Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Retroviruses are one of the biggest insults to immunity and a potential cause involved in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
A retrovirus is a virus whose genes are encoded in RNA, and, using an enzyme called reverse transcriptase, replicates itself by first reverse-coding its genes into the DNA of the cells it infects. Once it’s in the DNA, it’s there for good. Every time your DNA replicates, so does the retrovirus. It has been estimated that approximately 8-15% of our genome is compromised of retroviruses, and some controversial data shows they are potentially oncogenic.
Toxic Metals and Retroviruses
Retroviruses, Parasites, Tick-Born Disease and Biotoxins
However, these infections create biotoxins to modulate your immune system for their survival. These biotoxins need to be removed from the body but when the pathway is overloaded, you may have trouble detoxing heavy metals, pesticides, etc. You can’t just treat the co-infections and heavy metals – if retroviruses are treated first, then the others diminish and resolve.
Retroviruses, EMF and WIFI
EMRs, especially microwaves, are a key trigger for unleashing retroviruses, so you must try and limit your exposure to these, especially if you have CFS. Make sure you turn off your WIFI over night, and switches (at the wall) for devices like bedside lamps, and assess where your bed is in relation to the oven, fridge, or power box (be as far from these as possible).
Testing and Treatment
Nagalase testing is an accessible test that is available through functional testing labs. This is considered to be the most convenient method for detecting retroviruses at this stage. There are many potential therapies to silence retroviruses. Selenium, broccoli sprout, and Cistus tea are the cornerstone of treatment, along with Bacial Skullcap, S Johns Wort, and stevia.
To get more information about Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, contact a chronic fatigue specialist in Adelaide now!