Well, well, well, look at this, a new study linking vaccinations to mental disorders. And this one was done by researchers from Yale.
“Temporal association of certain neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Vaccination of children and adolescents: a Pilot case-control study.”
The authors concluded:
“These findings provide preliminary epidemiologic evidence that the onset of some pediatric-onset neuropsychiatric disorders, including AN, OCD, anxiety disorders, and tic disorders, may be temporally related to prior vaccinations.”
I have suspected this connection for years. I have seen people changing overnight after vaccinations. Very scary to witness…
The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry, reports that patients diagnosed with neuropsychiatric disorders like obsessive-compulsive disorder and anorexia nervosa were more likely to have received vaccinations three months prior to their diagnoses.
Using information from a health insurance claims database, Leckman and his co-authors examined the correlations between specific vaccines and various neurological disorders in six- to 15-year-old children. Children with open wounds and broken bones were used as the two control groups.
While only about 10 percent of children with open wounds had received vaccinations, vaccines had been given to over 20 percent of children later diagnosed with anorexia.
Higher numbers of vaccinated children were also found among those who were diagnosed with OCD, anxiety disorder, and ADHD as soon as three months after their vaccinations.
The researchers found correlations for one vaccine in particular: the influenza vaccine, which was associated with higher rates of OCD, anorexia, anxiety disorder, and tic disorder.
This is not surprising at all. You have known for about two decades now that mercury causes neurological issues.
In addition, vaccines work by prodding the immune system to produce antibodies against viruses and bacteria, thus priming the body against these pathogens before they enter it. Some antibodies, however, can react against not only the intended pathogen proteins but also against human proteins, a phenomenon called cross-reactivity.
A 2015 study published in Science Translational Medicine discovered that antibodies elicited by the Pandemrix influenza vaccine cross-reacted with a human brain protein, hypocretin receptor 2.
Autoimmunity, in which antibodies attack human proteins, is also known to play a critical role in normal brain development, Leckman noted. According to Leckman, if children, were experiencing inflammation, a process that promotes autoimmunity, at the time of vaccination, the combination of inflammation and vaccination could have deleterious effects on brain development.
The ironic thing is this statement is all vaccinations cause inflammation. They don’t have to look too far to see the cause of this inflammation!
But of course, the results are very preliminary and do not establish a cause and effect relationship. Animal models could help establish such a cause and effect relationship by allowing researchers to manipulate and control for multiple variables.
In support of this, we have known for years that when mice and rats, for example, are used to study the different components of vaccines, they develop neurological disorders like autism.
To me, it is a no brainer (no pun indeed!) that vaccines may cause mental disorders.
After all, they were designed to attack the brains of our kids with the presence of polysorbate 80, formaldehyde, mercury, aluminum, etc. that are all known to accumulate in the brain and cause inflammation.
God bless y’all 🙂