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Study of 284,000 COVID ‘Vaccinated’ People Shows Injections Are Association with POTS, Higher Myocarditis Rates Vs. COVID Infection, Nervous System Disorders


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In a peer-reviewed study of 284,592 people “vaccinated” against COVID researchers found the injections were associated with an increase in numerous diseases, including postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), myocarditis, autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and anaphylaxis. While the researchers noted the incidence of POTS was five times higher after SARS-CoV-2 infection than “vaccination,” their data unequivocally showed higher rates of myocarditis, nervous system dysfunction, and anaphylactic reactions after people received their injections versus after infection. The authors also failed to acknowledge that the COVID injections don’t prevent people from contracting symptomatic disease.


Adding support to the ever-growing list of evidence showing grave dangers associated with the COVID-19 “vaccines” is a study—via reporter Alex Berenson—published in Nature Cardiovascular Research in December of 2022, which found an increase in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) in the 90 days following “vaccination” of a cohort of 284,592 people. While the authors concluded that the occurrence of POTS after COVID “vaccination” was five times lower than the occurrence after SARS-CoV-2 infection, the study’s data clearly show far greater rates of myocarditis and autonomic nervous system dysfunction after receiving a COVID injection. (Not to mention the additional risk of anaphylactic reactions.)

The study’s conclusion also ignores the unequivocal fact that the COVID injections increase the risk of recipients developing COVID, per Pfizer and FDA documentation, a Cleveland Clinic study preprint posted online in December of 2022, and monthly data coming from the UK’s Health Security Agency.

Image: Alan C. Kwan, et al. Nature Cardiovascular Research

Although the study’s focus is on POTS, the authors collected observational data from their 284,592 COVID “vaccine” recipients for 38 diseases, including hypertension, anxiety, fatigue, eczema, fatigue, dizziness, myocarditis, dysautonomia (autonomic nervous system dysfunction), and mast cell activation syndrome. Mast cell activation (MCAS) is a condition in which a person experiences repeated episodes of the symptoms of anaphylaxis; including health issues such as hives, swelling, low blood pressure, difficulty breathing, and severe diarrhea.

In the case of myocarditis—inflammation of the heart muscle—the researchers found that people (including both men and women) were 2.6 times more likely to develop the disease after “vaccination” versus if they had not been injected. For COVID-19 itself, people were only 1.5 times as likely. Numerous studies have also now linked myocarditis to the COVID injections (see post embedded immediately below), and it was even identified in both Moderna and Pfizer‘s clinical trials.

People who received the COVID injections were also 2.2 times as likely to develop autonomic nervous system dysfunction than if they hadn’t received them. Symptoms of this dysfunction include, according to Aurora Healthcare: abnormally fast or slow heart rate, anxiety, excessive sweating or not being able to sweat, fatigue, feeling short of breath, feeling thirsty all the time, trouble swallowing, headaches, insomnia, nausea and diarrhea, and vision problems.

Note that there was no increase in autonomic nervous system dysfunction amongst those infected with SARS-CoV-2. Likewise, there was a 37% increase MCAS amongst COVID injection recipients, but no increase amongst those only infected by SARS-CoV-2.

Link to Cleveland Clinic preprint

The study also fails to mention the fact that “vaccines” against COVID-19 not only don’t prevent recipients from becoming infected, but make them more likely to become infected. As mentioned above, there is ample evidence supporting this phenomenon. In the excerpt immediately above from the Cleveland Clinic preprint, for example, we see a direct correlation between number of COVID “vaccine” doses and cumulative incidence of the disease. I.e. those who’ve received the most injections are most likely to be infected and those who’ve received zero are least likely to be infected.


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