Turkish Lyme Disease Presentation Includes Information About Morgellons

Turkish Lyme Presentation with Information about Morgellons Disease

Morgellons in Turkey is a very real situation. The Holistic Medicine School in Turkey has produced a compelling YouTube video which highlights the evidence that Morgellons is associated with Lyme disease.

Ramadan Webinars Series Webinar 34: Lyme Disease and Chronic Inflammation

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Murat Hökelek

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  • Morgellons disease, so far in a very good way manifested by a number of unspecified symptoms, most of them a disease whose symptom is related to the skin
  • Black, blue, or blue skin of a person with Morgellons disease fibers are produced in red color and these fibers come to the surface and come out many say
  • Many dermatologists treat Morgellons disease as a real and discrete not considered a disease, but rather a delusional parasitosis considered synonymous with (“delusional parasitosis”)
  • Found to be associated with Lyme

Mental Health Master – LIVE Interview

Mental Health Master https://www.youtube.com/c/MentalHealthMaster

⚠️WARNING! This episode discusses topics that may trigger strong emotions⚠️

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👍 B.S. in Psychology from Chaminade University
👍 M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands
👍 M.A. in Addiction Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands

  • 0:00 1. How did you get into the mental health field, what went into starting your YouTube channel, and what do you do professionally?
  • 0:44 2. How do mental health practitioners determine if their patients are unwell because of trauma or because of infectious disease, do they present differently based on the cause?
  • 2:16 3. In your opinion, is it ever right for a physician to diagnose a patient with Morgellons without any evidence of the condition but to enhance a rapport with them for the purpose of introducing them to antipsychotics?
  • 4:13 4. What, in your experience, is the most prevalent form of mental illness?
  • 5:17 5. What is the difference between acute and long-term mental illness, are there different reasons for each?
  • 6:45 6. Is it common for people to mistake bad behavior with personality traits, like being impulsive or reckless?
  • 7:38 7. How does a person develop a delusional state typically and what are the most common delusions and what is the difference between a delusional state and mistaken belief?
  • 12:44 8. What does depression feel like and what is a healthy approach to treating it?
  • 14:31 9. Is it hard for many people to reach out because they feel a kind of comfort in their depressed feelings? What is that phenomenon called?
  • 15:48 10. How can someone get help for somebody who doesn’t want any? Is there a way to know when it’s best to do what you can vs just walking away and letting be?
  • 19:02 11. Is there a difference between anger and psychosis?
  • 20:32 12. Did suicide increase or decrease during the pandemic?
  • 21:15 13. What are the factors of developing suicidal ideation, and what does that term actually mean?
  • 24:47 14. Does trauma contribute to people developing difficulties with interpersonal relationships?
  • 25:42 15. What are the most commonly experienced forms of #abuse?
  • 30:08 16. What are common outcomes from sexual trauma including rape, sexual assault, and incest?
  • 33:45 17. Is there any way to prevent sex crimes including education?
  • 34:56 18. Is it true that most people remain in abusive situations because of housing and other necessities for living?
  • 37:40 19. Do you believe in “healthy #narcissism”?
  • 41:16 20. Are most people who discuss social issues only trying to garner attention or are they actually raising awareness – how can you tell the difference? #VirtueSignaling?
  • 43:00 21. Do video games cause violent behavior?
  • 44:15 22. How can boundaries define and protect an individual?
  • 46:22 23. Can increased social activities result in better mental health?
  • 47:07 24. What is the most health-conscious way to protect your mental health?
  • 48:12 25. Do you feel cannabis is a useful tool in addressing and maintaining mental health?
  • 49:25 26. Can reframing situations be a helpful tool and for which mental health conditions specifically?
  • 51:44 27. People with skin conditions often harbor poor self-esteem, how can they address this and move beyond it to meet life goals?
  • 53:56 28. What can Lyme disease advocates do to effectively raise awareness and what behaviors should they avoid to maintain healthy efforts?
  • 56:56 BREAKING NEWS!!!
  • 58:00 29. What groups or organizations would you recommend to those interested in advocating for better mental health?
  • 59:04 30. What is next for Mental Health Master?

