Question: What are the most significant adverse effects of immunizations and what would you recommend to negate these effects?
Dr. Blaylock's Answer:
There are a growing number of significant complications associated with vaccines, including seizures, learning difficulties, behavioral problems, speech problems, juvenile diabetes, asthma, and even death.
Recently, a number of studies have found that the H1N1 flu vaccines have caused narcolepsy (as sleep disorder) in a number of children, which can be devastating.
Should a person decide to get a vaccination, it is best to spread the vaccines out. Have no more than one vaccine administered per visit and separate them by at least six months.
Placing a cold cloth on the site of the vaccination will reduce the body’s immune reaction. Do this every two hours for the first waking day after the vaccination.
Multivitamins, vitamin D3 (2,000 IU a day), magnesium, and vitamin E as mixed tocopherols also reduce complications.
In most states, parents can apply for an exemption from immunizations based on religious objections, medical contraindications, or philosophical beliefs.
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