“Do bartonella infections cause agitation, panic disorder, and treatment-resistant depression?” by James L. Schaller, et.al. explores the link between Bartonella infections and certain psychiatric symptoms. The main points of this prophetic article you can see bartonella hurting your mood and thoughts. And learn it can cause aggression, punching walls, screaming and cursing–not seen in the past… 1. Bartonella infections can cause agitation, panic disorder, and treatment-resistant depression. Why do psychiatrists never test for it at Galaxy diagnostics and IGENEX? Large national labs miss most Bartonella. 2. Bartonella infections are in brain blood vessels. These bacteria cause inflammation and damage to blood vessels, decreased blood flow and reduced oxygenation in the brain. 3 Diagnostic and treatment options are shared. The lead author is a researcher who wrote the first Bartonella texts since nothing existed. A new Bartonella textbook will be published this year. For example, a 30-year-old man developed severe anxiety, agitation, and depression after being bitten by a tick. The patient’s symptoms did not improve with standard psychiatric treatments, but he eventually responded to a combination of antibiotics and psychiatric medications. Bartonella infections affect the brain. They can invade and replicate within endothelial cells, leading to inflammation and damage to blood vessels walls. This can result in decreased blood flow and reduced oxygenation in the brain. This infection potentially leads to psychiatric symptoms. The authors recommend that clinicians consider testing for Bartonella infection and offer treatments.
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