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luvema
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Okay, so I posted about this before.

I been having non stop head movement for three months. Sometimes i'll have a week without a movement. Sometimes it's not really bad other times i end up falling on the ground of how bad it gets.

My head shakes on it's own from side to side very fast...

Or sometimes it will move in circles.

What is causing this??? Anyone knows anything about this...
It's scaring me day by day!

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Ema,

I hate to sound like a broken record, but you need to treat for parasites with antiparasitic herbs or pharma antiparasitics. Parasites love the head area and can migrate there when your system is overloaded.

My head went completely numb some yrs ago, along with vibrations, stuttering and head pressure.

Treating G. I, parasites was key in getting rid of this and the parasites. I know finances are a problem for you, but salt/c and herbs are very cheap.

Gael

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I want to treat for parasites, but my doctor doesn't treat them or like me to mention them.

Plus, I am really afraid to try something on my own. My body is so weak and anything can give me a reaction. I did put some sea salt in my water, but that's all I've done.

I'll try to bring it up again to my lmdd, but not sure how she'll respond since last time it wasnt very well.

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