Hormone Problems?

A large majority of the American people are suffering with hormone problems. This includes men as well as women… and the cause may be parasites.

Parasites are organisms that live inside us. Since these parasites are unable to produce food, they depend on us for their survival. Unfortunately, parasites harm human beings because they consume our food and nutrients, they can destroy our tissues and cells, and they produce toxic waste products that can make us very ill. These toxins can mimic many symptoms that lead us to believe we have many different diseases.

So, you might ask, “What does this have to do with hormones?” Well, I’ll tell you. It all has to do with sleep. You see, in order for the body to produce hormones, you need a certain amount of sleep. Normal hormone production starts 3 ½ hours into uninterrupted sleep. So if hormone production starts after 3 ½ hours, then to continue producing hormones you need more than 3 ½ hours of sleep. That’s why a person needs to sleep at least 5 to 6 hours. The recommended amount of sleep is 8 to 9 hours per night of uninterrupted sleep.

What does sleep have to do with parasites? It can have a lot to do with them. One form of parasite that affects sleep is the Pinworm. Pinworm infections are extremely common. Occurring worldwide, it is estimated that there are more than 40 million cases in the United States each year, making it the most common parasite (worm) infection in America.

Anyone can catch this parasite but the infection occurs most frequently in school children between 5 to 10 years of age. The spread among family members is common. So, if a child gets this worm from school and then comes home and sleeps with the parents, everyone can be infected.

Tiny eggs deposited around the anus by a female worm spread the infection. Each female worm can produce more than 10,000 eggs during her life span. When someone with pinworms scratches their perianal area, eggs may lodge under their fingernails and can spread to anything he or she touches. Infested dust, clothing, bedding, or toys can also spread eggs.

When someone else accidentally ingests these eggs, they also become infected. Then, their eyes, nose, ears and anus become infected. The most common symptom of pinworms is itching. It is worse at night when the female worm deposits her eggs near the anus of the person infected. This could lead to difficulty getting a good night sleep and can spread all over your bed sheets and cause you to itch all over. This can interrupt your sleep and cause you to wake up.

Then, your hormones don’t reproduce, therefore causing sleep deprivation, major depression, weight problems, mood swings, problems breathing , asthma, lack of concentration, memory, terrible fatigue, lack of sexual desire and even erectile dysfunction.

There are over 1,000 different kinds of parasites. Some of these parasites grow to be 30 feet

long and can live in our bodies for up to 30 years. Parasites can grow anywhere throughout the body. They can move under the skin and under your scalp, causing you to itch at night or throughout the day.

Parasites are a problem worldwide, and need to be addressed here in the United States. Do you know what country is the healthiest in the world? France, and the average citizen does two parasite cleanses a year. The United States ranks 86th in the world.

Have you ever done a parasite cleanse? Get checked. It may change your life.

God Bless,

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About the writer: Dr. Michael D. Reggish D.C., N.D.

Dr. Michael D. Reggish D.C., N.D. is a Holistic Physician, Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor, Clinical Nutritionist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Applied Kinesiologist and the founder of Reggish Holistic Wellness, located on 31586 Schoolcraft Rd. in Livonia, for more information, Please visit www.DrReggishHolisticWellness.com or call 734-427-7110.

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