Friends, it is well known that exposure to all forms of manmade radiation, including so-called “non-ionizing” radiation being emitted from things like ultrasound, cell phones, wifi, smart meters, microwave towers and antennas, microwave ovens, cordless phones, baby monitors, Ipads, tablets, smart TVs, etc., causes a breakdown in the blood brain barrier (BBB). In the case of ultrasound (which I am currently writing a book about), the acoustic radiation can actually create PERFORATIONS in the blood brain barrier, and hence, people are now experiencing major leaks in the BBB leading to chronic runny nose (and a host of other issues).
Here’s a brief excerpt from my forthcoming book, “The Dark Side of Prenatal Ultrasound.” I share this in the hopes that people will begin to see that we absolutely have to avoid these lethal, genocidal technologies if we want to remain healthy. We are being systematically destroyed by manmade radiation. Interesting article is below.
Excerpts below are from my forthcoming book The Dark Side of Prenatal Ultrasound.
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Ultrasound also weakens and can cause perforations in the blood brain barrier (BBB) which, by the way, contains a very high concentration of mitochondria known to be dysfunctional in people with autism.
Weakening of the BBB can occur through ultrasound-induced hyperthermia or in response to ultrasound-induced cavitation which loosens tight junctions and forces endothelial cells apart. Once the opening is achieved, extremely neurotoxic agents can pass directly into the brains of developing children whose mothers have been hit with both vaccination and ultrasound during pregnancy.
“The effects of ultrasound on the integrity of the blood–brain barrier (BBB) have been investigated. There is convincing evidence that ultrasound… can be used to open the BBB.”
Medical scientists are using ultrasound to deliberately violate the integrity of the BBB, although of course they claim they are doing this for good purposes.
“Animal studies show experimental use of ultrasound to perforate the membrane of the blood brain barrier, predisposing to future meningitis and neural inflammation by infections. The experimenters’ claim the effect is transitory, but this is questionable.”
“If you station a battalion of microbubbles at the barrier and hit them with a focused beam of ultrasound, the tiny orbs begin to oscillate. They grow and grow until they reach the critical size of 8 microns, and then, like some Grey Wizard magic, the blood-brain barrier opens—and for a few hours, any drugs that happen to be in the bloodstream can also slip in. Things like chemo drugs, or anti-seizure medications.
This is both super cool and not a little bit scary. Too much pressure and those bubbles can implode violently, irreversibly damaging the barrier.”
The article below mentions that the BBB can leak from “high pressure in the skull (intracranial pressure).” In fact, the pressure from the frequencies being used to power the devices mentioned above create ENORMOUS pressure in the fluids, in the bones, in the ears, and in every cell of the body. The head, brain, and cerebrospinal fluid are particularly vulnerable due to radiation absorption by the skull bones. Hemorrhage in the fetal head from ultrasound has been noted by several researchers.
“The mechanical wave properties of acoustic pressure generated by US will have consequences on brain fluids.”
“US likely vibrates the cerebrospinal fluid in the brain…”
Medical researchers claim that hydrocephalus can result from intracranial hemorrhage and, as has already been stated, ultrasound can induce hemorrhage in the fetal head.
“Ultrasound-induced hemorrhage near the mouse fetal skull has been observed.”
“Hemorrhages occurred most often to the developing fetal head.”
Source Article: Your Runny Nose Could Be Leaking Brain Fluid https://www.livescience.com/29415-runny-nose-leaking-brain-csf-rhinorrhea.html
Sometimes a runny nose is just a runny nose, but sometimes it’s far more serious.
That’s what Arizona resident Joe Nagy discovered when he went to see a doctor after suffering from a runny nose for over a year.
“I got to the point where I had tissues all the time in my pocket,” Nagy told Fox 10 News.
Nagy’s doctor told him his runny nose was actually brain fluid leaking out through his nasal cavity. [10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Brain]
“I was scared to death, if you want to know the truth,” Nagy said.
Nagy’s medical condition is known as cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea, or CSF rhinorrhea. And it’s not as uncommon as you might expect, though still a rare medical condition.
In 2012, after enduring a runny nose for months, Aundrea Aragon discovered she, too, had CSF rhinorrhea.
“I knew it could not be allergies,” the Arizona resident told FoxNews.com. “The fluid would come out like a puddle.”
CSF rhinorrhea is caused by a small tear or hole in the membrane surrounding the brain. It can result from a severe head injury, complications from surgery or high pressure in the skull (intracranial pressure).
Because the brain produces roughly 17 ounces (500 milliliters) of cerebrospinal fluid each day, a runny nose caused by CSF rhinorrhea can be a seemingly endless problem.
And because a runny nose is such an ordinary complaint, most people ignore CSF rhinorrhea at first.
“This is one of the more common conditions to be missed for a long time … because so many people have runny noses,” Dr. Peter Nakaji, neurosurgeon at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, told Fox 10 News.
In some cases, the leaking can stop on its own, but there’s a real danger in ignoring the condition: Left untreated, the cerebrospinal fluid can become infected with life-threatening meningitis.
In Nagy’s case, he had to be treated for his meningitis before doctors could operate on his CSF rhinorrhea.
The surgery usually involves repairing the hole in the leaking membrane; the operation is performed through the nasal cavity in most cases and does not require cutting into the brain or skull.
After dealing with his runny nose for about 18 months, Nagy wasn’t sure his operation would be successful.
“I was waiting for the dribble [because] I was so used to it every day,” he told Fox 10 News. “I got my hankie … nothing. It’s never come back.”