Do you know someone with Lyme Disease? Maybe you have Lyme. Lyme is one of those unresolved diseases, and doctors don’t have much success curing it.
Diagnosing Lyme can be difficult, and many people who have Lyme may be misdiagnosed with other conditions. Patients with Lyme disease are frequently misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and various psychiatric illnesses, including depression.
Misdiagnosis with these other diseases may delay the correct diagnosis and treatment because the underlying infection progresses unchecked.
One of the biggest frustrations with Lyme is that health symptoms never seem to go away. Lyme is hard to “see” on traditional medical tests – most any lab test for that matter – and prescriptions will mask the symptoms, but they do not remove the root cause of long-term health symptoms.
Lyme is one of those things that just never seems to go away.
The symptoms remain, and you repeatedly go to your doctor complaining about the symptoms, but with little resolution.
Well, you are not alone.
One of the youtube sites that I like to watch is Reluctant Prepper. Yes, I am a prepper, but this video site has many really good interviews about different neat, current issues.
I saw this interview the other day that really excited me because it offers some solutions to Lyme that are working. It’s an interview with a medical doctor who got fed up with the American AMA, and relocated outside of the United States to better “practice real medicine.”
He expanded his practice to address issues like Lyme – and he’s really doing some great research. He has some solutions to Lyme, too.
Solutions you won’t get in the good ole-USA.
If you have Lyme Disease, or know someone frustrated with Lyme, this video is very worth watching.
Sometimes you just have to take things into your own hands.
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