Almost everyone has human body parasites. It’s not necessarily the most pleasant thought, but they’re there. Parasites can enter into the body through almost anything including food, beverage, contact with others who are sick, polluted air, and through contact with animals. Parasites cause disease along with other multiple health complications that affect the human body until they are finally removed. Fortunately, they can be removed by using the proper remedy.
Roundworms are a type of parasite usually found in the intestines and are most commonly absorbed through the skin. Another name for roundworms is nematodes, and include the threadworm, hookworm, whipworm, and pinworm families.
The dog tapeworm, also know as echinococcus granulosus, is a common parasite found in dogs and cats. The size of this parasite ranges from 3 to 9mm in length. Reproduction rate is approximately 500-800 eggs every other month. The dog tapeworm can be easily transferred to adults and children through simple contact with an infected dog or cat.
Flukes, also known as trematodes, are the most common type of human body parasites. They are considered the most difficult parasite to get rid of, and accumulate drastically over a period of 10 to 20 years. They are prone to causing complications with the heart, lungs, kidneys, and liver.
Tapeworms, also known as Cestodes, are the largest parasite found in the human body, and can quickly reach 33 feet in length. They are frequently found in the gastrointestinal tract. Tapeworms have the capability of laying up to one million eggs per day, and can live as long as 25 years.
Another one of the type of human body parasites is called the pork tapeworm, also referred to as taenia solium. It is composed of a body, head, a double row of hooks, and four suckers. This parasite can easily be consumed by eating undercooked pork, various other contaminated foods, and through autoinfection (which is the process of touching the anus, then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes). Autoinfection can be avoided by washing your hands regularly. The pork tapeworm can infect the brain and cause lesions, tumors, and neurocysticercosis. They can live well over 30 years within the body, and are approximately 6-18 feet in length.
Protozan are one of the smaller human body parasites, and infect the blood, intestines, and tissues. They remain inside the body until the host dies or has them removed.
It can be somewhat disturbing to know that you have parasites living inside your body. It has been suggested that approximately 50% of the entire human population have parasites. Maybe that would explain the high rate of health problems. There are so many seemingly healthy individuals (many which are considerably young) who have contracted health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer with no explanations. Could it be that human body parasites are creating these problems? Most likely.