About Lyme Disease
Lyme disease has to be one of the all time conditions that takes a huge toll on the sufferer and frankly life can be totally miserable as many people are in pain most of the time and often have little or no energy to do anything.
Many Doctors & healthcare professionals explain how the entire body system is so often compromised as a result.
Not only is there the Lyme infection to deal with but as so many of you know there are normally a number of additional co-infections in play at the same time.
We have seen over the years also that fatigue is also a huge issue that arises time and time again.
Some Key Issues Can Include:
- Systemic Pain
- Systemic Inflammation
- Disrupted Circadian Rhythms – Disrupted Sleep
- Compromised Immunity
- Reduced Core Temperature/Low Body Temperature
- Nutritional Deficiencies
- A Toxic Burden
- Hormonal Disruption – Often Including Thyroid & Adrenal issues
- Poor Circulation
- Daylight Deprivation
- Compromised Digestion
- Increased Gut Permeability – Leaky Gut
- Poor Cognitive Function
The list goes on.
Many healthcare professionals are reporting that there can also be alot of cell damage accompanying the multiple infections that go hand in hand with the Lyme infections.
This is very much representative of the health challenges that we are all facing today, in that so many of the body’s system are being compromised and recent research is showing a rise in Complex Chronic Disease in the ageing population.
We would suggest that Complex Chronic Disease is far more widespread across a much broader spectrum of age ranges, even presenting in young children.
We surely are seeing many new complex health challenges arise that require new solutions as we enter this 21st Century.
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