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ashirth

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Is it true that parasites and worms can cause depression?

eniyan4u

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Re: Is it true that parasites and worms can cause depression?
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2009, 11:20:42 AM »
Most definitely. I've seen depression disappear many times when parasites and worms are eliminated. It is well documented today that fungus or candida overgrowth causes depression, and it's the same for many other invaders such as parasites (especially the blood parasite), worms, infectious bacteria, and mould. Depression can be caused by many other factors and not all depression disappears when invaders are gone. It really depends on the cause of the depression.

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Re: Is it true that parasites and worms can cause depression?
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2009, 06:08:22 AM »
Most definitely. I've seen depression disappear many times when parasites and worms are eliminated. It is well documented today that fungus or candida overgrowth causes depression, and it's the same for many other invaders such as parasites (especially the blood parasite), worms, infectious bacteria, and mould. Depression can be caused by many other factors and not all depression disappears when invaders are gone. It really depends on the cause of the depression.
Rightly said. There is a deep relation between infection and your mental state. Infection or ailments due to certain worms like Tapeworm and Luke worm will definitely affect your mental state leading to depression or Mental trauma.

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Re: Is it true that parasites and worms can cause depression?
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2009, 07:45:48 AM »
i couldn't quite agree with that. there are some people, kids specially that we know are parasitic but they still have a good outlook with life. we can see this in poverty-stricken areas, we can still see children, men and women enjoying life even if they just come from selling garbage that they picked up in the streets. you can still see genuine happiness in their face even with just the meager income they received. on the other hand,  people that are well-off might somehow get depressed when they learn that they have parasites because of social stigma.

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Re: Is it true that parasites and worms can cause depression?
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2009, 04:12:53 PM »
i couldn't quite agree with that. there are some people, kids specially that we know are parasitic but they still have a good outlook with life. we can see this in poverty-stricken areas, we can still see children, men and women enjoying life even if they just come from selling garbage that they picked up in the streets. you can still see genuine happiness in their face even with just the meager income they received. on the other hand,  people that are well-off might somehow get depressed when they learn that they have parasites because of social stigma.

I also agree with this view of Bluesword, its not like that it is a certain thing to be happen to everyone. It depends on various factors and most important one is your mind, how you perceive these things. If you started thinking about them just as mentioned by all of the above members, then it may create tension in your mind. You should find the way out and think positively.


 

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