For some fun and to support Lyme Awareness all during the month of May, check out my acceptance of the “Take a bite out of Lyme challenge”.
It’s May and that means it’s Lyme Disease Awareness Month! Glorious spring is here and I hope you all are enjoying this incredible weather. I know most of you are planning trips, hiking, camping or even just pruning the yard but I can not stress enough the importance of taking precautions against a tick bite as well as doing a thorough body and hair check afterwards. Always enlist the help of someone else to check all of the areas that you can not see as ticks are very hard to see.
I recently read this very well written article titled “Lyme Disease: The CDC’s Greatest Coverup & What They Don’t Want You To Know“ by OrganicOlivia. You may think “I don’t have Lyme disease. Why would that interest me?” Because as the article states, “the CDC itself admits it is under-reported, and believes there are between 300,000 to 500,000 new cases each year. That makes Lyme disease almost twice as common as breast cancer and six times more common than HIV/AIDS. You or someone you know will most certainly be affected in your lifetime. The most effective way to full recovery is to seek treatment immediately after a tick bite. When possible, be sure to ask if your doctor has experience treating Lyme disease. You will save precious time and money by going to a lyme literate physician from the start.
This article is a must read in my opinion. I wish I had taken the time to write it myself but find myself quite busy at the office. Unfortunately, the amount of new Lyme disease patients seeking treatment has only increased. Myself and my entire team are honored to be able to participate in their care. Only through increased awareness of Lyme disease, can we hope to reduce the number of new cases of Lyme diagnosed each year. We have made it our mission to spread awareness of Lyme disease and the available treatment options.
We have been seeing some amazing results in treating Lyme disease with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, iv vitamin therapy, herbal supplements, detoxification programs and PEMF. It’s a long journey but getting to the effective therapies quickly and then having these therapies readily available to manage the herxheimer reactions and other unpleasant effects of Lyme has really helped many patients break through to recovery.
Yours in Good Health,
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