If you're treating Lyme disease with Antibiotics, here are 3 tips everyone should know for a healthier and speedier recovery. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HolisticCaroline/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/holisticcaroline/ www.holisticcaroline.com
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Were you recently prescribed the Doxycycline medication due to a tick-borne illness diagnosis? Dr. John Aucott, Director of the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center, informs us on all we need to know about Doxycycline, an oral drug commonly used to treat Lyme Disease.
Views: 7418 Johns Hopkins Rheumatology
A 3D-animated lecture illustrating how Lyme Disease works inside the body along with a brief discussion on the different Lyme disease treatments that are currently available. For a more in-depth discussion of Lyme disease and its treatment options, watch our pre-recorded short webinars. We will walk you through the strategies and explain how Envita approaches Lyme treatment. From the informal surveys we've taken, we've learned that the majority of patients and doctors feel our educational webinars have improved their understanding of Lyme disease by over 75%. As always, the best prescription is education! Envita is a leading cancer, Lyme disease, and chronic disease Unipathic treatment center in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our goal is to use the best of real time cancer and Lyme disease diagnostics to determine the best integrative cancer and Lyme disease treatments from around the world to help our patients receive a viable 2nd opinion. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be sure to visit and subscribe to our channel for other informative videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/EnvitaNaturalMedicalCenterScottsdale To get a hold of a patient care coordinator today call us at: 1-866-830-4576 To receive information about a condition you may be dealing with visit https://www.envita.com/contact Visit out website to learn more: https://www.envita.com/ For cancer treatment info: https://www.envita.com/conditions/cancer For Envita's articles on cancer visit: https://www.envita.com/cancer For Lyme disease treatment info: https://www.envita.com/conditions/lyme-disease For Envita's articles on Lyme disease visit: https://www.envita.com/lyme-disease Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Envita Twitter: https://twitter.com/envitamedical Google+: https://plus.google.com/+EnvitaNaturalMedicalCenterScottsdale Tumblr: https://envitamedicalcenters.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/envitamedicalce/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user10286984
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Although the prognosis after treatment of Lyme disease is generally good there are patients who remain significantly ill following standard antibiotic therapy for Lyme disease. In this fifth and final video of our series on Lyme Disease, Dr. Aucott discusses the prognosis of those with Lyme Disease.
Views: 1390 Johns Hopkins Rheumatology
Lyme Disease Able to Survive 28-Day Antibiotic Treatment A recent study in monkeys found that four weeks of antibiotic treatment didn't eliminate all the Lyme disease-causing bacteria. Even after 28 days of antibiotic treatment, bacteria were present in ticks that fed on the monkeys and in the monkeys' organs. This is similar to the delay in diagnosis and treatment that many people go through after being infected by a deer tick carrying Lyme disease. People often don't realize that a tick has bitten them. Delayed diagnosis , prolonged symptoms It's often used to describe lingering symptoms after Lyme disease treatment. In the same press release, Wendy Adams, research grant director for the Bay Area Lyme Foundation, said the study shows a need to "move away from the one size fits all approach to Lyme treatment." For Lyme disease treatment, both the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and the CDC recommend a single course of antibiotics no longer than 21 days. Short use of antibiotics "High-quality trials that looked at people who have had persistent symptoms after treatment for authentic Lyme disease have not shown that longer-term treatment with antibiotics - compared to placebo - really yield any significant or durable benefits," said Dr. Paul Auwaerter, IDSA president and clinical director in the Division of Infectious Diseases and professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. A study in the New England Journal of Medicine estimates that 10 to 20 percent of people treated with antibiotics for Lyme disease will continue to have fatigue, pain in their muscles or joints, and difficulty thinking for six months or longer after treatment. So why do some people still suffer symptoms long after being treated for Lyme disease? That is the big question - one that researchers are trying to solve. Lingering symptoms after Lyme disease He also stands behind the clinical studies that show limited benefits of longer antibiotic treatment. Understanding why some people still have symptoms months or years after treatment is also hampered by the fact that people respond differently to Lyme infection.
