Lyme Disease Symptoms and Healing.
Read on for an overview of several factors regarding Lyme Disease.
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How Lyme Disease is Contracted
Lyme disease is contracted from being exposed to a bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi. This bacteria is carried by ticks known as deer ticks or back legged ticks.
The ticks carry the bacteria and pass it to you through bites and burrowing into your skin. You can come in contact with these ticks by being in heavily wooded areas or around animals that carry the tick and pass it on to you through direct contact.
What Lyme Disease Does to the Body
There are certain symptoms that you will start to notice if you contract Lyme disease.
You will likely first notice a rash that may show up within a few days or as many as 30 days. You may also notice flu-like symptoms that do not seem to go away or come back after only a few days.
Lyme disease affects your body in other ways if it is left untreated. One of the ways is by joint pain and eventually neurological problems. In severe cases, this can leave you with meningitis or Bell’s Palsy which causes paralysis in the face.
Treatment Options for Lyme Disease
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Within a few days of the infection, antibiotics may be beneficial. Antibiotics can work quickly and effectively if it is caught soon enough. This is done through oral antibiotic treatment. Antibiotics are the primary form of treatment, but you may also want to try dietary changes.
Natural methods and supplements such as CBD may also be used to help with the inflammation and soreness you may experience from the Lyme disease.
If Lyme is not treated early it can become a serious issue. Untreated Lyme can gain a foothold in the body, making it more difficult to remove the spirochetes, and more likely that the disease will become chronic. --->>For all these reasons, please take a moment to join me at this Lyme Disease summit!