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Next come seizures and unconsciousness, as the brain loses all control. Although N. In the altered states brought on by a rabies infection, animals often lash out at any nearby living thing, but this may be more out of fear than anger. Human rabies patients become terrified of water and puffs of air , both of which make them flinch and twitch uncontrollably.
Parasitism and Host Behaviour
If the infection goes untreated, rabies patients fall deeper into confusion and hallucination, lashing out at imagined threats and hapless bystanders. They lose their ability to sleep, sweat profusely, and finally fall into a paralyzed stupor as their brain function slips into chaos. A few days later, as the paralysis reaches their hearts and lungs, they fall into a coma and die. Once rabies has infected a human, survival is all-but impossible.
To date, fewer than 10 people have survived a clinical-stage rabies infection — ever, in history.
Many doctors consider the disease untreatable. In the villages of sub-Saharan Africa and the wilds of the Amazon, the tiniest insect can bring a sleep that leads to death. The tsetse fly loves the taste of human blood, and it often carries a parasite known as Trypanosoma , whose tastes run more toward human brains.
12 Real Parasites That Control the Lives of Their Hosts
Parasites of the genus Trypanosoma start their lives in the guts of invertebrate hosts, but quickly develop through a series of increasingly complex forms when they come into contact with the mammalian fluids they crave. As they mature, the parasites cross the blood-brain barrier and the encephalitic stage begins. Before long, though, human hosts start to exhibit a dizzying variety of other psychological symptoms, from changing appetites to depression to odd speech patterns to uncontrollable itching and tremors.
Scientific fact, as so often happens, is stranger than fiction when it comes to these parasites. Keywords : parasite manipulation, biological invasions, multidimensionality, proximate mechanisms, ecological consequences.
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About this Research Topic Host manipulation by parasites is a widespread strategy by which parasites alter the phenotype of their hosts to increase transmission success. Keywords : parasite manipulation, biological invasions, multidimensionality, proximate mechanisms, ecological consequences Important Note : All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements.
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