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La grippe A(H1N1) nous inquiète? On ne cède pas à la panique, mais on reste à l'affût des symptômes.

L'Organisation mondiale de la Santé a élevé son niveau d'alerte à 5. Il ne reste plus qu'un échelon à gravir pour atteindre la pandémie de grippe A(H1N1). Cette annonce soulève des inquiétudes, mais avant de céder à la panique, on doit surveiller la manifestation des symptômes.

Quels sont les symptômes que l'on doit présenter avant d'envisager avoir contracté le virus? Après une période d'incubation de 24 à 48 heures, il y a peut-être eu contamination si l'on constate:

  • qu'on a de la fièvre pouvant atteindre 41 °C;
  • qu'on éprouve des douleurs musculaires, en particulier dans le dos;
  • qu'on a la gorge irritée;
  • qu'on a des maux de tête;
  • qu'on ressent une fatigue intense causée par la douleur;
  • qu'on éprouve de la difficulté à respirer;
  • qu'on a une toux sèche et profonde par épisodes;
  • qu'on a des écoulements nasaux;
  • qu'on perd l'appétit;
  • qu'on a la diarrhée (assez rare);
  • qu'on a des nausées et des vomissements (assez rare).

La grippe A(H1N1) nous inquiète et on veut savoir comment s'en prémunir? On lit ce qui suit.

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La grippe A(H1N1) nous inquiète? On ne cède pas à la panique, mais on reste à l'affût des symptômes.

L'Organisation mondiale de la Santé a élevé son niveau d'alerte à 5. Il ne reste plus qu'un échelon à gravir pour atteindre la pandémie de grippe A(H1N1). Cette annonce soulève des inquiétudes, mais avant de céder à la panique, on doit surveiller la manifestation des symptômes.

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Chemical Family: Coumarins, Indandiones, and other Anti-coagulants - warfarin(C)

Action on Human System: Prevents blood from clotting

  • Internal Exposure: Usually no reaction if low accidental dose ingested
  • External Exposure: Minnimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Chemical Family: Sodium Fluoroacetate - Compound 1080(T)

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Extremely toxic. Affects heart tissue and brain

  • Internal Exposure: Stomach pain, vomiting, hallucination, nervousness
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Highly toxic; severe intestinal irritation; severe injury to liver, kidneys, nervous system and heart

  • Internal Exposure: Intense nausea stomach pain, excitement, chills, cough
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Highly toxic; blood system injury; injury to liver, nervous system, heart, and kidneys

  • Internal Exposure: Breath has garlic odor; feces may glow and smoke from phosphorus fumes; vomiting and diarrhea; burning pain in throat, stomach, and intestines
  • External Exposure: Dermal exposure usually low; irritates nose and throat
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Acts directly on cells in the brain and spinal cord to cause convulsions

  • Internal Exposure: Blue skin color; violent convulsions
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

Action on Human System: Low toxicity

  • Internal Exposure: Prompt vomiting and nausea
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure: Excreted rapidly; not retained in body

Type of Pesticide: Rodenticides

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If you’re dog is unlucky enough to get parvo and you get to the vet in time, this post will give you a little bit of what to expect.

Honestly, there’s not much they can do. The true danger of parvo is dehydration and malnutrition, so that’s what the vet will focus on. Mostly the dog will be pumped with IV fluids containing vitamins, sugar, and potassium. This can be done at home, if you’re up for it, but most of the time hospitalization is required.

In some cases, the vet may also inject your dog with some sort of anti-nausea medication to help prevent anymore regurgitation.

Once a dog can finally begin keeping his food and fluids down, IV’s are gradually reduced. Very bland food is offered. Many times, a vet will also administer antibiotics to help ward off secondary infection, because the dog’s immune system will be severely weak from the experience.

Some anecdotal reports claim that Tamiflu reduces parvo’s severity and can aid in faster recovery if given early enough. Also, a substance produced by silkworm larvae has been shown to be effective, but research is still preliminary.

There are also natural remedies that many people have had success with, such as Parvo-K. We’ve seen far too many testimonials to ignore it, and so we’re offering it here on the site for a discounted price. Buy Parvo-K here.

As always, your first resort should be to get your dog to a veterinarian ASAP. If you can’t afford that, however, Parvo-K might be a suitable alternative.

Dog parvo prevention is really the same as rabies prevention; you just have to make sure your dog has all of their necessary vaccinations.

Vaccinations should start after the puppy is 6 to 8 weeks old. Up until that point, a puppy is typically protected against most sicknesses because its mother’s anti-bodies are still flowing through it’s blood. But now it has to build up its own system of protection.

The initial shot is followed by booster shots in the following weeks, followed by a yearly one after that to keep the protection up. Unless your dog is of a particularly susceptible breed, it’s probably safe to discontinue the booster shots after a few years.

