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Mornings bring pain not particular to its domain when we should be refreshed and strong If there is a trick up its sleeve its in midmorning and we think for the thousandth time it went away It comes to catch us again with a mid-afternoon wave of fatigue so overwhelming the world isnt real The struggle is enormous This has to be the worse time When hope and excitement of genius ideas reach their peak to be brought down by a ghastly thing no hopes can overcome We must sleep when we want to create demonstrate our normalcy and brilliance This was written by a sufferer of the poliovirus in her writing she expresses the heavy exhaustion that accompanies the disease Poliomyelitis also known as polio which is a disorder caused by a viral infection that affects the whole body including muscles and nerves Severe cases may cause permanent paralysis the loss of muscle movement or death Poliomyelitis is a communicable disease caused by infection with the poliovirus Transmission of the virus occurs by direct person to person contact by contact with infected secretions from the nose or mouth or by contact with infected feces The virus enters through the mouth and nose multiplies in the throat and intestinal tract and then is absorbed and spread through the blood and lymph system The lymph system is a major part of the bodys immune system this is why it has such a tremendous effect on the body The time period in which all of this can take place is within five to thirty five days on average seven to fourteen days Polio occurs worldwide however cases of polio in the US have not been reported in recent years Only six cases were reported in 1991 It once affected mostly infants and children but now is more frequent in people over fifteen years old Adults and young girls are most likely to be infected but
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