Bitten? 4 Steps to Help Prevent Lyme: Part 1

When it comes to lyme disease, it is imperative that we really understand what we are dealing with here because it is so complex and must be dealt with ASAP. So what to do first and foremost is BE AWARE.

Here’s a few important things to keep in mind:

  1. According to Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, it is no longer accurate to simply call lyme a “tick-borne” disease, as studies are showing that mosquitos, fleas, spiders, mites, and more ALSO can carry lyme disease. So just because you didn’t get bitten by a tick, doesn’t mean you weren’t infected. Always be on the lookout.human head icons of science and gears
  2. According to the CDC, lyme disease is the FASTEST GROWING VECTOR-BORNE, INFECTIOUS DISEASE in the USA. – See more quick facts about lyme.
  3. One of the biggest symptoms you’ll notice in the case of lyme disease is INSOMNIA, as well as other neurological ailments such as headaches and a variety of other pains.  However, lyme cannot be judged by symptoms alone since they are so varied. Read more on common symptoms.
  4. You will NEED to take a test for diagnosis, but even that is not always absolutely conclusive because many tests are not set up to recognize the presence of lyme and often mistakenly produce a negative test result. Read more info on how to properly diagnose lyme.


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