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Can Lyme Disease Kill You?

Can Lyme Disease Kill You?

Can Lyme disease kill you? Here is what you should know about this question. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reviewed health insurance reports to find that over 476,000 Americans are diagnosed each year with Lyme disease. This number is likely higher due...
What Is the History of Lyme Disease?

What Is the History of Lyme Disease?

The history of Lyme disease stretches back thousands of years. Today we chronicle its impact and evolution throughout the years. Read below for more… Lyme, Connecticut, is where Lyme disease was first discovered in the United States in the 1970s. Before that,...
Signs of Untreated Lyme Disease

Signs of Untreated Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can go unnoticed or undiagnosed at the early stages. Here are some signs of untreated Lyme disease to help you identify it faster. Read more below… Lyme disease affects hundreds of thousands of people annually. It is the most common tick-related...
Lyme Disease Rash Timeline

Lyme Disease Rash Timeline

Developing Lyme disease begins when a deer tick infected with the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria embeds itself under your skin and into your bloodstream. Ticks feed on warm blood. They also carry multiple bacteria that can be transmitted to you. For many who have been...
SIBO and Lyme Disease

SIBO and Lyme Disease

The connection between SIBO and Lyme Disease is something to keep in mind while navigating Lyme Disease recovery and treatment. Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) produces unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms. Usually, acid and motility in the gastric system...
What Is Lyme Disease Fatigue? 

What Is Lyme Disease Fatigue? 

Lyme disease is the fifth most reported noticeable disease. However, it is also one of the most underreported diseases in America due to misdiagnoses and faulty test materials. Currently, there are over 476,000 reports of Lyme disease annually, but many reports...
Biofilm Treatment Protocol for Lyme Disease

Biofilm Treatment Protocol for Lyme Disease

Lyme disease develops when a tick infected with Borrelia burgdorferi transmits the bacteria into your bloodstream. Lyme bacteria have goals to reproduce and spread to all parts of your body. They are like tiny soldiers trying to conquer a nation. Only, in this case,...
Testing for Lyme Disease

Testing for Lyme Disease

Lyme disease affects hundreds of thousands of Americans annually. It can be debilitating for some, especially those misdiagnosed or received a faulty test result. Testing for Lyme disease should be a trusted, streamlined process, but mistakes and false negatives...
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