For many years, the role of biofilms in infection was misunderstood. Recent studies have demonstrated that these materials are not only hosts for many bacteria that cause illness in people, but they increase the dangers of existing chronic diseases. As this knowledge has grown, medications to fight biofilms and related disease-platforms, such as InterFase Plus capsules have come onto market. Such medication helps the body eliminate biofilm contamination and protect against contact with them.
What are Biofilms?
Biofilms include a wide-array of fungi and molds that serve as incubators for debilitating disease. They are extremely difficult to eradicate, even using sterile procedures, and provide transfer vectors for bacteria to enter the body. This bacterium, which enters the body through wounds, food, or inhalation, can pass on a host of diseases and exacerbate symptoms of existing illnesses and conditions. Listed below are three such conditions that are caused or aggravated by contact with biofilms.
Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing diseases in the US. As the range of the deer tick that carries Lyme spreads, more cases will come to light. As Lyme Disease progresses, infected individuals experience debilitating pain, fever, palsy, numbness, and loss of brain cognition. Recent studies have shown that mold and other biofilms play a significant role in weakening the body’s natural resistance to chronic illness such as Lyme Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. Taking InterFase Plus capsules at the onset on Lyme and other Disease can reduce the symptoms and slow the progression of the disease.
Hospital Borne Infections
One of the more frightening aspects of a hospital visit is the possibility of infection by anti-biotic resistant “superbugs.” Even in the most sterile of environments, molds and other biofilms can find their way into the deep recesses of medical equipment and provide the conditions that support such materials.
If you schedule a hospital visit, take InterFase Plus capsules as a prophylactic against contact with biofilms, molds, and superbugs that may be lurking therein.
Each year, millions of people are affected by bacteria leading to chronic issues and even death. While many of these infections are secondary to chronic illnesses from which patients already suffer, they can cause greater problems when they enter a bodily system with a compromised immune system; making the original infection or disease more difficult to fight. Complications include pneumonia, blood borne infections, and illnesses brought on by improperly cleaned catheters and medication ports.
This bacterium often acts as or is supported by biofilms within the body or on medical instruments. As such, it can be defeated by similar preventative medicines as those that effect biofilms.