As always, talk to your vet to get your dog on an appropriate vaccination schedule to minimize the risks of this deadly virus.

For a 100% natural prevention method that will help maintain a healthy digestive system and fluid balance in dogs and puppies, which are some of the things parvo attacks, try Parvo-K.

Dog Parvo Intestinal Infection Causes and Symptoms

The intestinal form of dog parvo is the most common form. It’s contracted orally through infected feces, soil, etc.

After ingestion, the lymphatic system serves as the replicating point for the virus, particularly around the throat. The bloodstream is then infected, and the virus begins attacking other lymphatic cells, the intestines, and bone marrow.

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  • Internal Exposure: Abdominal and back pain; painful urination; blood in urine
  • External Exposure: Skin rash; sweet taste in mouth
  • Chronic Exposure:

Chemical Family: Copper salts and Organic Complexes - copper sulfate(C)

Type of Pesticide: Fungicides

Action on Human System: Injures intestinal lining, brain, liver, kidneys, and blood

  • Internal Exposure: Prompt vomiting; burning pain in chest; diarrhea, headache, sweating
  • External Exposure: Irritates skin and eyes; damages mucous membranes
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Fungicides

Action on Human System: Irritates stomach and intestine; injury to kidneys, brain lining, and nervous system

  • Internal Exposure: Excitement, tremors, salivation, diarrhea
  • External Exposure: Minimal
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Herbicides, algicides

Action on Human System: Damages heart, blood vessels, nervous system, and intestional lining.

  • Internal Exposure: Convulsions, shock, lack of coordination
  • External Exposure: Irritating to eyes, skin, and mucous membranes
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Insecticides

Action on Human System: Injures nervous system

  • Internal Exposure: Nausea, headache, diarrhea, dizziness, shaking, abdominal pain, lack of coordination, sweating, salivation.
  • External Exposure: Minimal but readily absorbed through the skin
  • Chronic Exposure:

Chemical Family: Phenylmercuric Salts - phenylmercury acetate(C), Agrosan(T)

Type of Pesticide: Fungicides

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Surprisingly enough, one of the largest sources of body toxins is the drugs people take to fight disease (or so they think). Medicinal drugs are very strong—they have to be to overcome the body’s natural defense system.

When such drugs are taken, they must either be eliminated from the body or stored within it for later elimination.

As a person’s health improves and all such medicines and drugs are discontinued, the old toxins may enter the bloodstream for elimination. The circulation of these old drug toxins in the system may produce bewildering symptoms that could alarm the health seeker.

For example, an elderly man had been taking a form of digitalis (a heart stimulant) for several years. He discontinued the drug as he improved his health through exercise.

After a few days off the drug, he experienced erratic heart beats, a racing pulse and chest pains. He was frightened and wondered if he should take his old drug again.

He was reassured that these symptoms were due to his body trying to renormalize itself and eliminate the old toxins from the heart drug. Sure enough, after a few days his heartbeat became steady and regular as the drug toxins were finally eliminated.

Every drug used, whether legal or illegal, leaves its mark upon the body. As the body regains health, the drug deposits are put into circulation for elimination. Since a combination of past drug deposits may enter the Bloodstream at once disconcerting symptoms may arise. Drug detoxification can be a lengthy process, but it will be aided by fasting and a diet high in fresh fruits.

Be forewarned: Old drugs that were taken even many years ago may reappear in the bloodstream as they leave fatty tissues and the organs. Drug toxin elimination may express itself in a series of rashes as they leave the body through the skin.

Heavy smokers or coffee drinkers may experience similar symptoms when they withdraw from their drug. Nervous irritability and emotional outbreaks are common symptoms of these drug addicts when they are detoxifying.

Nicotine and caffeine damage the nervous system and upset the vascular system, so symptoms such as headaches, edginess, and extreme lassitude may be expected. Such symptoms from these drugs usually lessen after three to ten days.

Once salt use is stopped and the health improves, old salt deposits in the body exit through the skin and kidneys. Sometimes the elimination is so intense that a person may have a continual salty taste in the mouth for days. The skin may become crusted with salt or it may smell of the particular condiment that is being eliminated (such as onions, peppers, or vinegar).

In Mexico, corpses have been found in the desert that were untouched by buzzards and hyenas. The reason? The people had eaten such large quantities of hot peppers all their lives that their skins were actually too spicy for the scavengers to eat. Condiments can never be used by the body, and so they must either be stored or eliminated when the health is improved.

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    my hair is always falling out, i have low energy levels, low libido, major mood swings and I'm not even ovulating! Guess the next step is some medication to get me back on track! Hang in there girls!

    12) i am also having same problems - depression,mood swings,loss of hair,weight gain. In my case I have developed dermoid and endometrium thickness, PCOD. Even after consulting two or three doctors and taking medicines for one year, things did not improve. Now I have switched to homeopathy and is finding some improvement. As it's just one month since I started taking medicines, I am hoping for some positive results.

