That is what I was thinking.
It's got to be the brain. So what are we doing to treat the brain?
There are some abx which can penetrate the CNS.
Here is a list of some abx and it shows the CNS penetration. According to the list Azithromycin is good for brain, CNS is poor. Rif is good. Metronizadole is Excellent. Streptomycin has been left blank but I found a site which explainst that it is Excellent which may explain why it is used for Brucellosis. The first list is not put out by any medical professional, but it seems to be a colaboration of medical opinions from www.lymepa.org.
The second link is information from www.Drugs.com
It seems to me that the zoonotic diseases target the Central Nervous System. That they dull the nerve sensations, which could attribute to not being able to get out of a chair or off the floor.
What do we know about nerves? We know that they work by stimulation. The action is like electricity between the nerve endings. We know that the space between the nerve endings have a relevant factor in how the nerve functions. THC the chemical in marijuana causes the spaces to widen, thus slower reaction.
What causes the synapse or the space to shorten? Caffeine?
Maybe with these zoonotic diseases it is just that the nerve endings are dull, damaged, dehydrated, or drunk. Drunk from tne neurotoxins.
That would account for why so many suffer from moments of rage or impared judgement and great fatigue. The neurotoxins could be the responsible catalyst.
Can anyone enlighten me on this? I am a bit confused on why the muscles don't want to function and why some people end up paralyzed.
Post Edited (Sunshine20090909) : 12/12/2009 11:21:07 AM (GMT-7)