Epstein-Barr virus is responsible for symptoms, conditions, diseases, disorders, and illnesses of every kind. Medical research and science are unaware of how many symptoms and conditions EBV causes. They’re also unaware that the virus goes through multiple stages:
If you catch EBV, it goes through an initial dormant period of floating around in your bloodstream doing little more than slowly replicating itself to build its numbers—waiting for an opportunity to launch a more direct infection.
This Stage One period of fortifying itself and waiting for an ideal opportunity can take weeks, months, or even a decade or longer, depending on a variety of factors. There are also triggers I explain in Medical Medium Revised and Expanded. that can prompt EBV that’s already established in the body to travel into its other stages.
At the end of Stage One, the Epstein-Barr virus becomes willing to challenge your immune system in a battle. That’s when EBV first makes its presence known…by turning into what doctors call mononucleosis. Medical communities are unaware that every case of mononucleosis is only Stage Two of EBV.
Your body’s immune system goes to war with the virus. How severely this battle rages will vary from person to person, because everyone is different in what they’re up against.
In Stage Two, EBV seeks a long-term home by making a run for one or more of your major organs—typically your liver, spleen, and/or reproductive organs.
Once the virus settles into major organs, it nests there. With the virus hiding undetected in your organs, your body assumes it’s won the war and the invader has been destroyed. Unfortunately, the Epstein-Barr virus has barely begun its voyage through your body.
If you have a typical variety, EBV could lie dormant in your organs for years—possibly for decades—without your knowing it. If you have an especially aggressive variety, though, EBV may create serious problems even while it’s nesting.
EBV also produces neurotoxins, dermatoxins, byproduct, and viral corpses, creating further problems. EBV will secrete these special toxins at strategic periods during Stage Three, and continuously during Stage Four, to prevent your immune system from zeroing in on the virus and attacking it.
Lupus, thyroid problems, and more can develop during this stage.
Stage Four Epstein-Barr is a major source of mystery illnesses—that is, neurological problems that cause doctors massive confusion.
As the virus feeds on toxins that are readily available (such as mercury, aluminum, copper, and other toxic troublemakers, plus foods such as eggs, milk, cheese, butter, and gluten), it can release neurotoxins that cling to nerves—whether exposed root hairs, injured nerves, or even non-damaged nerves. This can create symptoms of different types, and each variety of EBV does something a little different. An EBV variety may have an appetite for a more toxic food such as mercury, or it may produce a more toxic neurotoxin that can inflame nerves just by touching them—without the nerves even being injured or frayed.
The issues that result from this viral inflammation can include muscle pain, joint pain, painful tender points, back pain, tingling and/ or numbness in the hands and feet, jerking and spasms, tinnitus (ringing, buzzing, humming, or popping sounds in the ears), migraines, ongoing fatigue, dizziness, eye floaters, insomnia, unrestful sleep, and night sweats. Patients with these issues are sometimes diagnosed as having fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or rheumatoid arthritis, all of which are collections of symptoms that medical communities admit they don’t understand and for which they have no cure.
Find out much more about each of these stages and the steps that can help destroy the virus and restore health in Medical Medium Revised and Expanded.
This item posted: 13-Dec-2021
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