Thursday, September 2, 2010

In a recently published study Norwegian researchers found that use of
paracetamol in the first trimester doubled the risk of development of
allergic rhinitis at the age of 10 for both boys and girls, and in girls
it increased the risk of allergy and asthma if used until the age of 6
months.
The main author, Bakkeheim, states that the effect of Paracetamol is the
opposite of the effect of antioxydants, and that it therefore weakens
the body's ability to defend itself against oxydative stress.
International studies have shown that the risk of developing asthma,
hayfeverand eczema by the age of 6-7 years is tripled if children are
given paracetamol before they are one years of age. (Abcnyheter
http://www.abcnyheter.no/node/116292).
I thought this needed diseminating.
Also the freeze survival instinct leads to lower levels of actual breathing.
These two together form a powerful negative duo.

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