Clinic of Complementary and Osteopathy Medicine
What is a human parasite? FAQ
WHAT IS A HUMAN PARASITE?
Parasites are organisms that live on or inside the human body and compete with human cells for nutrients. They range in size from microscopic amoebas and large intestinal worms. Parasites excrete toxic wastes, depress body and organs functionality, initiate many deseases.
HOW MANY TYPES OF PARASITES CAN LIVE INSIDE US?
There are over 100 types of parasites that can live in our body. Worms are divided into two major groups:
flatworms (including tapeworms and flukes) and roundworms (including threadworms, pinworms and hookworms).
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE REASONS FOR GETTING PARASITES IN OUR BODY?
Body parasites maight begin from bad posture.
The lymphatic system is a sewage system, but if the spine has deformation by neglect and abuse it becomes a
cesspool for parasites. When it is clean and normal we are well and happy. Let it stagnate and it will distill
the poisons of decay it will good place for parasites life, fermentation, and putrefaction into the blood,
parasites in the brain and parasites in the nervous system so that we become mentally depressed and irritable; it
will parasites in the heart so that we are weak and listless; parasites in the lungs so that the breath is foul; parasites
in the digestive organs so we are distressed and bloated; and parasites in the blood so the skin is sallow and unhealthy. In
short every organ of the body is poisoned, and we age prematurely; look and feel old; the joints are stiff and painful; neuritis,
dull eyes, and a sluggish brain overtake us; and the pleasure of living is gone. Body to ready to invite the parasites for living
WHO HAS PARASITES?
Parasites likely infect everyone at some time. It's estimated that as many as 85% of the world's population
is affected. It's believed by some scientists that parasitic infection is more responsible
for diseases like cancer, diabetes, liver dysfunction, even HIV infection, and others, than traditionally
According to the latest World Health Organization research studies, parasites have been found in the bodies of all of those who suffer from chronic conditions
WHERE AND HOW WE CAN GET PARASITES
• international travel
• contamination of municipal and rural water supply
• influx of refugees and immigrants from endemic areas
• popularity of household pets
• increasing popularity of exotic regional foods
• use of antibiotics and immuno-suppressive drugs
• spread of AIDS
• undercooked meats and raw fish
• ingestion of improperly washed fruits, vegetables and grains
• physical and chemical toxins and pollutions