Chronic Lyme Disease And Strongyloides Patient Richard Kuhns B.S.Ch.E Describes His Experience With Morgellons And How He Got His Life Back

Richard Kuhns, a Chemical Engineer, who initially worked for Dupont and then left to start his own trek in life as a stress management consultant. Ten years into his new career everything was put on stop after he pulled a vine from a tree in his back yard from which he was showered with dust from a bird nest. It became his life-changing event. With no help from the medical community he was left on his own to find answers to the relentless symptoms of itching, biting, and non healing lesions. Through his experience of doing an elimination diet, he discovered there were certain foods that activated his symptoms and there were foods that deactivated the symptoms and with careful note taking over the course of a year or so he discovered what he calls, The King Diet, which has become the crux of his program.

  • What’s the difference between not having your life and having your life back? 
  • Where did you attend school and what attracted you to chemical engineering?
  • Are you from New Jersey originally? What’s it like in your state?
  • What led you to self-help, hypnosis, and Biofeedback?
  • There was a scientific review of Biofeedback in 2019 which found strong evidence it has therapeutic benefits, which conditions can it treat?
  • How can Hypnosis help?
  • Can someone use Hypnosis on themselves and how does that work?
  • What are some simple ways people can manage stress? 
  • When did you write your first book and what do you write about?
  • Are you working on a new book currently?
  • What led you to the world of #Morgellons?
  • What is the King’s Diet?
  • What are your thoughts on antibiotics?
  • Are there any supplements or vitamins that you find beneficial?
  • What is debriding soap and how does it work?
  • How are you doing today, do you have a maintenance protocol?
  • How can Morgellons patients avoid quacks?
  • How important is the community and if someone becomes separated from their support network for any reason including Morgellons, how can someone reconnect with that community and network?
  • How did you start your call-in show?
  • How did you meet Robin and when did she join you?
  • What kind of changes would you like to see in healthcare?
  • What’s the one thing someone should remember if they become desperate or despondent?
  • What other things are you passionate about?
  • How can someone engage with you if they want to try out your system?

CDC Morgellons Study Participants Honored in Online Advocacy Video

False information is spreading around the internet suggesting the CDC study did not include any actual Morgellons patients and that no fibers were looked at. Clearly this is incorrect.

40% of the fibers studied were “superficial skin”, consistent with later findings that the filaments originate inside the human body from epithelial cells and are comprised of keratin and collagen. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27789971/

All 12 patients had evidence of Lyme disease, consistent with the association with spirochetal infections demonstrated in later research. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25879673/

Finally, the CDC study was inconclusive. They did not conclude these patients were “crazy”. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22295070/

Take some time to watch the video yourself, and be sure to like, share, and subscribe!

Additionally, please make time in your day to review this compelling scientific presentation about the CDC Morgellons study.

If you’d like to learn even more about the Morgellons condition, consider reviewing these back-to-back scientific presentations on Morgellons Disease, or MD.

Finally, complete your understanding of what is scientifically relevant versus what is irrelevant regarding the Morgellons Disease condition by watching this scientific presentation and analysis.

Hallelujah, It’s Raining Science!

The Charles Holman Foundation continues its generosity by releasing both the 11th and 10th annual Morgellons conference media free on YouTube! Through these scientific presentations Morgellons is demystified, and it becomes clear that these patients need much better care.

11th Annual Morgellons Conference

  1. Diagnosing Morgellons Disease: Ginger Savely, DNP
  2. Diagnostic, Testing and Treatment Approaches: Carsten Nicolaus, MD, PhD
  3. Environmental Toxins & Morgellons Disease: Eboni Cornish, MD
  4. The Truth About Fake News: Ronald Wilson, MD
  5. Morgellons: Is it Delusional? Marianne Middelveen, MDSC
  6. Morgellons: Is it Infection? Marianne Middelveen, MDSC
  7. Multiple Bacterial Species Co-Localized Exclusively to Active Lesions: Randy S. Wymore, PhD
  8. Evidence of Bacterial Co-Infections in Morgellons & Lyme Patients: Julie Lewis, MDSC, PhD Candidate
  9. Suicide and Morgellons Diseases: Robert C. Bransfield, MD, DLFAPA
  10. Healing from Morgellons Disease: Courtney Day, ND
  11. Morgellons Fibers in an 8 year old Golden Retriever: T.J. Dunn, JR, DVM
  12. Patient Perspectives: Never Say Whoa in a Mudhole: Denise Moudree
  13. Q&A: Day 1
  14. Q&A: Day 2