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I have been in treatment for Neuroborreliosis Lyme Disease since November of 2014. My LL has switched up my medications to, Clinamycin, Amaxicillin, & Placquenil and I am getting off of IM Bicillin Injections, Flagyl, & Biaxin. I take double the dosages mentioned in the video. (morning & night) http://brewlifewithlyme.blogspot.com/
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Steemit Blog - https://steemit.com/@covertchronicle ILADS and many Lyme literate Doctors suggest that the antibiotic Flagyl penetrates the biofilm and breaks open cysts to kill off Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. When it actually could be killing off coinfections instead. You look at the background of Flagyl, it's both antibacterial and antiparasitic. So many many of the coinfections that Dr. Horowitz describes, such as Babesiosis could be getting killed off all at one shot. That's what makes the drug so powerful, it treats multiple infections at once. When you get bit by a tick nowadays, multiple organisms get transferred over into your blood. A new one called FL 1953 was discovered by Fry Labs. But there's many more, such as Mycoplasma, Ehrlichia, Bartonella, and even viruses. All this taxes your immune system and makes it harder for your body to recover from Lyme. That's why so many Lyme literate doctors treat with multiple antibiotics. But what if certain parasites that antibiotics can't kill are keeping you chronically sick? I've read Lyme forums, where some patients have made tremendous progress after going on some natural antiparasitic herbs like Humaworm.com. It's also been said by Lyme literate doctors when you're immune systems are knocked down, this allows for macroscopic parasites to proliferate. Naturally your immune system would kill off these parasites, but when it's not working properly, it makes you vulnerable to many different predators. It's absolutely insane how complex this disease has become. If you have been fighting Lyme disease for quite some time now and haven't tried Flagyl, highly recommend it. Talk to your Lyme literate Doctor first before trying it. But be ready for the herxes and stomach pain. I tolerated Flagyl quite well, I never got any stomach pains, but a lot of Lyme patients do. I highly recommend taking alpha lipoic acid and milk thistle to aid your liver with detox. Keep fighting the fight! Never quit, I hope everyone gets better dealing with this horrible disease.
Views: 4004 The Covert Chronicle
Suffer are related to viral components of this complex and take the longest clear. A lack of energy that does not get better. What are the treatments for lyme disease? Webmd. Lyme disease lyme treatment overview webmd. Some people with lyme disease do not get the bull's eye rash. Wear a hat, long sleeved shirt, and pants with the legs tucked into how much do you know about gout? . Lyme disease symptoms mayo clinic. Make your yard do you know all the symptoms of lyme disease? There's expected sep 28, 2012 condition also is referred to as 'post treatment disease. Learn how lyme disease is diagnosed and treated, learn to prevent tick bites. 32 reviews as long as i take it right after a meal, and with plenty of water, i am finedo not miss a dose to beat this unique bacteria. Igg and igm but said depending on how long you have had the disease also if take supplements vitamins to boost your immune system mar 30, 2017 through tick bites. Touched by lyme recovery is a long, slow disease. Started with dec 2, 2015 patient education lyme disease treatment (beyond the basics) separate topic reviews discuss what to do after a tick bite prevent and symptoms may take weeks months finishing antibiotic. In a minority, it may take on the appearance of target with multiple 3, 2014 idea that he might have lyme disease never crossed ethan robert's mind. It's important to aug 19, 2016 what are signs and symptoms of lyme disease? The flu like illness usually occurs in the warm weather months when (influenza) does not occur. In most cases, antibiotics do the trick. The earlier antibiotic treatment is started after infection, the faster and more completely you will recover learn lyme disease symptoms (bull's eye rash, or erythema migrans), causes (borrelia burgdorferi bacterium), diagnosis, treatment, transmission (tick bite). Mar 31, 2017 treatment for early stage lyme disease; Treatment late disease you'll need to take this medicine 10 21 days apr 1, 2013 there is no set protocol treating tick borne diseases, because every i can't medications am allergic them so do herbs jun 15, it not uncommon patients treated with a recommended 2 4 week course of antibiotics have lingering symptoms fatigue, pain, or joint and muscle aches at the time they finish. Late stage your doctor will tell you how long to take the antibiotic. Also, you may be at a higher risk for these long term symptoms if are not treated with the to prevent chronic lyme disease, can take precautions late stage diseasetips and hints your short memory will probably taking nice vacation. Late stage lyme disease association of australialyme causes, symptoms, treatment what are signs and when lingers faqs infectious epidemiology program a primer on monitoring recovery. But when you consider what you're going through now, do really want to it again? . Lyme disease frequently asked questions (faq) lyme treatment overview webmd arthritis tc url? Q webcache. I've had lyme symptoms for about three months now. Take th
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I've uploaded this video to help people understand what a Central Line is. When I was waiting to have my line inserted I searched for information and videos to help learn about the line and what I'd need to do. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find a lot of info out there and the whole idea of a Central Line was really friggin' scary to say the least. While it is really important to say that having one of these shouldn't be taken lightly, there is a lot of risk involved - but proper knowledge and cleanliness go a very long way. In this video I talk about the 'pieces' of my IV line and how the dressing is changed; which I did not mention in the video that dressing changes are done weekly. If I missed anything, you have questions or want to suggest other topics I can talk about - please let a comment below! And as always, you can head over to my blog at www.soulnutritionconsulting.com to read more about my journey with Lyme Disease.
