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Parasite Infections & Bioresonance

digital illustration of a parasite

Parasite Infections

Statistics show that approximately 60% of the global population is infected with at least one parasite in their body. In most cases, the human body is host to multiple parasites. The World Health Organization’s regional office for Europe identifies the top 3 parasitic diseases as lumbricoides, trichiura and hookworms. Each of these diseases affects up to 1 billion, 795 million and 740 million people respectively. Despite parasite infections being more rampant in Africa, East Asia and the Americas, it’s potential to wreak havoc in Europe should not be undermined.

Given the dominance of parasitic infections in the human body, it is safe to say that everyone is at risk of being host to parasites. If the statistics of parasite infections were applied to any other diseases, a global pandemic warning would have been issued long ago. However, due to the variety of parasitic infections and with no apparent threat of death, this medical condition has been able to enjoy a relatively low profile. Most parasite infections can remain dormant in the body for a prolonged period of time without causing any distress to its host. Therefore, the absence of any symptoms is not a reliable test to determine the existence of parasites within the body.

Symptoms

Although parasites mostly stay in the body with no indication of its existence, the body can start to display symptoms when it becomes agitated. While different parasites possess certain unique symptoms, there are a few tell tales signs that accurately indicate the presence of an infection.

  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Bloating
  • Excessive gas
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Rashes or itch
  • Fatigue
  • Stomach pain
  • Weight loss
  • Worm in stool

An accurate diagnosis of parasite infection requires a considerable amount of expertise, as these symptoms are commonly shared with other forms of illnesses as well. Usually, doctors categorize patients who have traveled overseas or experienced unexplained weight loss in the high-risk group.

Treatment

The most effective treatment method for parasite infections is through regular medication that spans over several weeks. These prescription medications help to purge parasites from the body but some have been known to contain side effects.

As most patients frown upon medications with adverse side effects, there is a general preference for treatment methods that possess no threat to their health. Bioresonance therapy competently fulfills this criterion. This complementary treatment analyses individual health to create a division between healthy and unhealthy elements. Bioresonance therapy essentially magnifies the healthy elements while cancelling out the unhealthy group. This process helps to eradicate parasites from the body and promote general health and wellbeing.

To watch a video on how it works visit https://youtu.be/Ly2n8lFZMeM

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