According to the National Institute of Health, Lyme disease, a bacterial infection that is spread through the bite of one of several types of ticks, may now be a virulent epidemic in the U.S. producing as many as 300,000 to one million new cases per year. Yet it was first discovered in 1982 its diagnosis and treatments has remained wrapped in controversy.
What is it about Lyme Disease that confounds us all?
Lyme disease is still very much a mysterious illness. Although more research is being conducted, we do not yet have the answers to recognize and comprehensively treat the various manifestations of Lyme disease and other tick borne illnesses. However, there is a prescribed treatment for Lyme disease that is considered to be the standard protocol. If symptoms persist, many people are at a loss of what to do. Lyme sufferers need the help of health professionals, politicians and insurance companies to treat this complex disease.
We must advocate for effective treatments of Lyme disease and allow health professionals, providing traditional and alternative treatment options to use their expert clinical judgment to help treat this growing epidemic.
Read my story of what happened to my daughter Sophie and the journey I took to save my daughter’s body and mind from the devastating impact of Lyme disease.
Lyme rage, irritability, personality changes, emotional instability, seizures, tremors, headache, peripheral neuropathies, vertigo, systemic dystonia, hypothermia, not to mention cognitive dysfunction in the form of brain fog, brain fatigue, memory loss, dyslexia, and attention deficit, and many more symptoms are maladies often experienced by people with neurological Lyme disease.
There are definite, and scientifically recognized causes of these problems. This article will discuss the pathophysiology of Borrelia-induced encephalopathy. Read More
Halfway through your book (Lyme Rage) and it’s very good Mindy! I was up until 5:30 am reading it. Couldn’t put it down! Having Lyme, I feel her pain. Being a nurse and mother, I feel your pain! Knowing how medical treatment is…I feel your pain! Thank You! I see a movie here!