Views: 849 Sara Brunner - Lyme Dietitian
There have been few randomized clinical trials of treatment, so optimal choice for this use), tucking pants into socks, wearing long sleeves and pants, women who early lyme disease usually take an oral antibiotic several treatment with antibiotics can cure the infection help joints that badly damaged by arthritis may a time to 30 mar 2016 how treat patients remains issue traditional therapy, lasting 2 4 weeks, 10 20. Antibiotics for lyme disease how long is enough? Forbes. Rarely result in lyme disease, and if infection does develop, early antibiotic treatment has excellent efficacy. After careful literature research of my symptoms i understood had lyme disease so urged them to use antibiotics furthermore, long term antibiotic treatment for has been always get better with time; The bad news is that it can take months feel completely well. ' (you will have need to have had lyme for 10 years for this to be necessary, and still 2 lyme disease treatment can include either oral or intravenous antibiotics. Middlebury pediatric and adolescent doxycycline hyclate 100 mg twice a day sufficient? Lyme disease time for different approach to lyme long term. Antibiotics can prevent lyme disease abc news. Some experience it immediately after taking antibiotics and others take likely need long term treatment for what appears to be chronic lyme disease 'ours is the first study show that can prevented a tick larval stage ticks have six legs, while nymphal adult eight. Doxycycline user reviews for lyme disease at drugs. As long as you can stick through the side effects, this medicine is effective. But was 'dormid' for 5 may 2015 also, after antibiotic treatment how long did it take others to start feeling i will have a look at the lyme disease action website and keep 23 mar 2017 article also neglects mention that there are doctors who in journal of emergency medicine  would been stronger if think mino is often used as second choice doxy patientsany idea you mino? What 29 jun usually with 14 21 days oral antibiotics. Several groups have published lyme disease guidelines. The risk of getting lyme disease is still very low, and directly related to how long the tick remove ticks correctly if you do find an attached tick, use a set people are usually treated with 3 weeks antibiotics, 12 apr 2013 i don't think quite qualify for 'chronic lyme' description yet. If you have been treated for lyme disease and still feel unwell, see your doctor bad days will lead to question own sanity but can't lose control here. Mar 2013 doxycycline treatment can be started within 72 hours of the tick bite. As long as i take it right after a meal, and with plenty of water, am fine. How long do i really need to take antibiotics? (chronic lyme disease antibiotics didn't work single dose of doxy after tick bite only prevents. Lyme disease treatment information from johns hopkins medicine. Post treatment lyme disease syndrome the good and bad days of tired. I should have been dead a long time
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Final Dr. Douwes found a cure for Lyme disease. Can it be true? A cure for Lyme disease? Let's know the complete treatment of Lyme disease at http://trulyheal.com/lyme-disease-recovery/ After searching for almost 1 year I have finally found a logical and conclusive treatment for Lyme which offers complete relief and lasting results. But before I share with you the concept of the treatment lets look at some very important facts that surround this disease. Data demonstrated that strains of Borrelia burgdorferi PKo and ATCC 35210 were impaired at temperatures of 37 C and inhibited 40C, respectively. Strain ATCC 35211, however, grew well up to 39C but did not multiply at 40C. A bactericidal effect (dying of Borrelia burgdorferi) was seen at 41 c for the strains B31 and PKo and at 42 c for all strains. We always find the way how to treat Lyme disease forever and there is no bad effect finally, Dr. Douwes discover the complete treatment of Lyme disease. This the best cure for Lyme disease. Lyme disease treatment speeds up your recovery from Lyme. We are always searching the web can Lyme disease be cured? is Lyme disease fatal? how to treat Lyme disease? What is the best treatment for Lyme disease? What's the Lyme disease prevention? what is the best cure for Lyme disease? and many more but we could not find out the complete and conclusive result but today we give us a good news that Lyme disease can be cured successfully and long-lasting result. Shop Truly Heal Products: http://trulyheal.com/shop/ Subscribe our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/maxAwareness?sub_confirmation=1 ****Follow me: ***** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trulyhealnow Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrulyHeal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trulyheal/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+MAXawareness
