Toxoplasmosis and personality changes

Severe personality changes don’t happen without a reason. One of the best-hidden causes of this is toxoplasma gondii contracted from cats and other sources. These toxo-infections can alter neurotransmitter function – bringing anywhere from mild to severe psychotic symptoms. In fact, some medications used to treat schizophrenia are designed to inhibit the replication of T. gondii parasite. Keep in mind that T. gondii can also selectively infect muscle and brain tissue consequently causing encephalitis, incoordination, tremors, head-shaking, seizures, deafness, cerebral palsy, delusions, hallucinations, impaired learning, organ inflammation, cancer and many other conditions. T. gondii in utero causes abortions and stillbirths. But here’s the kicker: sometimes the effects from this parasite don’t manifest for decades! The test for toxoplasmosis is a simple blood test checking for T. gondii antibodies and the treatment is usually easy. Oh, and the ravages of damage from this parasite are not limited to humans and can infect other species of pets and animals, causing personality changes in them too! Raw daikon, horseradish, garlic, oregano and goldenseal are all natural T. gondii fighters.

Personality changes are always caused by something

Personality changes are always caused by something

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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