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Lyme disease awareness has increased even more recently after Avril Lavigne has gone public about her own personal struggle with this condition. Just like most people, she had to fight to get her doctors to consider Lyme and it took her eight months to get properly diagnosed.
I recently wrote an article about some of the myths surrounding Chronic Lyme Disease. If you are suffering from chronic mystery health issues then Lyme is definitely something you want to consider.
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I recently came across these videos that explore the subject of Lyme Disease and outline what it can be like to suffer from this condition. Those of you with chronic health issues will probably relate to Xiren’s story. He has a lot of useful and unique information to share about Lyme’s disease that you may find helpful.
One of the biggest challenges with these chronic mystery illnesses is that sufferers are misunderstood. I’ve written about this in my personal story with chronic health challenges. Doctors often don’t take them seriously because the blood tests usually don’t show that anything is wrong. Yet these individuals are experiencing serious and troubling health issues, causing a great deal of distress.
A positive diagnosis does not necessarily mean you will get better overnight since this condition is notoriously difficult to treat. However, at least you will know what you are working with and can begin to head in the right direction. Like Xiren explains, antibiotics may help you feel better for a while, but usually are not a long-term cure once Lyme Disease has become chronic.
Generally what can be most helpful is a long-term commitment to a cleansing diet and herbal detox program like the Deep Tissue Cleanse. Herbal antimicrobials are going to be a key factor and when following such a program long-term you may need to rotate between different botanical medicines so that resistance does not occur. Ultimately this may be a long journey to reclaim your health but it is possible with persistence and determination.