Parasites are found in many of the foods we eat, water we drink, and can be passed easily with skin contact. They rob you of your health, draining your body of nutrients and causing diseases. Most parasites live inside your intestinal tracts; but they are capable of living throughout your body including your bloodstream, muscles, and even your brains.
Besides being a nuisance, they make your life miserable. Symptoms which may be attributable to parasites in your body include itchiness, male sexual dysfunction, female menstrual problems, lack of concentration and memory, irritable bowels syndrome, bloating, increased appetite, loss of weight, blurring of vision, chronic fatigue, allergies, and various stomach, kidney and heart ailments.
Pinworms or Threadworms is the most common worm parasite particularly amongst children. Mature adult female crawl up the anus and can lay up to 10,000 eggs each, typically at night. This causes intense itching in the anus. Within 6 hours, the eggs turn into infectious larvae. If swallowed, these larvae develop into adult worms in your small intestines and the infestation cycle starts. Adult worms can collect in your appendix and give rise to appendicitis.
Roundworms have a bizarre life cycle. If you swallow their eggs, the larvae hatch in your small intestines, enter into your bloodstream and lodge in the capillaries of your lungs. From the air spaces of your lungs, they wriggle up your throat. They then return into your intestines again and develop into adults. They may live there for many years. Large infestations produce cough and spasms in your air passage. The worms clump into balls which obstruct your small intestines.
Adult hookworms attach themselves to the inside of the small intestines and release up to 10,000 eggs daily which pass out into the faeces. They can remain in the small intestines for years. Since it feeds on your blood, it may cause severe anaemia. Large infestations frequently causes symptons of bronchitis.
The two common human tapeworms are acquired from infected pork and beef; a third variety is from infected raw fish. Pork Tapeworms can become attached to the small intestines and develop into an adult tapeworm up to 4 meters long. It lives for 30 years and can penetrate your intestinal wall and pass into your bloodstream to form cysts in your muscles, brain and other organs. The cysts in the brain frequently causes epilepsy.
The Beef Tapeworm may grow within your intestines to more than 6 meters long. The Fish Tapeworm is the longest human tapeworm, reaching up to lengths of 15 to 18 meters. Its presence may lead to severe malnutrition and profound anaemia because it depletes Vitamin B12.
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