but he or she should look for another cause of the disease.
According to statistics, there are 25 million cases of patients with parasites in the world annually. The invisible parasites, as parasites are also called, are of two types: parasitic worms and protozoans. The various types of parasitic worms settle in the body and feed on the food they find on the intestinal walls. The presence of intestinal parasites gives birth to many secondary effects in the body; but people are also infested by protosoans. These latter ones settle in the body and, owing to their particular structure, they multiply very fast and they affect the immune system very seriously. (If they are not found in time, they settle in the cells and make it harder for the immune system to form channels for the elimination of toxins.) What causes this disease is the lack of personal or collective hygiene. Other cause is the infested source of drinkable water; dirty fruit and vegetables; improperly cooked meat and many others foodstuffs that are not appropriately disinfected before consumption.
The human being with a perfect immune system will not let these parasites settle in the body but, as the planet is extremely polluted, a perfect immune system is a utopia. There is a large symptomatology associated with this disease and, unless we are careful enough to eliminate the various symptoms and get to the cause, the body will be seriously damaged. The presence of parasites affects the intestines, causes headaches, abnormal bumps in various parts of the body and pains, malodorous urine and feces, burning, constipation, perianal itching, vomiting, weakness or hyperactivity. The parasites deprive the human body of energy; the human being experiences chronic fatigue and even depression. Other symptoms include high fever, nocturnal perspiration, loss of weight, loss of appetite, reddening of skin, shivers, arthritis, allergies, Crohn disease, colitis, food poisoning, anemia and insomnia. In women, parasites can cause infections of the uterus, vagina or others conditions of the genital apparatus. The parasites may also destroy the stomach walls and let the toxins infiltrate other parts of the body.
The patient who displays such symptoms and who has a diagnosis clinically proven and backed by the specific analyses must go to the traditional medicine practitioner who will assess his or her condition and will decide upon a treatment of acupuncture, hydroalcoholic extracts of medicinal herbs; a healthy diet and an appropriate lifestyle, all of which will ameliorate the problem until the complete recovery.