10th Annual Morgellons Conference

  1. Canine Filamentous Dermatitis Associated with Borrelia Infection: Raphael Stricker, MD
  2. Multiple Bacterial Species Present in Active Morgellons Lesions: Randy S. Wymore, PhD
  3. A Critique of the CDC Morgellons Study: Marianne Middleveen, MDES
  4. How to Have a Better Experience at Your Doctor Visit: Steven R. Feldman, MD
  5. Morgellons Disease Testing and Diagnosis: Melissa C. Fesler, FNP-BC
  6. Morgellons Disease: Conventional. Alternative and Integrative Approaches: Carsten Nicolaus, MD, PhD
  7. Objective Findings in Morgellons Disease: Ginger R. Savely, DNP, Med, FNP-C, CAN
  8. Morgellons and Low Dose Antigen Treatment – Norihito Onishi, D.O.
  9. My Morgellons Experience – Amelia Withington, MD
  10. Applying Functional Medicine in the Treatment of Morgellons Disease – Eboni Cornish, MD
  11. The Neuropsychiatric Assessment when Suspecting Morgellons: Robert C. Bransfield, MD, DLFAPA
  12. Morgellons Disease: What’s Relevant, What Isn’t? Marianne Middleveen, MDES
  13. Q & A – Day 1
  14. Q & A – Day 2

The Charles Holman Foundation Releases 12th Annual Morgellons Conference Presentations For Free On YouTube

Have you ever wondered what happens at a “Morgellons Conference”? The Charles Holman Foundation knows you have and has you covered by releasing its’ 12th annual Morgellons conference presentations for free on YouTube!

  1. My Morgellons Journey and the Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation: Cindy Casey Holman
  2. Morgellons Disease: 16 Years on the Front Lines: Ginger R. Savely, DNP, MED, FNP-C, CAN
  3. Morgellons Disease: Testing, Conventional and Alternative/Integrative Treatment: Carsten Nicolaus
  4. Detection of tick-borne infection in Morgellons disease patients: Jyotsna Shah, PHD
  5. Morgellons Demystified: Marianne Middelveen by Melissa C. Fessler, FNP-BC
  6. Morgellons Disease: Reality, Unreality and the Next Steps / Randy S. Wymore, PhD
  7. Morgellons Disease: A Year in Review: Melissa C. Fesler, FNP-BC
  8. Unraveling Complex Clinical Cases: Courtney Day, ND
  9. CEHF 12th Annual Medical-Scientific Conference on Morgellons Disease Q&A

Special Interview with Lyme Expert, Dr. Robert C. Bransfield

On Friday evening, July 31st, we were fortunate to interview prominent psychiatrist Dr. Robert C. Bransfield. Here is the recording of that session.