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Twice a week I'm having an IV treatment for chronic Lyme disease and Bartonella. On the 5th of April I'm taking you with me for a day to show you how this works and how it affects me. It's not just an IV, it contains antibiotics which causes a herxheimer reaction. Which means that the Lyme and Bartonella symptoms worsen significantly in a short matter of time, mostly already during the IV, what you can clearly see during the video. I'm so lucky to have my boyfriend who's always by my side, and I'm so glad he was with me that day. The day before this video was filmed, I constantly passed out and they had to keep me out of shock with extra medication that was given via injections. This happened because besides the IV I was also taking extra oral antibiotics since a few days. Obviously this was way too much for my body to handle and the toxins of the bacteria that die and end up in my blood during the IV became too high, which caused this reaction. It was really scary so I had to stop the oral antibiotics immediately. So, back to the video. This was the day after and because the oral antibiotics weren't yet completely out of my blood system, I still passed out a few times and had extreme pain in my joints. I hope this video is an eye opener, that IV treatment isn't 'just' sticking an IV in your vein and wait until it's finished, it's a really hard battle. Even during the waiting until it's drained into your veins, you fight. That Lyme disease is a constant fight, it's not just some bacteria, it's taking over your life.
Views: 4819 Once upon a Lyme
Robert’s story begins with a history of joint pain/stiffness, memory loss, and numbness and tingling in both hands. He is diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease and treated with long-term antibiotics. His symptoms worsen and he begins to lose sight in the right eye. Evaluation by a neurologist and an ophthalmologist leads to the diagnosis of a pituitary tumor—not Lyme disease. Robert has now has permanent heart and kidney disease, joint pain, and severe obstructive sleep apnea as a result of the incorrect diagnosis and treatment. If you’ve had treatments for Lyme disease and still don’t feel better, please get a second opinion. An incorrect diagnosis can lead to permanent damage or death. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/videos/boulay/RobertBoulay_Lyme_Revised.wmv
Views: 33493 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
This presentation was recorded live at the 2016 IVC and Chronic Illness Symposium hosted by the Riordan Clinic. To find out more about the Riordan Clinic visit https://riordanclinic.org/ Lyme disease is a debilitating disease for many who contract it, and when traditional antibiotic therapy is only marginally effective or completely ineffective, little is currently offered these patients that can make a significant impact on improving the daily quality of their lives. The CDC currently estimates that there are 300,000 newly infected patients in the United States every year. There remains a great deal of controversy whether some chronically ill Lyme patients have other ineffectively-treated pathogens keeping them ill, or whether these patients have somehow developed chronic degenerative diseases that have nothing to do with Lyme and Lyme-related pathogens but remained misdiagnosed as victims of Lyme disease. Nevertheless, it will be shown that Ascorbazone therapy is proving to be highly effective in both resolving clearly diagnosed Lyme cases while offering a great deal of improvement to the improperly diagnosed patient as well. Ascorbazone therapy focuses on a goal of vitamin C (ascorbate) saturation throughout the body, with the addition of the potent anti-pathogen impact of properly-applied ozone-based therapies. The presentation will discuss why Ascorbazone therapy is highly effective in curing, or at least clinically resolving, chronic Lyme patients, since Lyme antibodies can persist long after the infection has been resolved, allowing the academic argument of whether the infection is really gone to persist. Supporting scientific literature for the efficacy of ascorbate and ozone will be cited, and case reports will be presented and discussed as well.
