One doctor has described a shocking case in which a woman is left brain dead, as the case of celiac is terribly wrong.
The medical episode outlined on the YouTube Chubbyemu medical channel includes a 39-year-old woman identified as CG who presented in an emergency with a rapidly deteriorating mental state.
Earlier on that day, the woman performed "soy sauce" – a dangerous internet mania that involves people who drink one liter of soy sauce for two hours.
The woman was no longer well – she lost 11 pounds in the last three weeks and started white bread and a canned fish diet just six months ago.
She was recently released from a psychiatric hospital for what was thought to be paranoid schizophrenia.
The woman had a psychological conviction that the government had poisoned her and read online that intestinal juice from the colon would clear her body of toxins.
Soon after drinking soy sauce loaded with salt, she felt her heart beating faster, and the US-based physician identified only as Bernard said.
Bernard runs the Chubebyem channel.
She resisted every desire to drink water. For the next 30 minutes, while driving at home, CG stopped at the side of the road and began to cry, "he said.
When KG came home, she stumbled and began to mutter incomprehensibly. Then it collapsed.
She had entered a hospital and, during her journey, went to heart arrest before being resentified.
There were several indications of what was wrong. Most of them immediately suffered from acute hypernatraemia, which meant that it had an extremely high salt content in the blood.
POINT OF TOOL
As Bernard explained, the "malicious" soy sauce challenge was based on semi-masters.
It is said that the challenge will cleanse a person's colon by "evacuating the whole body of toxins."
"The right part is that wherever it is, the water will flow to it," he said.
"It has been said that soy sauce will remain in the colon, then the water filled with toxin will flow and it will be cleansed, but this is not the case.
He said the soy sauce brought huge amounts of salt into the stomach, which started sucking water from the muscles and organs.
Salt soon came to her brain, causing a shrinkage that could cause permanent damage to the brain.
Bernard said the doctors acted by infusing glucose-loaded water into the body of CG.
Sugar is swallowed up by the cells that diluted her blood.
WHAT WILL BEGIN AFTER THAT
After treatment, CG begins to stabilize, but continues to penetrate into and out of consciousness.
Four days later she opened her eyes.
It exhibits dysarthria, dysphagia and quadriplegia. He could not move, swallow or talk.
It is diagnosed with central myoglobin, which is a form of damaged nerve cells.
According to Bernard, she should not drink soy sauce.
"There is almost no normal functioning, one can drink almost half a pound of salt without vomiting," he said.
CG had some sort of quality that could divide her mind by drinking soy sauce.
He believes that Celiac disease, an immune reaction to gluten eating, which manifests itself as psychosis and delusion, has not been diagnosed.
Microscopic examination of her cells shows "noticeable redness and atrophy" – a common sign of celiac disease.
Bernard argues that he has developed a sensitivity to gluten, has become misguided and misdiagnosed – later became a victim of misinformation on the Internet.
A study by Halaph O Bouchara, entitled Neurological presentation of celiac disease, shows that celiac has long been associated with neurological and psychiatric disorders.