Lyme Disease: A Cure In Sight

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Lyme disease is a potentially serious bacterial infection, transmitted through the bite of a certain species of tick. The disease affects humans and a wide range of animals, including pets and livestock. Lyme disease manifests itself in many ways and if left untreated may progress through many stages. The disease is difficult to diagnose clinically because early symptoms often mimic the flu, including fatigue, headache, stiffness or pain in the neck, joint pain, fever or swollen glands. The most definitive early symptom is a gradually expanding circular or oval shaped red rash, however given that this rash only develops in about 70 percent of infected individuals, it may cause the disease to be overlooked or mistaken as something else in the absence of the tell-tale rash.

People who experience any of these above mentioned symptoms after being bitten by a tick or having spent time in tick infested areas, should consult a physician immediately. Early stage treatment for Lyme Disease can be commenced using antibiotics, but as the disease progresses it becomes more difficult to manage. Later symptoms of infection may include arthritis as well as heart and neurological disorders.

Lyme disease can affect the nervous system, causing symptoms such as stiff neck and severe headache (meningitis), temporary paralysis of facial muscles (Bell's palsy), numbness, pain or weakness in the limbs, or poor coordination. 

The immune issues start to come into play when the patient has been subject to the antibiotic treatment program. While Lyme disease is treated by antibiotics, unfortunately the treatment program can take anywhere from six months to three years of high levels of antibiotics, and this results in an enormous load on the immune system, progressing to what is known as Chronic Lyme Disease, where the immune system breaks down and then chronic long term pain in the joints and muscles become commonplace.

Fortunately a cutting edge breakthrough in Immune Development, pioneered in Australia in 2010, has been made available to sufferers of Chronic Lyme Disease. Now becoming more popular as a treatment program in the USA, the product known as Immune Booster IM, activates your body's own dormant stem cells, 'waking them up' and restoring your Immune System to full health. The resulting effect is the removal of pain in the joints and muscles and an overall benefit of feeling healthy. With nil side effects and a 90 percent success rate of cure this is certainly a product worth exploring. It is an injectable (into the muscle) so you will need the product to be administered by your doctor or a qualified nurse, but the results are certainly worth the effort, with most patients describing the treatment as 'life changing'.

Lyme disease is a potentially serious bacterial infection, transmitted through the bite of a certain species of ticks. The disease affects humans and a wide range of animals, including pets and livestock. Lyme disease manifests itself in many ways and if left untreated may progress through many stages. The disease is difficult to diagnose clinically because early symptoms often mimic the flu, including fatigue, headache, stiffness or pain in the neck, joint pain, fever or swollen glands. The most definitive early symptom is a gradually expanding circular or oval shaped red rash, however given that this rash only develops in about 70% of infected individuals, it may cause the disease to be overlooked or mistaken as something else in the absence of the tell-tale rash.

People who experience any of these above mentioned symptoms after being bitten by a tick or having spent time in tick infested areas, should consult a physician immediately. Early stage treatment for Lyme Disease can be commenced using antibiotics, but as the disease progresses it becomes more difficult to manage. Later symptoms of infection may include arthritis and heart and neurological disorders.


SOURCE Regenex Laboratories Inc