Multiple studies found that flu vaccinations can cause harm to your heart, infant and fetus. The CDC recommends that all infants six months or older should receive flu vaccinations on top of a highly questionable vaccination schedule. You can check out the entire vaccination schedule here.
A study published in the journal Vaccine found that flu vaccines can cause a measurable increase in inflammation in pregnant women. This can increase the risk of preeclampsia which can result in high blood pressure and an increased amount of protein in the urine. Preeclampsia can lead to eclampsia, which are life threatening seizers pregnant women can have during birth.
Another study published in the Journal of Paediatrics, found that 85 percent of newborn infants experienced abnormal elevations of CRP when given multiple vaccines and up to 70 percent in those given a single vaccine. CRP is a protein found in the blood, a rise in this protein is a response to inflammation. Overall, 16 percent of infants were reported to experience vaccine-associated cardiorespiratory events within 48 hours of immunization.
Last but not least, a study published in the International Journal of Medicine revealed something that you don’t hear to often. That flu vaccines results in inflammatory cardiovascular changes indicative of increased risk for serious heart-related events, like a heart attack.
Together with an inflammatory reaction, influenza A vaccine induced platelet activation and sympathovagal imbalance towards adrenergic predominance. Significant correlations were found between CRP levels and HRV (heart rate variability) parameters, suggesting a pathophysiological link between inflammation and cardiac autonomic regulation. The vaccine-related platelet activation and cardiac autonomic dysfunction may transiently increase the risk of cardiovascular events.
More people are choosing to opt our of their yearly flu vaccination due to new information surfacing that shows they can be harmful to your health. Instances like children in Europe developing Narcolepsy after the H1N1 pandemrix vaccine adds to the new decisions as well.doesn’t help either. Periodic infectious challenges are natures way of strengthening the immune system, but with such a rigid vaccine schedule from the onset of birth, our immune system becomes reliant and weak instead of strong and more developed. In fact, during the global pandemic that was declared by the World Health Organization in 2009, Canadians actually increased the rate of medically attended pandemic H1N1 infection. Vaccines, therefore, may actually decrease the resistance to viral infection via their immunosuppressive actions. The study was published in the US National Library of Medicine.
Over 200 viruses cause influenza and influenza-like illness which produce the same symptoms (fever, headache, aches and pains, cough and runny noses). Without laboratory tests, doctors cannot tell the two illnesses apart. Both last for days and rarely lead to death or serious illness. At best, vaccines might be effective against only influenza A and B, which represent about 10% of all circulating viruses (source)
Hopefully this information inspires you to further investigate before receiving your flu shots. We are often pushed and encouraged by health organizations and mass media to take the flu shot without taking a look at the evidence that supports it, and the evidence that works against it. Having a broad range of information is always better than having no information at all. I personally choose not to be vaccinated, I am a strong believer that our immune systems are capable of overcoming any type of illness especially when we take care of our health and have the right mentally in place. I also recommend taking a look at the ingredients within the vaccine you are considering, and researching the potential effects those can have on your body.
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