STAPH

Doctor Motley - StaphSTAPH

The most common form of staph is staphylococcus aureus. Staph usually invades the tissue of the nose and skin, according to the CDC. It has been most widely known for MRSA, which is a form of staph. This has caused many fatalities in hospitals where hygiene and sanitation was not been held up to standard.

There has been research studies showing that staph infects areas other than just sinuses and skin. Staph has been shown to be in organ tissue and lymph nodes all over the body. This bacteria acts in the same way as strep, but it only differs in its biochemistry. It is estimated that 1 in 3 people carry staph in there nose and 2 in 100 carry MRSA. So it is not uncommon for anyone to have a form of staph simply because it can transmit through air.

I see that many patients show signs of symptoms of Staph in their lower digestive tracts and respiratory system. When you suggest they may want to get it tested, they automatically think skin lesions or that they are unsanitary. That is not the case. Staph can infect anyone, it’s just the world we live in.

Most individuals do not feel the signs and symptoms of staph for long periods of times, never even having a skin or nose lesion. The bacteria hides well and continues to drain the body of energy and nutrients.

The most common signs and symptoms I see in the office are rashes that break out randomly in the same areas. Especially in certain times of year, during exercise, hot weather, cleanses, and during menstrual cycles for females.

Additionally, chronic sinus congestion and stuffed sinus cavities that will not go away is a good indicator that staph may be involved. But remember you don’t need to have a rash or congestion to carry this energy killer, they are very subtle.
I always suggest my trifecta:
  1. Vitamin C
  2. Vitamin D/K
  3. Ionic/Colloidal Silver
Recommended Herbals (have a professional check you on these):
  1. Noni Powder-anti-microbial
  2. Manjistha-anti-inflammatory and lymph cleaner
  3. Neem-anti-microbial
Don’t overdo on herbals, slow and steady with any supplement regimen is best. Doing things too fast just overwhelms the body. Simple staph tests are available at your doctors office. If you have chronic fatigue, don’t count out staph.

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