Mainstream scientists believe nose-picking could be a cause of Alzheimer’s disease and not the plethora of prescription and nonprescription drugs consumed by billions of people every year. I think science is digging into the wrong place.
Some of the articles written in mainstream science journals are so bizarre it beggars belief.
Scientists can, amazingly, come up with a link between nose-picking and dementia but can’t find a link between billions of people taking bioweapons disguised as vaccines and SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome).
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Oh my, John, what the pharmaceutical companies won’t say and do to try to cover their tracks.
I learned with my autistic son how much anticholinergic drugs can affect the brain. A medication he was on caused severe delirium while he had been on it. The experience was a horrible nightmare!
And after he was off it, and all other drugs for some months he improved. Because most all medications contain some amount of anticholinergic properties. Including over the counter drugs. But some are worse than others.
“Anticholinergic drugs block the action of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. A neurotransmitter is a chemical released by nerve cells to send signals to other cells. Acetylcholine is involved in transmitting messages that affect muscle contractions in the body and learning and memory in the brain.
Anticholinergic drugs should be avoided in patients with dementia, cognitive impairment, or delirium. A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine noted that higher cumulative anticholinergic medication use was associated with an increased risk for dementia.”
And, John, I am sure you would agree that most people have been picking their noses since the beginning of time. And although dementia of the elderly may have been around for sometime, also. Certainly not to the extent that we have it now.
“The number of individuals developing Alzheimer’s disease has recently tripled among those age 30 to 64.
The number of individuals developing early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has also doubled, with woman being at significantly hire at risk than men.”
“A recent report by Blue Cross Blue Shield, one of the largest healthcare insurers in America, showed a frightening increase in both Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.”
So I think that we can debunk the picking nose theory! 😂
I guess there must be a lot more nose-picking taking place these days than in the past, Lisa. 🤣👍
We must keep following the science. What a joke mainstream science has become.
And I bet that they would actually try to use “more frequent nose-picking” as an argument for their case, John! Insanity! 😂👍
Although how are they doing that with those ridiculous masks on?
Great point, Lisa! 🤣
John, *** this*** information is a good to know. Now I can start using deodorant (the aluminum stuff) again without fear.
btw — “How can we trust science when it decrees with zero evidence that vaccines save lives, despite the fact that they provably injure, paralyse and kill with impunity?”
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Exactly, Kenneth! 👍
If that’s the case, we are all doomed… doomed I tell ya… all of us.
Unless it’s cumulative then some will be saved.
For it is written that no one of us is without that part of our childhood. (whether we care to admit it or not) LoL
But then – I’m not going to speak for everyone – so forget I said anything. 😉
I hear you! 🤣👍
“I picked this story…”
“digging in the wrong place”