Infections are stealth-like and most enter the body unawares to the patient. Some infections have few symptoms and a short duration. Many others produce symptoms that cross boundaries in every organ system of the body and thus become insidiously chronic.
Lyme and co-infections
Lyme and tickborne diseases have more than doubled in 13 years and result in 77% of all vector-borne disease reports.
Fungus and Candida
Candida and yeast as organisms, are part of an even larger family called Fungi. Fungi have been around for thousands of years and are probably some of the most, if not the most, resilient organisms to exist on this planet.
Parasites are a leading health concern with some patients presenting with obvious skin or intestinal symptoms while many others may have vague or minimal symptoms.
The gradual or sudden onset of psychiatric symptoms in children such as anxiety, irrational fears, extreme emotions or outbursts, obsessive compulsive disorder, attention disorders, or tics, are suggested to arise from an autoimmune response affecting the brain.