The disgusting creatures inhabiting.. living organisms that live in your body and do not feel them

We sometimes feel itching, sting or pain in our bodies, we do not know why, and later it turns out to be due to insects or worms that live on our skin or in our intestines or even in our throats. 
but you’re not totally human. It’s nothing about you personally. It’s just that more than 90% of the cells in the human body are actually parasites. You might feel like a single being, but you’re really more of a bug city, teeming with different species.

Many of them do not see the naked eye, they coexist and live with us, some harmful and others harmless and three disappear from themselves. We show you here a number of organisms that live in our bodies and do not feel them often.


1. Head lice: These small insects can live in your hair and suck blood from your scalp, but they are not serious in general, and just feel itching, as well as infectious, and common in primary school children. You can buy shampoos to kill them, and the doctor can tell you about prescriptions. Be aware that if there were eggs and hatching, you will get itching again.


2 - ringworm: English name includes the word "worm", but do not worry there is no worms at all. It is a fungus that can infect any part of your body, such as your head, causing hair to fall. 

It may hit your feet, this type is called the athlete's foot, and it also afflicts the upper part. Treatment is anti-fungal creams, sprays, powders or pills.



3. Inchlostoma worm This type of worm is rare in the United States, where hook larvae enter your skin, usually in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, and enter your body if you walked barefoot on the infected soil, and live in your intestines, and not dangerous in general, Often disappear without treatment.

Its symptoms are itching and redness of the skin, and there is likely to be cough, wheezing, and stomach pain.


4. Wormworm: This parasite can be infected with infected beef, pork, or fish. If you are infected, you will probably see a small egg and pieces of worms in the anus, and may be up to 30 feet inside you, causing diarrhea, convulsions and weight loss.




Facial mites are basically small spiders that you pick up as you age, and at the age of 60, you have two thousand of the young ones that live on your face, but you can not see them because they do not exceed a third of a millimeter. Not to worry, all they want is to eat some dead skin cells and a little fat on the face.



6- Scabies: Scabies use their feet to dig into your skin, whether in your thigh, armpit or toes, and itchy skin itchy skin. It can spread from person to person if you touch the skin, brushes, clothes, or furniture. Your doctor can diagnose your injury, and prescription drugs can cure them, and you should wash your bedding and clothes.



7 - Giardia: are very small parasites living in your bowels, if you swim or drank from the waters of streams and lakes, or through hot water basins, well water, swimming pools, contaminated food, or contact an infected person. Symptoms of cramps, gas, weight loss, sulfur scents, diuretic diarrhea, and may not have any symptoms.




8. Navel bacteria: In the folds of your navel, the glands make sweat, oil and other things attract some bacteria and treat others, and some may get sick from other parts of your body. But in the navel, bacteria can help fight more dangerous bacteria. Things like your sex, your body shape, where you live, and your genes can determine the type of bacteria and how much you will get out of them.



9. Fungus Among us: fungi grow in dark, warm and moist places such as your mouth, folds of your skin, and your hair, causing skin rash, itching, and swelling of the skin. Fungus can grow in your mouth very much, causing white spots and bumps on your tongue, throat or inside your cheeks. Your doctor may call it "castles" and can be treated with antifungal drugs.



10. Intestinal microorganisms : Most trillions of microorganisms that live in and within your body are inside your bowels, interacting with your diet, body, and environment, and researchers are still discovering how this happens.



11 - Objects in the mouth: There is a delicate balance of bacteria, fungi and viruses in your mouth all the time, and can start problems such as cavities or sores when this imbalance breaks, due to things such as dry mouth or diabetes or weak immune system.



12 - Lactobacillus bacteria: There is another delicate balance and microscopic creatures inside the vagina, believed to be the first line of defense against other microbes that can cause vaginal discharge and itchy itch. Lactobacilli, especially, promotes vaginal health by helping to maintain correct acid levels, which helps prevent bacterial vaginal infections.


13. Arterial microbes: The balance of organisms not only in the mouth and intestines. Even the armpits have a microbe, which is part of the cause of the odor produced by them. Staphylococcus bacteria are often believed to be resistant to other germs. But the mix changes dramatically if you use anti-sweat.

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