I don’t know, every time I see the same weird replies and weird sort of comments on YouTube about parasites. People have got this thing, I don’t know what they’re smoking or what kind of science fiction movies they’re watching, but it must be quite interesting. “Is it possible that parasites are crawling under my skin?” Lots of people who take the parasite quiz that we’ve got up, they comment on this. “I feel like I’ve got bugs crawling all over my scalp. I’ve got worms crawling in my ears and I’ve got snakes crawling in my brain.” That’s another one. “My skin has little black seeds under my skin. It feels like something crawling in my face.” I mean, what’s all this crawling business? They’ve been watching Alien too much or something with those creatures.
Okay. It doesn’t mean to say you got worms crawling all over your body. You’re not Sigourney Weaver in Alien, I can tell you now. All right? There’s all sorts of sensations that you can feel. I mean, all of us at some stage have felt something crawling in our ear or something wriggling around our neck or our skin. I mean I get these sort of sensations regularly like everyone else does. All kinds of reasons why you can get these sensations. I mean for goodness sakes, you’re living being. You’ve got millions of living beings crawling all over your body. You’ve got billions of bacteria just all over your face everywhere. All sorts of sensations can be felt with the skin. It’s not abnormal to feel this.
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But people’s imaginations really run away from them. I could probably create a whole song with all of these, basically catchphrases of people. Bugs and things like this, I really don’t know where it’s all coming from. But I think there’s a ton of great imagination out there because I can assure you, you don’t really have creatures underneath your skin where you can actually see them moving underneath. This doesn’t happen. I mean, sure, weird and rare things can happen in some countries, especially tropical countries, but the average person living in New York City or LA isn’t going to be experiencing snakes crawling around their brain and things like that. I don’t know, there’s a lot of funny stuff going on out there, but I can assure you most of this is just a load of bunkum. It’s just a load of nonsense. Okay?
I’ve got a feeling some of this could be also mineral imbalances because if you have a problem with calcium, magnesium for example, or potassium and sodium, you can sometimes feel weird sensations. There could be muscle and nerve sensations. There could also be digestive sensations you’re feeling. But I very much doubt that it’s going to be some creature, like something from another planet that’s actually wriggling through your bloodstream. It’s almost like the alien implants, that people actually think they’ve been operated on and had some type of an iPhone device put inside them. I don’t know. Tinfoil hat people maybe. Don’t know.
I don’t know what to say to this one. “Is it possible that parasites are under the skin?” Scabies is possible. Yeah, scabies can be on the skin, but not under the skin. So yeah, “It feels like bugs crawling on my scalp.” Could be dandruff, could be dry scalp, could be anything, but I don’t think it’s a bug. I want you guys to relax out there and stop freaking out so much about these creatures, okay? Maybe it’s a sci-fi channel you’re watching. I don’t know. Take care anyway.