  1. What is the deal with COVID19, should people be wearing masks and how is the situation where you live?
  2. Does COVID19 cause psychological manifestations?
  3. What is Morgellons Disease?
  4. What is the most concerning aspect of Morgellons, in your experience?
  5. Why is it hard for many people to accept that infections can result in concerning behavior?
  6. How can someone tell if they are suffering psychological issues because of infection or other reasons like emotional trauma?
  7. Can specific conditions like bi-polar disorder be caused by infections and what other reasons would someone suffer from BPD?
  8. When you suspect Lyme, do you treat the patient or would you refer them out to an infectious disease specialist?
  9. How soon do patients see remediation of their condition if the cause is infection and how is their infection typically treated?
  10. Can psychotropic drugs be harmful to Lyme patients?
  11. Are benzos safe?
  12. Can cannabis be used to treat psychological disturbances?
  13. What is the association of Lyme disease with violence?
  14. Is ADD and ADHD associated with Lyme disease?
  15. Is syphilis still a prevalent infection or has Lyme overtaken it in incidence?
  16. Is it harder for Lyme patients to cope with emotional distress?
  17. How can someone tell if they are neurotic or if that is simply their personality?
  18. Can Lyme disease alter a persons personality, dramatically?
  19. How important is a support network for recovery, can someone make it without any help?
  20. What can Lyme patients do themselves to aid the healing process?
  21. Are there markers which indicate nominal behavioral health?
  22. How common are hallucinations with Lyme disease and what causes them?
  23. Are there sexual behavior implications of Lyme disease?
  24. Does Lyme disease promote narcissism, like syphilis is reported to do?
  25. Does traumatic brain injury factor heavily into patient prognosis?
  26. What research are you currently working on?

Microbiologist Marianne Middelveen LIVE

Marianne Middelveen is a microbiologist and a medical mycologist in Calgary, Alberta, Canada currently working in the field of Veterinary Microbiology and specializing in bovine mastitis. She received post-graduate degrees in Microbial and Biochemical Science and in Environmental Science from Georgia State University and University of Calgary, respectively. She has been involved in research projects at the Centro Amazonico para Investigacion y Control de Enfermedades Tropicales, Puerto Ayacucho, Territorio Federal Amazonas (Edo. Amazonas), Venezuela; Instituto de Medicina Tropical, Universidad Central de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela; Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia; Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Gerogia; University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Calgary, Alberta. She became interested in Lyme disease after discovering she had the disease in 2011. As a volunteer, she has been involved in research related to Lyme disease on behalf of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation.

  • 0:00 Live interview with Marianne Middelveen
  • 2:46 What are #Morgellons fibers and how are they made?
  • 3:23 What pathogens are typically involved in Morgellons disease?
  • 4:29 What is a follicular cast and how is that different from a Morgellons fiber?
  • 6:06 Do different pathogens cause follicular casts and Morgellons?
  • 6:55 Is it true that one symptom of Morgellons patients is that their hairs will grow in reverse and how far down do they grow?
  • 12:10 Some Morgellons fibers react to Borrelia staining.
  • 15:43 Is it true that some Morgellons patients do not have any sores at all?
  • 18:37 Other species of Borrelia
  • 21:12 Is T. Denticola any different from T. Pallidum?
  • 21:49 Do treponemes cross-react with Borrelia?
  • 24:27 Besides PCR and immunostaining do you employ other methods to elicit Borrelia?
  • 27:07 Is Morgellons caused by a fungal infection?
  • 27:47 Is #Lyme disease demonstrated to cause ulcerations like syphilis?
  • 28:38 What has your research shown you about Morgellons in dogs, is it different from what is in people?
  • 32:30 Objectively looking at the research.
  • 36:57 A person can have Lyme and syphilis at the same time.
  • 40:26 What are the “white worm” “plugs”?
  • 43:30 What is the difference between BDD and Morgellons?
  • 48:04 There were early reports of Morgellons fibers being discovered inside organs, theoretically in light of what we know about Morgellons could such a phenomenon occur?
  • 50:39 Is Morgellons a condition or a disease?
  • 54:32 How does classification and staging work?
  • 56:25 Do physicians have to meet requirements to start using the Morgellons staging and classification system?
  • 57:53 What are biofilms and how are they involved with Morgellons?
  • 1:00:19 The CDC recently updated their website to warn about congenital Lyme transmission, but not regarding sexual transmission. Can Lyme infect patients in the same manner as syphilis?
  • 1:03:14 Does PCR analysis simply amplify which agents you want to be associated with what you are researching, does it give you the easy answer you want?
  • 1:05:11 If you could direct a Morgellons study with unlimited funding, what would you intend to discover?
  • 1:08:37 What research are you currently working on?
  • 1:09:42 Has the Coronavirus directly impacted your life?