Lyme Disease Symptoms Gone
My Lyme Disease Symptoms Were Getting The Best of Me
Lyme Disease symptoms affect roughly 300,000 people each year. People of all ages can contract the disease and it is most common in children or individuals who spend a lot of time in outdoor activities. Rita visited the clinic after spending several months in bed, wondering what was wrong with her. This is her story.
What Is Lyme Disease
Lyme Disease affects people of all ages. It is a bacterial infection that can affect any of the bodies organs. Because Lyme disease symptoms often mimic those of other illnesses like chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis or fibromyalgia, many people are misdiagnosed and their treatment delayed.
Lyme disease is primarily transmitted by immature ticks, called Nymphs. These tiny ticks often go unnoticed by their victims and stay attached for several days. The longer the ticks are attached, the more likely they are to transmit the bacteria to the host.
Treating Lyme Disease Symptoms
Common symptoms of Lyme Disease are:
- A rash that expands around the bite.
- Flu like symptoms
- Muscle and joint stiffness, swollen lymph nodes and headaches
- Anxiety and Depression
- Inflammation of the heart, abnormal heart rhythms.
Most physicians treat Lyme Disease with antibiotics. If caught early enough, this form of treatment usually works fairly well. However, in more evolved cases, treatment usually takes 6-12 months.
Lyme Disease Treatment Success
This patient was bedridden and had severe fatigue. Treatments given were vitamin infusions, body work, nerve reset therapy, among others. Rita is just one of our success stories.
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