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Early Diagnosis for Lyme Disease

September 18, 2017

Early Diagnosis for Lyme Disease

According to CDC, the Center for Disease Control, Lyme disease affects over 300,000 Americans each year. It is currently the fast growing infectious disease spreading all over the United States. Initially, Lyme disease started in the east coast, however, with the growth of the disease it has now spread throughout the country.

Back in the 1970s, many children and adults fought Lyme disease without treatment. These people suffered with inflammation in the joints, rashes, headaches, chronic fatigue, and more. Many of these patients did not get the appropriate diagnoses, therefore, did not receive the proper treatment.

Researches finally learned that the cause of Lyme disease is by the bacterium called Borrelia Burgdorferi. Lyme disease today is diagnosed by a combination of Lyme disease testing and symptoms. In some cases, a bull’s eye rash appears on the skin, which is usually a marker for early signs of Lyme disease.

A current study in New London is underway to develop methods of detecting Lyme disease earlier. In order to detect the disease and diagnose the patient to have the proper treatment in the earlier stage of the disease, a series of testing must be done. Patients that are participating in the study have the bull’s eye rash or have been recently bitten by a tick and have not taken any antibiotic treatments.

Natural Horizons Wellness Center's Approach to Lyme Disease Treatment

 

Our Lyme disease treatment centers focuses on treating the entire body, not just the Lyme disease infection itself, to restore overall health. Because Lyme disease affects most areas of the body, our holistic, integrative treatments for Lyme disease have a greater chance of helping our patients take back their health.

At Natural Horizons Wellness Centers, we advocate treating Lyme disease naturally whenever possible. Our integrative treatments for Lyme disease include:

·Improving gut health

·Detoxification of heavy metals

·Adding trace minerals to the body

·Strengthening the immune system

·Binding neurotoxins in the gut to avoid reabsorption

·Identifying and eliminating food allergies and intolerances

·Detecting hidden toxins and microbes

·Restoration of damaged organs or tissues

·Antibiotics and antifungal treatments

Lyme disease and the co-infections it causes are complex and challenging to treat. Our approach gives patients the best chance at overall health, but it still takes time and work to recover fully. If you are interested in more information about our Lyme disease treatment options, call us or contact us online today. We look forward to helping you regain your health and move toward effective recovery.

 

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