    11) My first pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage. The doctor monitored my levels with second pregnancy to keep from miscarrying. I also had to take the progesterone with my third pregnancy because levels were actually lower than the doctor wanted.

    I now have diabetes and hypothyroidism and after reading the above info I am wondering if my progesterone has something to do with those two health issues.

    I have issues that really bring me to a conclusion of PMDD. I am going to make an appointment with my doctor to see if the progesterone has anything to do with my diabetes and hypothyroidism as well as needing to find some help with the symptoms that coincide with PMDD as they are ruining my life!

    10) Same case with me. i used to have so much tension and I always had bad moods. I have started taking medicines since last week but still i don't feel much change.

    9) I am in the process of being testing for low hormone levels and thyroid dysfunction because, quite tragically, I've lost at least half of my hair in one month! I'm only 32 and feel like I'm having a nightmare!

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    8) I had all these symptoms of depression: panic attacks, hot flashes, insomnia, fuzzy thinking, and I was tired of seeing doctors and them not helping me with my problems.

    So they recommended to me this female doctor and she tested my levels of progesterone and i was very low, so now she is treating me my progesterone. I feel a little better now. I have been treated for three months now but I know this medication is going to help me.

    7) Because male doctors are often not attuned to female symptoms or concerns. The best help might come from a specialist in bioidentical hormones.

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    Not surprisingly, given that cardiovascular disease itself indicates a likely vitamin D deficit, research indicates that those that suffer from chronic kidney disease are also D deficient in a big way.

    If you suffer from one infection after another, it is wise to get those vitamin D levels checked pronto. As described above, T cells which are an important part of the immune system, are properly activated by vitamin D. If D levels are low or even undetectable, adequate and effective immune response to any infection in the body will be severely hampered.

    Do you suffer from one or more of these 10 symptoms of low vitamin D? Did you know that these signs are usually blamed on something else? Did you suspect a vitamin D deficiency might be the true reason? Have you ordered a blood spot test kit or started taking fermented cod liver oil? What did you find out from testing and what have your results been?

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    Sources and More Information

    Vitamin D Deficiency is Why You Get the Flu

    It can be hard to tell if you or a loved one has Parkinson's disease (PD).

    Below are 10 signs that you might have the disease. No single one of these signs means that you should worry, but if you have more than one sign you should consider making an appointment to talk to your doctor.


    Have you noticed a slight shaking or tremor in your finger, thumb, hand or chin? A tremor while at rest is a common early sign of Parkinson's disease.

    What is normal?
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    Has your handwriting gotten much smaller than it was in the past? You may notice the way you write words on a page has changed, such as letter sizes are smaller and the words are crowded together. A change in handwriting may be a sign of Parkinson's disease called micrographia.

    What is normal?
    Sometimes writing can change as you get older, if you have stiff hands or fingers or poor vision.

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    This means the T cell must have vitamin D or activation of the cell will cease. If the T cells cannot find enough vitamin D in the blood, they won’t even begin to mobilize.”

    This is troubling given that vitamin D levels were reported by the Archives of Internal Medicine in 2009 to have plummeted for every single age, race, and ethnic group in the United States over the past two decades.

    Vitamin D deficiency is such that it can lurk unnoticed until it is too late and you are already sick. Another challenge is that it takes time, usually at least several weeks, to raise vitamin D levels. As a result, a few days of taking supplements is not going to cut it. This is true especially if you have a serious deficiency challenge to overcome or already have the flu.

    Below are 10 signs that vitamin D is likely a problem and potentially a serious deficiency that needs to be addressed immediately. If any of these symptoms are an issue for you, a simple and inexpensive vitamin D blood spot test can be ordered online. It can be used in the privacy of your home to determine if your vitamin D levels are in the danger zone (source).

    If low levels do indeed need to be addressed, the best whole food based supplement to bring vitamin D levels into optimal range without the danger of overdosing (like with prescription vitamin D drops) is unheated, unprocessed cod liver or skate liver oils (where to find).

    Two foods extremely high in Vitamin D include fish roe and lard from pastured animals. Roe contains about 17,000 IU of Vitamin D per tablespoon and pastured lard has 10,000 IU per tablespoon according to tests conducted by the Weston A. Price Foundation.

    Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms Usually Blamed on Something Else

    Bone pain and chronic pain in general is a subtle symptom of serious vitamin D deficiency. Don’t take this symptom lightly! Get your vitamin D levels checked and address the problem.

    A study conducted by Greg Plotnikoff, MD, senior consultant with the Allina Center for Health Care Innovations, makes the point. 150 people living in Minneapolis who came to a health clinic complaining of chronic pain were tested for vitamin D levels. Virtually every single one, 93%, suffered from extremely low vitamin D. “The group with the lowest levels of vitamin D were white women of childbearing age,” Plotnikoff says.

