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Even Mild COVID Can Cause Brain Shrinkage and Disrupt Mental Function

by Sean Martu

I cannot tell you how many people I have encountered who’ve said,” …eh covid is the flu”. I used to correct the ignorance, but I no longer do it, I’ve had my share of educating people on what the mRNA covid vaccines can or cannot do. I’ve tried to tell people this might be the worst virus that has ever hit the earth, and it was created by the earth as an immune response to us, the overgrown bacteria of the earth.

There is nothing modern medicine can do to help.

In early 2021 someone I know mother and son got covid, the mother hospitalized and the son not. he told me both of them basically started to exhibit autism-like symptoms that have never gone away.

Now Science Daily is reporting that –

For the first time, a new study has investigated the effects of mild COVID (that is, infection that doesn’t lead to a hospital admission) on the brain. The findings may further explain some of the brain changes contributing to long COVID.

Brain scans and tests show changes

Many people who have had COVID report feelings of “brain fog”, fatigue and problems with concentration and memory long after their initial symptoms resolve. These problems, collectively referred to as “long COVID”, may last for months even after mild infection.

Long COVID is very common, and may affect more than half of the people who catch COVID, even if they have a mild case.

Scientists collected data and they looked at brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and tests of brain function in 785 volunteers who were assessed before the pandemic. They then compared this to the same data collected three years later, when about half of those participants had mild COVID infection, and the other half had not caught COVID.

The group who had mild COVID an average of five months beforehand had thinning of brain tissue in several brain regions, ranging from 0.2% to around 2% compared to their pre-COVID scan. This is equivalent to between one and six years of normal brain aging. Affected brain regions included the parahippocampal gyrus (an area related to memory) and the orbitofrontal cortex, which is located at the front of the brain and is important for smell and taste.

Now that Putin has gone nuts or been nuts, maybe he has covid lol, either way, covid has disappeared from the media waves, but covid hasn’t gone anywhere.

The only thing that is going to save you from covid is healing plants of nature, turn to nature before it is too late.

See my article “Covid nearly killed me; How did the Hospital ICU treat me and How did I treat myself“.


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Deanna July 16, 2022 - 7:58 pm

Hi. I stumbled upon your website after searching for diatomaceous dirt and then saw this particular article. I had covid 19 months ago. It was a super mild case, but then the brain fog never went away. I am a 38 year old female and I’d say my brain aged at least 20 years. I now have terrible short term memory and I do not feel adrenaline or emotions from my heart anymore. Formerly I was a very highly sensitive person who did theater and was able to memorize long monologues. Research is now saying that massive inflammation shrinks the hippocampus and amygdala, which are responsible for memory and emotions. Unfortunately this has also affected my father, my brother, and my 15 year old son the exact same way. As soon I got better from covid I immediately started telling my husband that a part of my brain that made me *me* had been shut off and a part of my brain had been dimmed. Now, the research is FINALLY saying what I have been trying to tell people for over a year and a half. Sadly, most people think it’s ‘all in our heads,’ which it is, only not in the way they assume.

Sean Martu
Sean Martu July 16, 2022 - 9:39 pm

Madness, try taking rutin. And take oil of oregano or powder black seeds to make sure the virus is fully out of your body


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