Discovering that you or a loved one may have Lyme disease can be really scary. I get it. In my experience you will have a million questions that will likely lead to a million more. This is normal. It is a good thing, in fact. It means you are taking charge of your own health. The more information you acquire the better. The more treatment options you stumble upon the better. You will not agree with everything you read. This is normal too … and, as you can probably guess, a good thing. It means you are developing your own opinions. Ultimately, you will choose your own route to wellness.
When it comes to Lyme disease, there isn’t ONE RIGHT WAY to approach it. No protocols for testing and treatment are etched in stone. There are methods that are backed by more empirical research than others, but that doesn’t mean that unconventional methods will not be helpful for you. Your body is your own. You have to play around a bit in my experience. Some things will work, others won’t. You will get frustrated, but don’t give up.
Over the last eight months, I have amassed resources to help you navigate diagnosis, testing and treatment. Lyme Land is one intimidating place … even for doctors. I felt incredibly overwhelmed when I began to search for information. I was lucky enough to have a supportive medical team and then Lyme friends that were willing to guide me through my tick-borne journey. I can now happily say that I have seen dramatic improvements in my health. If I take a nose dive, however, I will get right back up again and try something new. I will not stop researching until I am 100% cured. Are you with me?
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