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Are most mental health problems caused by Toxoplasmosis or other pathogens ?

As put forward in the Atlantic article, the rise of depression in Europe was corolatable with the increase of toxoplasmosis.

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/03/how-your-cat-is-making-you-crazy/308873/

With the discovery that the plaques in the brain may actually be PROTECTIVE for the neurons, it is quite possible that they are there to damp down the spurious electrical signals being produced from the pathogens that are attached there.

A new paper shows that mannitol opens the blood/brain barrier for a half hour. Long enough for a cyst to get thru.

Is much more likely that nearly ALL neuro-degenerative diseases are caused by pathogens.

They also just published the paper showing that HALF of all back pain is caused by bacterial infection.

We need to stop funding studies that do not control for food additives and pathogenic influences.
I'm not kidding about the food additives either, they just found that polysorbate can create an airtight and electron gun proof shell around bugs, leaving them able to still reproduce.
This could allow the bugs to continue exuding the chemicals that releases the inflammation chems, putting your body in a permanent state of chem stress.

http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2013/04/polymer-nano-suit-insects-safe-vacuum

This Tween 20 is used in almost every bio, neuro, and pharmacuetical lab as cleansers, washes, and pre-observation stage of testing in the entire field.

If you are having troubles, the first thing to do is get a pcr test for t. gondi, or toxoplasmosis.

start here.
http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/03/how-your-cat-is-making-you-crazy/308873/
and
http://toxoplasmaparasite.blogspot.com/

and i would read this, if you are having emotional swings and arthritis symptoms, this is easy and cheap to try. Read the hazards in the article.

http://www.health-science-spirit.com/borax.htm

(This is actually from the comment i posted on the above mentioned talk

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    May 16 2013: let's just not jump to conclusions. the idea that mental illnesses can be caused by infections worth pursuing, but to draw the conclusion that all of them are is, 1., needs some more work and 2., not very likely.

    question: can toxoplasmosis be cured? because if not, i see no reason to check.
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      May 17 2013: syphyllis is an infection that causes dementia and psychosis, B12 deficiency can cause psychosis, meningitis, is a viral and a bacterial infection of the brain that can cause mental deficiency and illness- so I say yes, of course infections can cause mental illness- It has been proven, and more sadly is common.

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