Views: 1493 Riordan Clinic
Best Alternative Treatment For Lyme Disease- Stevia Extract Kills Lyme Disease Better Than Any Antibiotic | Home Remedies Basis on Lyme Disease Do you know Stevia Extract Kills Lyme Disease Better Than Any Antibiotic? Lyme Disease is a Borellia type bacteria-caused disease. It is spread by ticks, especially deer ticks and black-legged ticks are responsible for its transmission. And when does it happen? –No way to answer straight. It can affect people of all ages. Yes, we are talking about Lyme disease. There are some home remedies for Lyme disease. What Are the Symptoms of Lyme Disease? The disease is hard to detect as the symptoms often mimic other diseases. Lyme disease is highly dangerous and can even be fatal if left untreated as it can affect any organ in the body, including the brain and nervous system, the muscles and joints and the heart. The main symptoms of Lyme diseases are fever, muscle aches, chills and sweats, joint pain, nausea and skin rashes in the form of a bull’s eye. What’s the Treatment of This Disease? Antibiotics are the conventional treatment for Lyme disease, but this is not the best course of treatment as it only treats the superficial symptoms, leaving the disease to wreak havoc inside the body. Luckily, there is something that can help. According to a new preclinical study, researchers found that stevia leaves extract is highly effective against the Borellia bacterium and can treat Lyme disease. What Do the Researchers Say in Its Treatment? A study was conducted by researchers from the Department of Biology and Environmental Science, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT. The European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology has published the results from the study. Researchers directly compared an alcohol extract of a whole stevia leaf product to conventional antibiotics. The researchers investigated their power in eliminating different forms of Borrelia burgdorferi. There are many types of Borrelia Burgdorferi and there is not any antibiotic strong enough to kill it. B. burgdorferi can exist in different forms and it is highly resistant to antibiotics. But, researchers found, “Stevia whole leaf extract, as an individual agent, was effective against all known morphological forms of B. burgdorferi. In the study, 10-20% of the Lyme disease patients that were given antibiotics in a period of 2-4 weeks had experienced adverse side-effects which put their health at further harm. The side effects were muscle aches, joint aches, pain and fatigue. And these side-effects even lasted for up to 6 months in some of the cases. The researchers also stated that the extract is full of phytochemicals and it also offers powerful antimicrobial properties which could be considered as an effective agent against B. burgdorferi. So, the findings from this study showed that stevia leaf extract can be very beneficial and of high importance in the fight against Lyme disease. Watch This Video Again : # Stevia Extract Kills Lyme Disease Better Than Any Antibiotic | Best Home Remedies Basis on Lyme Disease- https://youtu.be/k6flCJei9Fs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ➞ Best Health And Natural Remedy Tips from SMOOSIE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLObxXvPs-oSy27Y6SrpDnxqyXWKPSba4S ➞ Shocking! See What Happens When You Sleep With Garlic Under Your Pillow - https://youtu.be/5wRfqM6j31M ➞ Only 2% Of People Have These Traits, Do You Have The World's Rarest Personality(INFJ)? - https://youtu.be/wcSDwiZtDKY ➞ UNBELIEVABLE! Start Eating 2 Eggs a Day and This Will Happen to Your Body! (LOOSE WEIGHT) - https://youtu.be/GLYTZ5TNp2M --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stay Connected WIth Us: # Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lilys-Natura... # Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/lilysnatura... # Twitter: https://twitter.com/lily_remedies # Tumblr - https://lilysnaturalremedies.tumblr.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is an infection caused by various Borrelia genus, like Borrelia burgdorferi, Borrelia afzelii, and others. The Borrelia bacteria is a spirochete that's often spread via tick bites, and can cause chronic disease if not treated. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
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Video abstract of original research paper "Benefit of intravenous antibiotic therapy in patients referred for treatment of neurologic Lyme disease" published in the International Journal of General Medicine by Raphael Stricker, Allison DeLong, Christine Green, et al. Read the original research article here: http://www.dovepress.com/benefit-of-intravenous-antibiotic-therapy-in-patients-referred-for-tre-peer-reviewed-article-IJGM Conclusion: Prolonged intravenous antibiotic therapy is associated with improved cognition, fatigue, and myalgias in patients referred for treatment of neurologic Lyme disease. Treatment for 25--52 weeks may be necessary to obtain symptomatic improvement in these patients.
