Top 5 things you need to know about Lyme Disease and its treatment

Lyme Disease

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Although many people are now aware of the severity of the Lyme disease infections, it hasn’t yet triggered changes in behavior which would limit the spread of this dreaded disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, even their extremely conservative estimates show 300,000 Americans getting diagnosed with new cases of this bacterial infection each year.More accurate diagnostic techniques show that there are millions of people infected with this scourge.

The CDC also notes that Lyme disease affects people of all ages and it is most common in children, older adults, and others such as firefighters and park rangers who spend time in outdoor activities and have higher exposure to ticks.Lyme disease is a bacterial infection which is primarily transmitted by ticks which are usually found in wooded and grassy areas.People need to keep themselves well-covered whenever entering areas where Lyme-infected ticks are a problem. The days of walking in these areas with exposed skin are over.

Dr. Richard Horowitz,M.D,a leading Lyme expert says “Lyme Disease is the number 1 worldwide epidemic… it’s spreading, it’s mimicking every disease and it’s going to destroy the world’s population.”Often patients suffering from Lyme Disease are misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and various psychiatric illnesses, including depression. Misdiagnosis with these other diseases may delay the correct diagnosis and treatment as the underlying infection progresses unchecked.(Read more here).

Some common symptoms of Lyme Disease include:

  • Widespread joint and muscle pain
  • Severe fatigue and nausea
  • Headache, rashes and unexplainable fevers
  • Heart palpitations
  • Depression, Nerve Pain and Numbness
  • Interstitial cystitis and muscle spasms
  • Tingling and Stiffness
  • Light-headedness, Tremors and Confusion
  • Double vision, Anxiety & Sensitivity to light and sound

Treatment of Lyme Disease

There are no known vaccines to Lyme Disease, not that we would all likely line up for such a dangerous injection! The most common way to treat Lyme disease is the use of antibiotics, which is occasionally effective. Antibiotics like doxycycline or amoxicillincan be taken orally immediately after the initial bite,and they might kill the infection before it becomes encysted.The percentages of success lower quickly with time. In later infections, antibiotic usage often becomes chronic, leading to all sorts of undesirable effects. Studies show that chronic Lyme disease patients continue to suffer ever after using antibiotics—because the antibiotics are usually unable to kill the infection. It is a poor treatment model.

Instead, the most powerful and potent mode of recovery and treatment is to build the immune system up with nutraceuticals, detoxification, and specific nutrition, and to kill the infection with more potent agents like ozone or hydrogen peroxide therapies.

The most powerful treatment therapy that is highly successful for Lyme disease is ozone therapy.It helps to detoxify the body of many charged, toxic ions and forms hydroxyl free radical, a free radical which is lethal to virus, bacteria, cancer, and fungus—and even Lyme Disease.

Some major benefits of Ozone therapy are:

A.Helps to detoxify the liver, even decreasing the uric acid levels in the body

  1. De-clogs the blood vessels and improves blood circulation
  2. Kills viruses, bacteria, and fungi from the blood
  3. Optimizes cellular and immune system functions

In the upcoming future Dr. Howell plans to provide Blood-ozone treatments at his Health Optimization Centers worldwide.

How much would you want one?