Tag: Lyme co-infections

Herbs and Supplements for Memory and Cognitive Support During Lyme Treatment 

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Memory and cognitive dysfunction from chronic Lyme disease and Lyme disease co-infections can be severe. Once the infections have invaded the brain and central nervous system they are capable of causing numerous cognitive deficits, including short and long term memory loss, difficulty retaining new information, compromised ability to read and write, an inability to make

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Author & Energy Healer Healer Amy B. Scher Discusses Her New Book, “This Is How I Save My Life: From California to India, A True Story of Finding Everything When You Are Willing To Try Anything” 

I recently had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Amy B. Scher’s latest book, “This Is How I Save My Life: From California To India, A True Story of Finding Everything When You Are Willing To Try Anything”. I also reviewed her last book on energy healing, and was blown away by it, and still

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Herbs for Seizure Support During Lyme Treatment 

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Originally Published on Prohealth.com Over the years, I have dealt with both epileptic seizures and “Lyme-induced” seizures –I put the latter in parentheses because I consider Lyme-induced seizures to be a broad term for the non-epileptic seizures experienced by individuals with Lyme disease, as there are many other factors in the Lyme disease complex that

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Losing Friends Due to Illness

As time goes on, you begin to forge close relationships with people from all over the world who have the same illness as you. These people may be far away, yet nonetheless you share a closer bond with them than people you have known your entire life who live close by. You lean on each

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How To Deal With Feeling Lazy and Unproductive When You Are Sick

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Chronic Illness, Feeling Lazy, and The Drive to be Productive Often, when healing from a long term illness, we are quick to beat ourselves up and feel that we are lazy. However, that is not true! Too often, we make the mistake of focusing so much on curing ourselves that our efforts become counterproductive and

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Psychosis From Lyme Disease & Lyme Co-Infections From Lyme Induced Encephalitis

Lyme disease and Mycoplasma Can Cause Psychosis from Brain Swelling

Lyme disease and lyme co infections such as mycoplasma can cause psychosis by causing autoimmune encephalitis