Vaccine Related Side Effects Include Nerve Damage
There has been quite a bit of controversy about childhood vaccines and whether they are safe or even effective.
Even though the vaccine advocates are trying to convince parents and medical doctors that the vaccines are safe and necessary to protect the lives of children and all Americans, many parents and non-parents have done research and are against it.
Not everyone who receives a vaccine will experience adverse reactions. There is a good chance a child or adult will survive a vaccination without any problems, however that is not the case with everyone
There are side effects reportedly associated with vaccines including seizures, asthma & other allergic reactions. Autism has also believed to be a side effect of the vaccines.
The Side Effect – Nerve Damage*
Nerve damage is one of the most common side effects of vaccines.
Nearly every vaccine approved by the FDA as “safe and effective” contains at least one neurotoxin. A neurotoxin is a chemical that causes damage to nerve cells when it enters the human body. Once enough damage occurs, symptoms develop.
The central nervous system controls every single function in the human body, and this nerve damage can take on the symptoms of almost any disease or physical complaint.
The symptoms depend upon which nerves are damaged. Some conditions that have been thought to be related to vaccine nerve damage include brachial neuritis, Chronic Inflammatory Demyelination Polyneuropathy (CIPD), Complex Regional Syndrome (CRPS), Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS), trigeminal neuralgia and even Multiple Sclerosis (MS). All of these have to do with the demyelination of the nerves, the breakdown of the outer lining of the nerve (the myelin sheath).
What are neurotoxins?
There are 1178 chemicals officially listed as neurotoxins.There is no way to determine in advance which neurotoxin will push you or your child over the edge into chronic nerve damage.
Small Fiber Neuropathy Following Vaccinations
Peripheral Neuropathy Due to Vitamin Deficency, Toxins and Medications
Relief from Neuropathy?
Treatment for Neuropathy
There are many medications, and other remedies that can bring you relief, you can read about them in this article Neuropathy Treatments.
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Lasting Relief: Restoring Health to the Nerves
The Healthier your nerves are, the less the symptoms of nerve damage you will feel.
Nerves need to be healthy to function properly.
None of the various neuropathy treatments will build healthy nerves. You can cover up the symptoms and you can increase circulation and you can make a person feel less pain, etc., but if you build healthy nerves, there will not be any symptoms (healthy nerves don’t hurt, tingle, burn, are not numb, etc.) and the relief will be lasting.
Building Healthy Nerves:
Healthy sensory nerves mean that they are not painful. Healthy nerves mean that they communicate and don’t send wrong signals such as burning, hot and cold, tingling when there is no reason for it. Healthy motor nerves mean that they relay messages from the brain to the muscle so that they move correctly. Nerves need to be healthy to function properly.
The body needs specific nutrients (vitamins) to be able to build healthy nerves.
It may not give immediate relief (although many do feel changes in the first week) as the vitamins are working at a cellular level, but it does address the actual problem, builds healthy nerves and brings lasting relief.
(For temporary relief while building healthy nerves, go to Pain Relief Formula)
What can be done for lasting relief?
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*Studies & Research on Nerve Health
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