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EDS, MCAS, And POTS: Unveiling The Hidden Connections

In medical education, emphasis is placed on the ability to think about the most likely causes of illnesses, referred to as "horses," rather than rare cases, or "zebras." This helps to diagnose common problems more quickly, but often leads to the overlooking of rare conditions. Therefore, the symbol of rare diseases, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, is a zebra — to remind doctors of the importance of considering unusual cases. Now, let's talk about this and other "zebras." MCAS, EDS, and P...
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Living With MCAS: Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Modern Therapies

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) is a chronic condition in which mast cells in the body become excessively activated. This leads to the release of numerous chemical substances that can cause diverse symptoms affecting various systems of the body. What are Mast Cells? Understanding the role of mast cells in the body helps explain the variety of MCAS symptoms and the need for a comprehensive approach to treating this condition. Mast cells, or mastocytes, are specialized white blo...
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Discover the phenomenon of joint hypermobility and its associated risks

Hypermobility is a condition where joints have greater flexibility than usual. People with hypermobility can bend and extend their joints beyond normal ranges of motion. So far, this doesn’t sound too bad, right? Moreover, we usually envy people with hypermobility; after all, they can easily do splits, whereas an average person might need weeks, if not months, of training. Indeed, this condition can be harmless and even advantageous in certain sports and activities, such as gymnastics and d...
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What is postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)?

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is often a puzzling condition, the causes of which can be extremely difficult to pinpoint, and it can significantly incapacitate individuals. So, what is POTS? During a POTS crisis, a person may feel as though their heart starts beating harder and faster than usual when they suddenly change positions. They may experience dizziness or even loss of balance as if their legs are not obeying them. Often, there's a sense of weakness or fatigu...
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Pathogenic Biofilms: Unlocking Powerful Strategies for The Most Effective Treatment. Part 2

In the first part, we discussed therapies that can assist in treating pathogenic biofilms, most of which should be conducted in a specially equipped office and administered by a competent specialist. In the second part, we will consider therapies that can be performed at home, although they often involve prescription medications. Where Else Are Biofilms Found? Those familiar with the primary stages of treating mold toxicity may notice familiar steps in treating pathogenic biofilms. Ho...
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Pathogenic Biofilms: Unlocking Powerful Strategies for The Most Effective Treatment. Part 1

This article is dedicated to the treatment strategy for pathogenic biofilms that may be present in the body, starting from improving the body's condition, breaking down biofilms, cleansing the body from their remnants and toxins, eliminating possible infections caused by biofilms, and, finally, restoring healthy microflora to promote overall body health. All these stages are well known, but it's almost impossible to go through them without encountering various problems. This is due to both ...
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Biofilm In The Body May Impact Mental Health

In the first article, "Unlock the Mystery of Microbial Biofilms in Chronic and Recurrent Infections" we extensively explored information beneficial for those seeking to understand what biofilms are. The biofilms in the human body serve as protection for the habitats of various microorganisms. Recent studies have shown that the composition of these biofilms can have a significant impact on mental health. It has been found that biofilms can affect the nervous system through complex mechani...
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Unlock the Mystery of Microbial Biofilms in Chronic and Recurrent Infections

Likely, you are familiar with situations where an illness proves difficult to treat. For instance, a person consults a doctor, who prescribes an antibiotic, but the problem only temporarily subsides, only to return later. Subsequent attempts to use a broader spectrum of antibiotics also prove ineffective. Sometimes, after treatment, the situation even worsens. All of this can lead to a loss of faith in medicine and even self-medication or seeking help from traditional healers. In reality...
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Thyroid Dysfunction and Diagnostic Challenges

There are cases where patients experiencing symptoms potentially related to thyroid dysfunction undergo standard testing for TSH hormone levels, and the results fall within the normal range. This often concludes the examination. It is possible that, for this reason, many individuals in the Canadian province of BC remain undiagnosed for many years. They exhibit symptoms of thyroid dysfunction, yet specialists assure them that everything is fine, relying on the fact that thyroid-stimulatin...
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Helicobacter Or Something Else? The Most Common Causes of Gastritis

Before the discovery of Helicobacter pylori, many cases of gastritis were considered chronic but relatively harmless conditions. For a long time, it was believed that gastritis was caused by an excess level of stomach acid, and treatment was aimed at reducing acidity. Other theories included the role of stress, improper diet, and an unhealthy lifestyle in the development of gastritis. With the emergence of new data, it became clear that the presence of this bacterium in the stomach is no...
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