PARASITES: A SERIOUS TOLL ON OUR HAPPINESS by Cathy D. Slaght
PARASITES- and, as it turns out, millions of people are infested- have become an extremely serious health problem.
In fact, there's a bigger parasite problem in America than in Africa.
Few are aware of this AND/OR aren’t all that interested.
But depression continues to be a major epidemic. Could this be because parasites interfere with brain chemistry? (yes)
Turns out they’re a common cause of serotonin deficiency.
Serotonin is also called the “happiness chemical”. When levels are low, one constantly feels depressed, moody, angry.
Parasites can also cause a deficiency in dopamine, the brain chemical associated with reward and pleasure. Dopamine rouses excitement for life. If dopamine levels are low, a person feels dull, unmotivated, indifferent.
As voltage rises, there will be no resonance with all this- BUT- conversely, the parasites can keep voltage from rising.
So- do a cleanse- right?
First - just like every other form of stress, we need to look for the root source cause.
Turns out it could be heavy metal toxicity- particularly mercury. Mercury is the second most toxic substance known to human biology, after plutonium.
If you have heavy metal toxicity- and, like parasites, we can just about assume you do- you probably can’t get rid of the parasites until you address this issue.
HM toxicity can come from dental work, vaccinations, a wide variety of foods- the air we breathe, water we drink…but, don’t be alarmed. Like any challenge, there are always solutions.
But first, just a few possible symptoms/results of heavy metal toxicity-
Low sex drive.
If any of these symptoms strike a chord, the best approach- and, like all problems, there are solutions- might be to start out with some simple changes to your daily routine.
For example- have you been playing the detox link (741 hz) on YouTube at night, while you sleep? It can run for 9 hours- with volume down you won’t even hear it.
Here’s the link again-
If you just can’t get inspired to do this one simple, free, thing-
Cathy D. Slaght