Saturday, April 29, 2017
contract Lyme Disease most likely have a faulty immune system.
In my case, this is definitely the case since I have an auto-immune disease since age 27.
It always wondered me why so many people I know who live in the area in upstate, NY
have not contracted Lyme, and yet, even though I cover up well, I have chronic Lyme.
Now it all makes sense.
The idea is to strengthen our immunse systems. Not boost it, as most of us with auto
immune disease have over active systems. In other words, they attack the bad guys and
the good guys and get overtaxed.
Even if our immune system is weakened by overwork and ongoing stress, it makes us more vulnerable to getting sick from a tick bite. This is what happened to Dr. Rawls in his medical profession.
Herbal therapy is the suggestion of Dr. Rawl's, along with a clean diet and exercise and, of course,
being careful in the great outdoors to avoid ticks and even mosquitoes as they are not being
suspected of being able to transmit tick borne disease as well.
One place, he says, is tick free is the beach! So if still wary of the woods unttil feeling better, get out and
get some fresh air at the beach, if you have access to one.
In any event, I highly recommend this book: Unlocking Lyme Disease by William Rawls. MD.
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Lorraine Johnson, CEO of LymeDisease.org, presents results from MyLymeData in San Ramon, CA, on April 8, 2017. MyLymeData uses big data research tools which allow patients to quickly and privately pool their data to determine which treatments work best. For more information, go to www.LymeDisease.org.
Saturday, April 8, 2017
So true. And this goes for any chronic illness, including cancer.