Mosquitoes Can Cause Harm to Our Health: Try Biomagnetic Therapy

April 29, 2024

Did you know mosquitos can cause harm to our health? It’s not just those annoying bites that can be problematic. Last August, I was supposed to have the vacation of my dreams: a week on Martha’s Vineyard, the picturesque island off the coast of Massachusetts known for its beautiful beaches. Our secluded house tucked away in nature would be the perfect escape, and I had everything I needed to relax in the sun and recharge from my busy life. The perfect get-away.

Or so I thought.

On the morning of our first day in paradise, my partner and I decided to go for a walk along the dirt road that meandered through the woods abutting the property. It had been an extremely rainy summer, and the foliage was lush and inviting. (The Boston Globe reported the summer of 2023 was the second rainiest in Boston on record. It was also the wettest on record in New Hampshire with 21 inches of rain during the summer months, 8 inches more than the average.)

We excitedly put on our sneakers and baseball hats and set out along the trail. Within minutes, we noticed a large number of mosquitos swarming around us. Shortly thereafter, the biting started. We were under attack. Within 5 minutes, I had been bitten 10+ times, and we quickly ran back to the house.

Unfortunately, though the sun was shining brightly, we were again swarmed and bitten on the patio while trying to read our books later that day. The mosquito bites began to multiply, and by the end of our first vacation day, I counted 30+ bites on my body. Interestingly, I noticed I was beginning to feel unusually tired. By bedtime, I had the chills and a mild headache. Upon waking the next morning, I didn’t have the energy to go and explore the island, and my stomach was bothering me.

For the rest of the vacation week, I tried to rally and have fun as best I could. Though I was able to swim some, go out to eat, and drive around the island and explore, I felt lethargic and bloated, had fluctuating constipation and loose stools, my body ached, and I was irritable with frequent chills and headaches.

When Vector-borne infection is the culprit

Ironically, as a biomagnetic practitioner at the NH Health & Wellness Center, I work with clients every day who suffer from symptoms of vector-borne infection, transmitted to humans through the bite of infected vectors, such as ticks, spiders, fleas, flies, including blackflies and sandflies, and mosquitoes. They bite us more often than we are aware. According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, there are hundreds of millions of vectors and vector-borne disease cases and over 700,000 deaths occur from vector-borne diseases annually.

Diagnosing vector-borne infections within the insurance-based healthcare system, which includes our PCPs (primary care providers) and medical doctors, can be challenging due to often complex clinical presentations and overlapping symptoms with other illnesses, especially with limited time during patient appointments. Further, our PCPs and medical doctors receive training in general medicine and may not have expertise in diagnosing and treating vector-borne diseases.

As such, my clients often find the NH Health & Wellness Center after years of suffering from unexplained symptoms with little to no relief after seeing multiple doctors. I was now experiencing some of the same symptoms that I hear every day and felt their same desperation to feel better. Fortunately for me, I knew that mosquitoes can cause harm to our health and may be the culprit, and an answer wouldn’t be far away.

Biomagnetic Therapy

When I returned home, I asked my biomagnetism colleague to muscle test what infections were present in my body. In Biomagnetic Therapy, we use muscle testing, also known as Applied Kinesiology, to assess the functional status of various organs and systems as well as imbalances present in the body.

As a result of the assessment, my colleague found that I had picked up malaria from the mosquitos. Each year, nearly 290 million people are infected with malaria, and more than 400,000 people die of the disease. Malaria is not limited to warm, tropical climates. The CDC website notes various transmission methods, including “Airport” malaria which refers to malaria caused by infected mosquitoes that are transported rapidly by aircraft from a malaria-endemic country to a non-endemic country.

Malaria is an infectious disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to humans through the bites of infected mosquitoes. When an infected mosquito bites a person, it injects the malaria parasites into the bloodstream. The parasites then travel to the liver, where they mature and reproduce. After days or weeks, the parasites re-enter the bloodstream and infect red blood cells, leading to symptoms that may include fever, chills, headache, nausea, body aches, diarrhea, vomiting, breathing issues, and chest pain.

Other problematic diseases transmitted by mosquitoes include Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), West Nile, and Jamestown Canyon Virus (JCV). And they are not as rare as you’d think. The Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services, in collaboration with The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, confirmed that mosquitoes collected near downtown Nashua last summer tested positive for JCV.

Happy ending with Biomagnetic Therapy

At the NH Health & Wellness Center in Nashua, NH, we offer Biomagnetic Therapy that addresses the symptoms of a wide range of vector-borne infections. Biomagnetic Therapy is a powerful and scientific modality where positive and negative therapeutic grade magnetic pairs are placed in specific locations on the body that harbor certain diseases. The magnets neutralize the body’s pH, aiding targeted pathogens to die out, allowing the body to heal itself.

Unique to the Center, our biomagnetic therapists are advanced trained in three wide-ranging protocols, each targeting a specific point in the body that harbors infection and toxins. Through these protocols, we have access to thousands of biomagnetic pairs. With the renowned Lyme Magnetic ProtocolSM Therapy (LMP) specifically, we have access to more than 1,500 researched and identified biomagnetic pairs to treat the highly complex symptoms of vector- borne diseases.

The happy ending to my story is that after I received Biomagnetic Therapy, I started feeling better the next day. Bloating went down, stools normalized, headaches and chills dissipated, and body aches subsided. I was amazed at the rapid disappearance of my symptoms.

Do not suffer alone. If you or someone you know began experiencing unexplained symptoms after receiving insect bites or have similar symptoms but don’t ever recall receiving a bite, consider Biomagnetic Therapy as a means to discover the root cause of your ailments, reduce symptoms, and feel better. We are here for you.

Karen Cerato, OT, RMT, BMP is a biomagnetic therapy practitioner at the NH Health & Wellness Center in Nashua, NH. Karen works with clients of all ages, both in-person and remotely all around the country. To inquire about biomagnetic therapy or to join Karen’s waitlist, please contact the Center at 603-402-9134 or email

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