Viruses, parasites, bacteria — the invisible enemy of the body

It is widely known that the top three most common causes of death included cardiovascular disease, cancer and heart attacks. But few know that the fourth place in the “list of deaths” is a parasitic disease.

On the basis of the mass of research scientists have made a shocking discovery – 90% of all chronic diseases are caused by parasites and viruses.

Human body in addition to good bacteria is populated by a mass of malicious micro-organisms: helminths, viruses, bacteria, trapped inside the body because of lack of personal hygiene or due to the deterioration of sanitary and epidemiological situation. At the moment, there are more 150 kinds of such “malicious” things, but their number is constantly growing, and mutating.

On average, 80% of people live in the body of from one to five types of parasites, but within the person can live more than 20 species of parasites simultaneously. Not knowing this, a person can years to heal from chronic diseases, on medication and going to doctors, while the only way out again to lose all health problems is to destroy the parasites, taken possession of the body.

What is a parasite?

Parasites (from the Greek parasites – parasite, parasite) are creatures that live at the expense of their owners, and permanently (or temporarily) residing in the animal or human, through which they feed on. Parasites are viruses, bacteria and disease-causing organisms, parasitic protozoa and insects.

Localization of harmful parasites varied. Contrary to popular belief, the parasites live mainly in the intestine, they can be found anywhere – in the muscles, joints, lungs, brain, blood and even eyes!

Parasites eat the food that is in the human digestive tract, as well as juices and even tissues of the body. In the process of evolution of the parasites of developed properties, increasing the possibility of their penetration into the host organism, as well as exceptional fertility harmful, so that they very quickly spread throughout the body.

The most common and quick way of getting parasites into the body by contaminated food, unwashed produce and poorly processed meat and fish.

Another common method of infestation are Pets in the body which often present several types of parasites. A person can easily become infected with the larvae of parasites from a pet, when stroking and kissing him. It is important to recognize the symptoms of parasitic infection in animals and how to cure the disease in a pet.

On our pages we will examine the types of parasites that occur in humans most often:

  1. Viruses – intracellular parasites. The most prominent: hepatitis viruses, influenza, rabies, herpes, herpes, AIDS, etc. They can “live” in the human body without causing him harm, but can cause dangerous and lethal diseases. Penetrate the most common virus in the human body through the mucous membranes and skin. Fastest viruses the body is exposed to weakened immunity.
  2. Protozoa – fungi and bacteria. Penetrate microorganisms through the mucous membranes and the human skin, causing a lot of unpleasant diseases (toxoplasmosis, Staphylococcus, Salmonella, gonococcus, etc.). Bacteria can thrive more willingly in those organisms where there are appropriate conditions. For example, disturbance of acid-alkaline balance of the skin will provoke the appearance of fungi, intestinal microflora will promote the development of colon Bacillus, etc.
  3. Parasitic worms (parasites) worms, which was to date, more than 150 (pinworm, roundworm, vlasoglavy, beef tapeworm, etc.). The number of species of helminths, parasitizing at the same time in the human body can vary from one to twenty. Parasitic worms can be localized in any part of the body: the skin (dracunculus), in the intestine (pinworms, roundworms), liver (Echinococcus). The worms feed on the food digested by man and start to secrete toxic excrement, causing intoxication of the organism, parasites cause mechanical damage and cause significant damage to the body. Contribute to the infection of worms — the lack of basic hygiene and the creation of putrefactive conditions in the cavity of the digestive tract.

How dangerous are parasites?

A greater number of parasites can provoke a significant number of diseases, some of which can lead to death. Among these diseases:

  • Osteoporosis;
  • Diabetes;
  • AIDS;
  • Anemia;
  • Cystitis;
  • Cirrhosis;
  • Atopic dermatitis;
  • Hepatitis;
  • Infertility;
  • Psoriasis;
  • Cancer;
  • Cardiovascular disease etc.

Treatment of parasites should be approached comprehensively: first, adjust the diet, try to strengthen the immune system. At the same time use traditional ways and de-worming drugs against parasites, which are selected depending on the type of parasites in a strictly individual manner.

Most often, the doctor – the narrow expert is unable to detect the presence of parasites in the body, because symptoms of parasitic infection are similar to other diseases. It is therefore necessary to have knowledge about the parasites that can dwell in the body, and to be able to make their own arrangements for the disposal of hazardous and unwelcome “guests”.