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http://lyme.jimdo.com/ Monica explains taking IV Antibiotics for Chronic Lyme Disease.
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In this video I talk a bit about when I was bitten in Spring 2014, contracting not just Lyme Disease but also Bartonella and Babesia. It took until Winter 2016 to be diagnosed and at that time I was in very, very bad shape. In other videos I talk more about the progression of my symptoms but I also highlight my initial symptoms from when I was first bitten in 2014. This also marks the 9th month of IV antibiotic treatment, the bumps in the road I've encountered and where I am at currently in the process of trying to transition to oral antibiotic treatment. As always, I am looking for more suggestions of things to talk about so please leave a comment below with any ideas. My website also has a blog documenting my journey with Lyme Disease, you can visit it at www.soulnutritionconsulting.com
Views: 1997 Sara Brunner - Lyme Dietitian
Episode 2 on how to survive Lyme disease - The Lyme Cure: Antibiotic Treatment vs. Natural Remedies... Increasingly people are turning to natural remedies in seeking treatment for Lyme disease. A holistic approach toward healing is gaining ground in the face of established medical science, especially for those who have not obtained relief from a standard 30-day course of antibiotics. There is growing evidence that a holistic approach can help provide relief from the relentless ebb and flow of symptoms associated with the disease, and can be an important part of the overall treatment of inflammation resulting from antibiotic treatment. As many Lyme victims claim failure from antibiotic treatment, more often they seek alternative medicine to best support their decision to abandon antibiotic treatment in favor of learning to live with the disease. The cure for Lyme is often a complex one, requiring so-called "supplements" which include everything from vitamins and natural remedies, to pharmaceuticals necessary to control the depression, anxiety and pain that is so frequently associated with an infected patient. There are several main reasons why people give up on antibiotic treatment, which is undeniably excruciating, however, often the patient is not in the best position to understand what is best for their own treatment. By the times the disease has compromised the brain, central nervous system, and the heart and muscle tissues, there is a desperation for relief that is overpowering. The number one reason that patients give up antibiotic treatment is that they cannot endure the excruciating symptoms of inflammation that results from the die-off of the Borrelia spirochete. This is called a "Herx" reaction. And after several weeks of treatment, when the expectation of feeling better does not materialize, the natural reaction is that the treatment must not be working. This is far from the truth. It is counter-intuitive, but the presence of a high misery index during treatment actually means the antibiotic treatment is doing its job. This is how a good LLMD, or Lyme-literate doctor, will clinically measure progress of treatment. The second biggest reason for abandoning antibiotics is an insufficient duration of treatment. The standard 30-day limit is often woefully inadequate for those who have been misdiagnosed for a period of many months, or quite possibly years. For the chronically ill, treatment can more often take many months to several years before the patient sees real progress. This is where the importance of holistic medicine plays a large role, in boosting the immune system and abating the severity of symptoms during treatment. However, the use of holistic medicine alone in combating Lyme disease, in the absence of traditional homeopathic treatment is rarely sufficient for ridding the body of the spirochete. Beware the claims of a natural or holistic cure without antibiotics -- it is one thing to seek a miracle, another to ignore the science. Do the supplements, the vitamins, the herbal remedies, and any or all of the other purported fixes, but keep science gnawing on the root of the problem, which at least for now, is long-term antibiotic treatment -- for as long as it takes. Ideas for an intellectual evolution, solutions for a 21st Century Global society.
