Inducing Health States
Depression and anxiety can be manipulated to neutralize a target. Further harm can be achieved by enabling a coping mechanism.
Anxiety is a normal human capacity for basic survival therefore can be easily induced. Predictable response mechanisms are aggression and depression. In addition, cohorts (expendables) of the primary target will undoubtedly be affected as collateral damage.Manipulating emotional responses in a secondary target can be used to disrupt a relationship with the primary target, whether at home, work or school.
Other health states are physiological responses to traumatic incidents which can be long-lasting or permanent
Sensitivity to toxins can be easily discovered and capitalized on.
Gastrointestinal disorders can be induced to mimic unfortunate food poisoning
Benign versions of bacteria that are either metabolized away, not detected or not differentiated by standard blood work.
GI distress can be induced for long periods via repeated exposure
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