Doctors advise their patients to be cleansed of parasites once a year, preferably in spring (the best time). Experts recommend such procedures, even if you are not able to know about the presence of helminths.
The nature of worms and their variations
The world health organization (who) considers the worms to one of six threat of the causes of human diseases. The worms provoke more diseases than cancer, which is considered the most deadly in the world.
Intestinal parasites can cause obesity because they take away nutrients. As a result, the body requires more calories, thus attempting to replace and replenish the missing nutrients and vitamins.
To eliminate the internal intoxication should remove accumulated waste and parasites in the colon. Otherwise, instead absorb nutrients from the siege of the colon, a person will only absorb toxins from the feces of worms. This is the answer to the question, why 90% of various diseases starts in the colon. At the cellular level the disease is caused by toxicity and nutrient deficiency.
Infection with multiple types of pathogenic organisms contributes to the formation of a wide range of health problems:
- diabetes mellitus;
Worms constantly release toxic products of metabolism, this leads to a decrease in immunity that allows you to understand whether you have worms. Parasites there are in various places of our body. They can live in the stomach (nematodes), small intestine (Toxocara canis) and blind the large intestine (pinworms).
Many people wonder, is not the cause of health problems, the presence of parasites. You should be careful when cooking raw vegetables, fruit, fish and meat. Our body – a breeding ground for various microorganisms, such as parasites of microscopic size: viruses, fungi and tape worms. According to recent epidemiological studies, you can learn that worms live in 80% of the population, regardless of gender and age.
Symptoms and signs of the presence of worms
The most common symptoms of the presence of parasites in humans can vary depending on gender and age.
Symptoms are manifested in different bodies.
For example, to know whether a person has worms, the symptoms of the digestive tract:
- burning and cramping;
- irritable bowel syndrome;
- mucus in the stool;
- food intolerance;
- low or high blood sugar;
- an insatiable appetite or lack of it;
- overweight or underweight.
In most cases infection is asymptomatic. Acute infection is observed after 1-3 weeks after contact with cysts of the parasite in the body. The probability of infection is affected by the age and condition of the immune system.
Adult men and women, symptoms include:
- lack of appetite;
- fermented watery stool with yellow tint;
- a slight fever;
- abdominal pain, often in the region of the gallbladder;
- allergic reactions of various types of rashes and fevers.
The faeces contain no grease, no blood. Children tend to have watery diarrhea.
Changes in the immune system can help to identify worms:
- chronic fatigue syndrome;
- frequent colds and flu;
- chronic rhinitis;
- frequent infection.
Emotional symptoms can also be associated with the presence of worms.
- the feeling of helplessness;
- the hyperactivity in children.
Parasites lead to changes in the muscular and nervous systems:
- memory problems;
- sleep disorders and insomnia;
- the gnashing of teeth.
- loss of hearing and vision;
- pain in the muscles and joints.
In the presence of the worms find their place and external changes:
- skin rashes;
- white spots around the mouth;
- swelling of the lips;
- blue whites of the eyes;
- itching of the anus.
Diagnosis of parasites
Most parasites are diagnosed via stool test is a search under the microscope for eggs of helminths, however this method is unreliable. They can nest in the digestive tract or other organs – like the heart and brain, and only produce toxins in the blood. Diagnosis according to a person’s appearance does not always help to learn about the presence of helminths.
Lately, you can observe the human condition, using the method of phase contrast analysis of living drop of blood. Microscopic examination has long been known, but modern technology allows to learn about the presence and severity of disease in the blood that reflects overall health. Worms have taken the energy, regularly throw out the toxic excrement that spread throughout the body.
The analysis provides an opportunity to learn about other pathogenic aspects: the degree of acidity, as red blood cells responsible for oxygen transport, and to identify the toxins, the level of activity of white cells which protect the body from bacteria and cholesterol, which are the beginning of atherosclerosis and other vascular diseases.
Effectiveness of laboratory tests for the presence of parasites, especially in the faeces, varies from 10 to 40%. Often the patient receives a negative response, when in fact the parasite or its eggs just are not detected in this sample, negative for further treatment. In the case giardiasis in the study of feces the results are almost always negative, because the worms are usually found in addition to the intestines on the soft tissues and organs. This applies to most of the trematodes, round and tapeworms. They live in internal organs, such as lungs, liver, bile ducts, muscles, brain, eyes, vascular system.
To determine exactly how the worms hidden in the body, testing with the camera Mora. This method of diagnosis provides additional knowledge about other aspects of your health. During many years of researches it is established that every person has a unique spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations that can be disrupted as a result of the disease. The examination can find a variety of information that the normal diagnosis is not available. The camera allows you to check to a few thousand toxic bodies, as well as to establish the usefulness of food products and medicines.
Ways of infection with worms
1. Pets and livestock are the most favorite habitat of the parasites. They can also spread through other sources. Potentially dangerous is water of contaminated rivers, lakes, wells, pools and water from the tap.
2. The source of infection may be human or animal. Parasitic infections can enter the body through contaminated fruits, berries, vegetables, water, hands and objects. Once in the digestive system, worms in the adult, rapidly proliferate, irritating the mucous membranes.
3. There are worms in raw food – meat, fish, nuts, unwashed contaminated fruits and vegetables. Transmitted by close contact, most often among children who have a habit of not washing hands.
4. People are overly using antibiotics, which disrupt the balance of beneficial intestinal flora, are becoming a threat for infection.