Tag: Lyme

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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Energy Boosting Herbs and Supplements to Combat Lyme Disease Fatigue

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Energy Boosting Herbs and Supplements to Combat Lyme Disease Fatigue Crushing, chronic fatigue is easily one of the most debilitating symptoms experienced by many patients with Lyme disease. It can manifest so severely that it causes serious limitations in literally every aspect of a person’s life, thereby decreasing their quality of life to a major

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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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Social Anxiety From Lyme Disease & Natural Treatment Methods

Social anxiety can be severe and in itself debilitating, and is quite prevalent in patients with Chronic Lyme disease. herbs for social anxiety from Lyme disease It took me years to figure this out, as I suffered from such a severe case of Lyme induced social anxiety that attempting to connect with people who were

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How To Stay Fit When Dealing With A Disability 

Subcategory Navigation Running has always been one of my greatest pleasures. Not in a competitive way — no, always alone, outside, with the wind hitting my face. Running has always been my preferred form of meditation. Like all things I cherish, I kept running to myself and did it as a pastime. For me, the

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