Morgellons disease From illusion to inflammation
Morgellons is an awful disease with the feeling of crawling insects under the skin as the main symptom. Scientists have long reported that Morgellon's disease is an illusion. They called it ''delusional parasitosis''. Nowadays there are scientists who find it irresponsible to label this disease as an illusion, since patients with Morgellons show an infection similar to Lyme disease. This means, among other things, that the source of infection occasionally appears to be in hiding, in order to resurface later.
Exogenous fibers in human bodies
At the moment, science is seeing this: fibers that do not belong there, are found in the human body. These fibers are of a human, vegetable or synthetic nature. These fibers cause problems such as itching and infection. For the time being, it remains a mystery why some people suffer from this, for centuries. It does not appear to be a common disease. It is known that people with this disease sometimes commit suicide because the itching is so severe. People are ashamed because their skin looks ugly and they feel distraught because they are misunderstood by doctors.Some people say that many more people have this disease but that the diagnosis is often wrong. Morgellons may also have as symptoms: nausea, headache, osteoarthritis, depression. It is a disease that is hard to catch. In addition, there are people who say that Morgellons is a kind of biological weapon. The fibers would find each other in the body and form a construction using DNA structures (from fruit flies) and with that it would be a kind of entity, the consequences of which are insurmountable. That last vision is more of a fear image that is created by people like Harald Kautz Vella, and there should be very hard evidence to endorse such claims. Though, a study of the work of Harald Kautz-Vella shows his fearful theory is completely based on misinterpretations of facts.
Exogenous objects in the human body
There are examples of people who have walked needles in their bodies for decades. Needles may start to roam through the body. Needles are large, thick and bulky compared to fibers. If needles can roam through a human body, then fibers can do that too. Many fibers, including hair fibers, are poorly broken down, especially when they are in parts of the body without digestion. As a result, they change their structure and appearance and are more difficult to identify.
Food as possible source
There is a possibility that hairs, such as exogenous hairs of animals, root hairs of skin hairs and dead hairs of man himself, end up in the body through food. Normally, the intestines function as a filter, but in case of intestinal problems these types of elements can penetrate the body. It is therefore possible that the body knows this problem and in most people the hair or fibers are destroyed.
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