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The Full Moon’s Effects on Your Health — It’s no Coincidence, it’s Science.

This might be a little superstitious, but there is something real about how the full Moon impacts people, animals, and the things around us.

Do you sometimes feel moody and irritated? And I’m not talking about PMSing. But a variation in mood that only lasts for a few days for some reason and is incomprehensible.

What about sleep disturbances — going through periods of time having trouble sleeping?

Also, there’s stuff such as skin rashes or breakouts, teeth grinding, and joint aches and pains. Do those come and go to every few weeks?

Were any of these things — or other conditions that you might suffer from — worse around a full moon?

Frequently there are times when my behavior is noticeably off. I feel a little anxious in a way that I can’t quite put my finger on — until I notice on the calendar and realize full moon is upon us.

I have seen these common characteristics all the time.

This is not a coincidence, it’s science.

During a full moon, ocean tides are much higher than usual from an elevation in the gravitational pull of the moon and sun. In consideration of the fact that the body is 80 percent water, scientists and astrologers have thought that similar effects happen to our bodies — almost creating a “human tidal pull” that can affect brain function.

But more likely, parasites are the real thing driving you crazy or causing anguish during a full moon.

The gravitational pull on water balance in the kidneys causes a shift of movement or an “awakening,” making these little parasites more active during the full moon cycle, which then wreaks havoc on your intestinal Health, digestion, and hormone balance. An overgrowth of gut bacteria or yeast such as Candida can also have similar effects during a full moon.

Some of the textbook symptoms of parasites include:

>> bloating, gas, fatigue, and/or flu like symptoms

>> low immune function (illness and allergy flare-ups)

>> excessive hunger, constipation, and/or diarrhea

>> grinding teeth, especially at night

>> hives, irritability, and/or rashes

>> sleep disturbances, changes in weight, joint pain, or headaches.

Most common of all is the parasite usually found is Blastocystis Hominis (Blasto).

Blasto can be continual. It’s commonly connected with autoimmune issues and likes resorts with another bacterial gut offender known as H. Pylori. The classic symptoms of H. Pylori can include heartburn/acid reflux, ulcers, migraines and mid-back pain. Different species of gut invaders could be disrupting our balance during the full moon.

Gut invaders are coming our way all the time, and if the gut is already compromised, they move in and take over. My fair share of gut invaders over the years included Blasto, H. Pylori, Candida, and a few other species as a result of being exposed to, traveling internationally. Once I eliminated those suckers, my symptoms diminish and I no longer experienced such swings in my health and well-being during a full moon.

Here’s what you should do If the full moon has you questioning gut bugs:

For the next few weeks, list down any symptoms, aches, conditions, or health complaints that you’ve been experiencing on a scale from 1 to 10 with 10 being the most intense or present.

Start tracking the progress of those symptoms. You need to see if they improve or go away in the coming weeks. Especially around new moon when these gut infestations are most dormant or if they increase in intensity leading up to a full moon.

Based on your tracking, check and see if you notice any tendency or anything that seems like a pattern.

If you notice an increase in symptom magnitude around the full moon, this is a sure sign that it’s time to dig deeper. Parasites could hold you back from healing or to reach your optimal health.

Once you have a good knowledge of what’s going on, you can take the next step. The knowledge you’ve gained will help you become your own health boss so you can regain your health, happiness and well being!

Inspired by Elephant Journal 

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