Can Parasites Kill Humans?
by Tammy Judd
Can parasites kill humans if your body is infested with animal parasites?
The simple answer is yes, parasites can kill humans. But it is a little more complex than that.
There are many different types of parasites that can infest the body both internally and externally. Not all parasites can kill humans.
Lice, for instance, can be very frustrating and annoying, but not likely to kill.
Intestinal parasites can weaken your immune system and fill your body with toxins so that you are vulnerable to various diseases as a result. Internal parasites are more dangerous because of that.
Some parasites, like the H1N1 virus (swine flu) everyone is currently worried about, can be fatal to some people while others are not overly affected by it.
Bacterial infections (which are also parasites), like the staph infections patients get while in hospital, can definitely be deadly.
...and so forth.
So you see, there are many different types of parasites and some parasites can kill humans. If you feel you or someone you love is infested with parasites, don't just let it go.
Look for a doctor in your area skilled in natural health. They are much more likely to be able to help you.
If you are looking for options of what you can do yourself to remove parasites from your body, a good place to start is cleansing herbs.
Both Herbal Fiberblend
and Para 90
contain a good combination of anti-parasitic cleansing herbs. They can be taken separately or together, depending on the severity of your situation and your individual needs.
Another important factor to keep in mind when dealing with parasites is the need to build up your own good/friendly bacteria with probiotics. Florafood
is a combination of three probiotics that will help to boost your immune system and give your body the ability to fight back against parasites.
I don't know what type of animal parasites you are specifically asking about when you say, "Can parasites kill humans." I hope this information helps with whatever concern you are having. Let me know if you have further questions. To your good health!