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Guillain-Barré

Type: Virus

Pairs

pineal - ray bulb

heel - heel

sole - sole *

pineal - instep (+ heel) *

pares

* Reservoirs

Generalities:

RNA virus. Polyradiopianeuropathy*, fatigue, low libido, neuritis**. Ascending paralysis and weakness of limbs and respiratory muscles. Dizziness, muscle fatigue, dry mouth, erectile dysfunction, pasty skin. Very contagious Paralysis of the three respiratory centers: Pneumotactic, inspiratory and expiratory.

Polyradiopianeuropathy* is a condition that occurs in 90% of cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome, so they are almost synonymous. It is characterized by inflammation of the nervous system, it has also been studied that there are affectations of myelin that may have been caused by the same immune system (macrophages), so there is an autoimmune component in this disease.

Symptoms:

The ascending paralysis consists in the deterioration of the nervous system that produces progressive and symmetrical muscular weakness, tingling, numbness, pain, cramps, in extremities. As it progresses, it can compromise the functioning of the digestive system (difficulty swallowing) and breathing, so mechanical ventilation may be required. After the critical period, the disease remits slowly (in months); The symptoms may last for months or years. The biomagnetic pair can provide improvements from the first treatment and remit in a matter of days or weeks. It can occur at any age, affects one and a half times more men than women. It is recommended to provide complements of the B vitamins.

** Neuritis: is the inflammation of some nerve accompanied by pain along the nerve and muscle atrophy.

Causes:

Pathogens such as Campylobacter jejuni, Eipsten-barr, Cytomegalovirus, Hemophilus influenza, Mycroplasma pneumoniae. are the main responsible for this disease. Other less common agents can be HIV-AIDS, diphtheria, encephalitis, meningitis, botulism, poliomyelitis. Some detonating factors may be having received vaccination, or hereditary metabolic factors.

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