You might think this is a little superstitious, but there is something real about how the full moon impacts people, animals, and the things around us.
Have you ever noticed that there seems to be something regular when it comes to being moody and irritable? And I’m not talking about PMS, but a fluctuation in mood that only lasts for a few days for some reason and is unexplainable.
Or what about sleep disturbances—going through periods of time when you have trouble falling asleep or tossing and turning that only last for a few days or a week at a time?
There are several times when I going to notice how my behavior is off, and I feel a little restless or uneasy in a way that I can’t quite put my finger on—until I check the calendar and realize a full moon is upon us.
With myself and in my practice to protect my own health, I see these common characteristics all of the time.
It’s not a coincidence, it’s science.
Ocean tides are higher than usual from an increase in the gravitational pull from the moon and sun, during a full moon.
Parasites are more likely to be the real thing driving you crazy or causing suffering during a full moon.
An overgrowth of gut bacteria and/or yeast such as Candida can also have similar effects during a full moon.
The textbook symptoms of parasites include:
>> gas, bloating 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, and/or headaches
Most popular parasite usually found is Blastocystis Hominis (Blasto).
The classic symptoms of H. Pylori can include: heartburn/acid reflux, ulcers, migraines and mid-back pain. There are a lot of different species of gut invaders that could be disrupting our balance during the full moon.
Over the years, I’ve had my fair share of gut invaders including Blasto, Candida, H.Pylori and a few other species as a result of being exposed to toxic mold, traveling internationally, and having Hashimoto’s disease (an autoimmune thyroid condition). Once I eradicated those suckers, my symptoms subsided and I no longer experienced such swings in my health and well-being during a full moon.
Then, start tracking the progress of those symptoms. You’re going to see if they improve and/or go away in the coming weeks, especially leading up to a new moon when these gut infestations are most dormant or if they increase in intensity leading up to a full moon.
According your tracking, check to see if you notice any trends or if anything seems like it indicates a pattern.
Parasites don’t have to hold you back from healing or reaching your optimal health.