health works(3 posts)
Everyone will lose their minds when they read this, but HEALTH is what works. They don't hurt you at all if you have the right level of health, which very few people do nowadays, often through no fault of their own. We live, after all, in the most polluted, poisonous time in all of human history. If you don't eat junk (including sugar), and you take enough vitamins, bed bug bites simply don't happen. I know. Naturally, this is not a fix that anyone wants to research, just as they never research why some people suffer a lot from mosquito bites and some don't at all (I don't.). And the reason scientists don't just start checking out the chemical and other health aspects of those who don't suffer and those who do is (same reason as just about everything): THERE IS NO MONEY IN IT.
It doesn't help anyone who wants to make big money to simply figure out and tell people what sorts of diets and lifestyles and political actions will allow them to spend less on professional aid and products.
I have read in many places that one reason bedbugs are more prevalent now is bad furniture construction (less real wood, more hole-filled crap). Another reason, I believe, is that people just got a whole lot less healthy, what with all the unregulated and increasing pollution, the emotional stress of living in extremely inhumane societies (including, increasingly, the U.S.) and the obsession with eating things that are not food (soda, and all prepackaged food), instead of just eating actual produce and meat that's not filled with drugs (and levels of torture that can also change the nature of the meat itself). Go ahead and scream at me, but I have been around definite bed bugs and nothing at all happens to me. There's got to be an explanation for that, and I can't possibly be the only one. Useful research could easily be done, but in this capitalistic nightmare, I can't see why anyone would. Try B-1 vitamins to start, and a whole lot of exercise, and no junk, and see what happens. RC.org is also a good site to drain your body of all that's making it respond so extremely to things.
Enjoy your yelling and screaming now. It's good for you.
If you are around hungry bedbugs they will bite and feed on you. You probably don't react to them that's all. If the whole health thing you talk about was true, then bedbugs would be more apt to bite healthy people since they'd want healthy blood for themselves as well. Did you read any of the FAQ's on this website?
An estimated 30% of people don't react to bed bug bites when bitten. (Some say the number is higher.) I would hazard a guess that some of them eat sugar and junk, some don't.
I am wondering WHEN you think people got a whole lot less healthy? Because except for a brief period when they were almost entirely under control (from around 1950 for several decades), bed bugs have been biting people since we lived in caves. You may not have heard of them
because they weren't up to much for the latter 1/2 of the 20th C.
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