Search

So "IS" there a connection between "picking" our "nose" and "Alzheimer's"???


Well . . . to answer that question . . .


"I" couldn't find "ANY" evidence that the bacteria called "P, gingivalis" that is associated with "Alzheimer's" . . . is detected in the "NOSE"


So I would have to call this one . . . "lie, lie...pants on fire" as far as humans go.


Now . . . I'm not saying the research that was reported . . . isn't "true" in MICE . . . but I'm having a hard time believing . . . due to "my" research . . . "picking the "nose" in humans . . . is the cause of "cognitive decline".


Okay . . . so listen up people . . . because this is what "I DID FIND"


I found that many OTHER "bacterial" infections can be transmitted from the "nose" to the "brain" . . . due to "picking our nose" or "pulling the hair out of our nose" . . .


And this is due to "breaking" the protective "barrier" in the wall lining of the nose . . . allowing the bacteria to enter the "olfactory bulb" and therefore entering the "brain".


That part "is" all "TRUE" . . . but I couldn't find the specific "bacteria" that causes "Alzheimer's" listed anywhere.


But . . . I did find that the Journal of Science Advances states . . . "bacteria" normally present in the "MOUTH" . . . can release "toxins" that make their way into the "brain" . . . which can contribute to "Alzheimer's disease"


And what is this "oral bacteria" . . . BOOM . . . "P. gingivalis" . . . the one that's associated with "Alzheimer's".


That's right . . . it's found in the "MOUTH" . . . NOT the "NOSE".


Unless maybe . . . you put your fingers in your mouth and then transferred this bacteria to the nose when picking it.


Just saying . . .


"I" think the "health" of our "mouth" is a bigger issue when it comes to "cognitive decline" diseases.


Okay . . . so with that being said . . . tomorrow we'll talk more about the mouth's part in all this . . . and discover the possibilities of a cleaner "brain".


As always, feel free to DM or contact me at: miraclemeadows.net/contact/











1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All