Does Fasting Benefit Lyme Patients?

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People who suffer from Lyme disease often have a hard time battling chronic symptoms, such as: joint aches fatigue issues with regular and restful sleep inflammation in the body cognitive disfunction, including memory loss and trouble concentrating. These symptoms often take a while to develop after the onset of the infection, but they are tough to get rid of, since the bacteria that causes Lyme disease can often go dormant within the body for years. The only way to treat
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What’s In Your Health Supplement? A Guide to MakeWell’s OPC Plus

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Lyme disease can be a debilitating and unrelenting condition. When caught early, it can be treated with antibiotics. However, the bacteria that causes the chronic illness can stick around in the joints, tissues and lymph nodes, waiting for its chance to wreak havoc all over again. When managing a Lyme disease infection, it’s important to get treatment promptly, lead a healthy lifestyle when it comes to diet and exercise, and add in some helpful supplementation. MakeWell’s OPC Plus supplement is
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What’s In Your Health Supplement? A Guide To Make Well’s DTC Plus

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Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness that can cause debilitating symptoms. The illness starts in many cases much like the flu, but if left untreated or ignored because of the common flu-like symptoms, it can progress to something much worse. The bacteria that causes Lyme disease can lead to: Arthritis Cognitive disfunction Impaired sleep Nerve damage Lowered immune function Carditis Chronic pain Inflammation Gastrointestinal issues Antibiotics are the first line of defence against Lyme disease. However, Lyme disease bacteria can
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Why Candidiasis Is Common In Lyme Disease Patients

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Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness caused by the transfer of Borrelia bacteria from an infected tick to its host. If left untreated, Lyme often comes with a wide range of debilitating effects, including flu-like symptoms, arthritis and cognitive disfunction. The treatment for Lyme disease is an antibiotics course, but if the disease has progressed past early-stage Lyme disease, treatment can become near impossible as the bacteria sticks around, causing chronic Lyme disease. When a person is diagnosed with Lyme
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How Heavy Metal Detoxification Can Aid In The Treatment Of Lyme Patients

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Chronic Lyme disease is a complicated disorder that affects many facets of the body. Unfortunately, there is no quick treatment for the disease; successful recovery depends on a number of varying factors. Prime amongst those is the detection and accurate diagnosis of the disorder. Because chronic Lyme disease resides in a grey area of medicinal legitimacy, the misdiagnosis rates are estimated to be high. It is often confused with other chronic conditions such as MS and fibromyalgia. However, even once
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Is There A Link Between Lyme Disease And Allergies?

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Lyme disease is an illness caused by the Borrelia bacteria. The bacteria gets into the bloodstream via tick bite and can spread to all areas of the body, especially if treatment is delayed. Lyme disease is called ‘The Great Imitator’ because its symptoms can mimic countless other diseases. Due to this, Lyme disease wasn’t documented until the late 1900s, but fossils dating back 15 million years have tested positive for the bacteria. Lyme disease presents with different symptoms depending on
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Correlation Between Lyme Disease And Psychological Disorders

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As Lyme disease continues to affect more and more people every year, researchers are beginning to look more closely at the correlation between Lyme disease and psychological disorders. The connection seems like it could be twofold: Lyme bacteria can potentially cause neurological symptoms that mimic psychological ones, and Lyme disease can also cause mental health symptoms because of its life-altering and debilitating nature. Here’s a breakdown of the correlation between Lyme disease and psychological conditions. What is Lyme disease? Lyme
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5 Herbs That Help Induce Sleep

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Sleep is one of the most important parts of a healthy lifestyle. During sleep, the body performs two very important processes. The first is restoration and rejuvenation, which needs to take place to help the muscles and tissues repair themselves. It also encourages the synthetisation of hormones. The second process happens in the brain. Over the course of each sleep period, the brain encourages the retention of the memories that happened over the course of that day. These memories are
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What Is Lyme Brain Fog And What May Help To Reduce It?

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When it comes to chronic Lyme disease, sometimes the neurological symptoms can be more troubling, and more dangerous, than the physical manifestations. Lyme is a complex disorder with a vast number of potential complications. The disease manifests itself in different ways on a patient-to-patient basis, and also differs wildly in severity. One of the most concerning aspects of Lyme can be when the causative bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi, permeates the blood-brain barrier and infects the brain. Although this is not seen
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What Are Essential Oils And How Relevant Are They In The Treatment Of Lyme Disease?

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The treatment of chronic Lyme can often be a long, complex process. In its acute stage, Lyme can usually be fully treated with antibiotics. However, this narrow treatment window is often missed, which affords the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria the opportunity to embed itself further into the patient’s system. This shift is known as the chronic form of Lyme. Symptoms at this stage are a mix between infection and inflammation as the body’s immune response goes into overdrive. Antibiotics alone won’t
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