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Parasites can cause mood disorders

Did you know 81% of mental health workers shared anecdotal evidence of a connection between mental illness and the full moon? They noticed their patients experienced increases in anger, irritability, anxiety, depression, headaches and panic attacks around the full moon. Patients with bipolar disorder switched rapidly from a depressive state to mania.

If you struggle with any of these and notice symptoms are accentuated around the full moon the catalyst could be parasitic infection.


Parasites are more active around the full moon when your body naturally produces more serotonin (which they are attracted to) and less melatonin (which helps your immune system fight them).


Parasites interfere with neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and acetylcholine. All of these neurotransmitters impact mental health and mood.


GABA calms the body and helps prevent anxiety. While it's a calming agent for people, it paralyzes parasites. Parasites release chemicals to hinder GABA production to protect themselves. Low GABA levels can trigger anger, anxiety, depression, headaches, panic attacks and more.


Parasites cause dopamine levels to rise which tricks the immune system from recognizing them. They also need dopamine to reproduce. Elevated dopamine leads to anxiety, aggression and agitation, depression, hyperactivity, increased stress and insomnia.


Parasites have serotonin receptors and hijack this hormone, making you deficient. Low levels of serotonin are typically associated with anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

Parasites feed on acetylcholine for nourishment. Low levels of acetylcholine can leave you feeling drained, moody and confused.


This month's full moon is on 23rd. It's a great time to try parasite cleansing, perfect time to knock them out!



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