    Here’s a shocker most folks don’t realize: most muscle weakness issues are low vitamin D related. The National Institutes of Health reports that a person suffering from a vitamin D deficiency will have trouble with proper muscle function.

    This extremely common skin issue is an autoimmune disorder that many don’t realize can be vitamin D related. This nutrient plays an important role in the treatment of psoriasis. Psoriasis gets worse over time and spreads, so even if you only have a little spot on your elbow or knee, get your vitamin D levels checked and be sure to be taking a daily dose of fermented cod liver oil.

    Vitamin D is necessary for the body to produce energy. If you are constantly tired or must lean heavily on that morning cup of Joe to get going in the morning, best to play it safe and get your levels checked.

    No, it’s not all in your head! Feelings of hopelessness can be related to nutritional D deficiency. The Vitamin D Council reports that vitamin D is critical for the brain to produce the happy hormone seratonin. Some folks only suffer from depression during winter months, known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This condition is caused by lack of sun exposure and hence vitamin D during this time of year.

    This is quite possibly the weirdest symptom of vitamin D deficiency. Old time doctors apparently used to ask new mothers if their heads were sweatier than normal in order to pinpoint a lurking vitamin D deficiency as reported by NDHealthFacts. A sweaty head is also a subclinical symptom of rickets, possibly the most prominent and dangerous form of vitamin D deficiency in children.

    This warning symptom is related to flu as a vitamin D deficiency disease. If low vitamin D puts people at risk for flu, it stands to reason they would be at risk for other respiratory problems too and possibly on a chronic basis. Studies have demonstrated that vitamin D protects against respiratory illness particularly in children, who require hospitalization most frequently due to bronchiolitis and pneumonia.

    Scared of Enterovirus D68? The most proactive step you can take is to make sure your children are taking a daily dose of cod liver or skate liver oil!

    8. Hypertension and/or Cardiovascular Disease

    My mother helped resolve high blood pressure issues with a daily dose of fermented cod liver oil. Her success in this regard is in line with the Vitamin D Council which recommends adequate vitamin D levels in order to avoid this silent, symptomless killer. 1 out of every 3 Americans and 4 in 10 worldwide suffer from this serious condition.

    In addition, the National Institutes of Health has identified vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor which can lead to congestive heart failure.

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    • Pneumonia that doesn't last as long
    • Fewer serious complications

    Two vaccines are available to prevent pneumococcal pneumonia and potentially fatal complications such as bacteremia and meningitis. Pneumococcal vaccines are particularly important for:

    • Adults who are 65 years old or older.
    • People who have chronic (ongoing) diseases, serious long-term health problems, or weak immune systems. For example, this may include people who have cancer, HIV/AIDS, asthma, sickle cell disease, or damaged or removed spleens.
    • People who smoke.
    • Children who are younger than five years old.
    • Children older than five years of age with certain medical conditions such as heart or lung diseases or cancer.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that adults who are 65 and older should have two pneumococcal vaccinations. Visit the CDC’s Pneumococcal Vaccination for information about pneumococcal pneumonia vaccines for adults.

    Because many people get pneumonia after having influenza or the flu, your yearly flu vaccine can help you and your family not get pneumonia. The flu vaccine is usually given in September through November before the months when influenza or the flu is most frequently spread.

    For more information about the influenza or flu vaccine, go to the CDC's Seasonal Influenza (Flu) Vaccination Web page.

    Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) is a type of bacteria that can cause pneumonia and meningitis. The Hib vaccine is given to children to help prevent these infections. The vaccine is recommended for all children in the United States who are younger than five years old. The vaccine often is given to infants starting at two months of age.

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    • Wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based rubs to kill germs.
    • Don't smoke. Smoking damages your lungs' ability to filter out and defend against germs. For information about how to quit smoking, read Smoking and Your Heart. Although this resource focuses on heart health, it includes general information about how to quit smoking.
    • Keep your immune system strong. Get plenty of rest and physical activity and follow a healthy diet. Read more about heart-healthy eating and physical activity.

    The signs and symptoms of pneumonia vary from mild to severe. But some people are at risk for developing more severe pneumonia or potentially fatal complications.

    See your doctor promptly if you have the following signs and symptoms:

    • Have a high fever
    • Have shaking chills
    • Have a cough with phlegm (a slimy substance), which doesn't improve or worsens
    • Develop shortness of breath with normal daily activities
    • Have chest pain when you breathe or cough
    • Feel suddenly worse after a cold or the flu

    If you have pneumonia, you also may have other symptoms, including nausea (feeling sick to the stomach), vomiting, and diarrhea.

    Symptoms may vary in certain populations. Newborns and infants may not show any signs of the infection. Or, they may vomit, have a fever and cough, or appear restless, sick, or tired and without energy.