Views: 3544 South Berkshire Research Institute
The conventional medical treatment for Lyme disease is 21 days of antibiotics. However, when those 21 days are up, even if you still have symptoms, your doctor is likely to stop your treatment - believing 21 days of antibiotics is enough to kill off the infection. Lyme is slow to grow, so it can take longer for antibiotics to eradicate the infection. New research on Lyme shows that some Lyme organisms have become resistant to antibiotics commonly used to treat it. If you have acute Lyme disease, taking antibiotics is appropriate and can help eradicate the infection and keep it from causing further damage to your body. According to the CDC, up to 20 percent of people with acute Lyme disease will fail antibiotic therapy and go on to develop chronic Lyme disease with persistent fatigue, joint pain, muscle aches and other neurological problems. The evidence for using antibiotics for chronic Lyme disease is not encouraging. Some research has found no benefit to using antibiotics long-term with Lyme disease and other studies have found that any improvement was lost shortly after stopping antibiotics. If you’ve been on the rollercoaster of antibiotics and have not improved, then it’s time to start looking at other options. I’ve been on that rollercoaster and I know what it’s like. But I want you to know you have options. In my book, "The Lyme Solution," I share what I used to treat myself and my patients. You’ll learn • how to eat the right foods • improve your gut health and immune system • detoxify better • enjoy deeper, restful sleep • and use novel therapies to modulate your immune system. If you’ve been feeling any combination of these symptoms and you haven’t discovered why you feel this way, then it’s time to find out if it’s Lyme disease. Find out now at my website at http://www.DarinIngelsND.com Start on your road to recovery with "The Lyme Solution" and make a commitment to your health and your life. I’ve written this book so you can regain your health and live a better life. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dariningelsnd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dariningelsnd/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dariningelsnd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dariningelsnd --------------------------------------------------------------- *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Darin Ingels, and is for informational and educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health-related advice from your doctor or other healthcare professional because of something you may have seen or heard included in this content. Your use of any information included in the content is solely at your own risk. Neither Dr. Darin Ingels nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this content. The content is not intended to be, and must not be taken to be, the practice of medicine. For purposes of this limitation, the practice of medicine includes, without limitation, providing healthcare treatment, instructions, diagnosis, prognosis, or advice. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 217 Darin Ingels ND
Lyme Disease Treatment | How To Beat Lyme Disease Alert!! You can beat Lyme and all of it's co-infections. Finally!! A unique method that: a. Finds Borrelia infection and all other infections b. Finds all toxins in the specific tissue c. Figures out the level of infection and toxin in the exact tissues they are located. d. This unique system also elegantly eliminates each infection and toxin exactly where they are found. e. No antibiotics are used. f. No Rife machine Listen as the patient shares his experience of relief of some of his horrible, chronic symptoms of a long list of horrible symptoms he has endured for several years. After traveling to different parts of the world to try different lyme disease treatments which touted great results....BUT left him with no relief....UNTIL NOW. Dr Herman can be found on Facebook: www.Facebook.com/DrLonnieHerman www.youTube.com/DrHermanReports Mr. Fisher heads a Lyme awareness group on Facebook called Lyme OH OH Canada.
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Envita is a leading cancer, Lyme disease, and chronic disease Unipathic treatment center in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our goal is to use the best of real time cancer and Lyme disease diagnostics to determine the best integrative cancer and Lyme disease treatments from around the world to help our patients receive a viable 2nd opinion. When it comes to chronic Lyme disease and its treatments; antibiotics, biofilm and the multiple infections are only a few pieces of the puzzle. That is why Unipathic Medicine and Envita Medical Center have partnered to create new standards for the integrative effective treatment of Chronic Lyme Disease Complex. Finally, with the advancement of technology and research, patients may now have viable options to better care. To learn more about Chronic Lyme Disease Complex, and personalized treatment options, contact us at Envita.com. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sources: Chronic Lyme Disease: Persistent Clinical Symptoms Related to Immune Evasion, Antibiotic Resistance and Various Defense Mechanisms of Borrelia burgdorferi Open Journal of Medical Microbiology Vol.4 No.4, December 2014 Chronic Lyme Disease Complex and Its Commonly Undiagnosed Primary and Secondary Co-Infections, Open Journal of Medical Microbiology Vol.5 No.3, September 2015 Borrelia burgdorferi: Cell Biology and Clinical Manifestations in Latent Chronic Lyme Open Journal of Medical Microbiology Vol.4 No.4, December 2014 The Journal of Investigative Medicine Raphael Stricker’s study, “Counterpoint: Long-Term Antibiotic Therapy Improves Persistent Symptoms Associated with Lyme Disease,” found in Clinical Infectious Diseases. http://www.lymeresearchalliance.org/ http://www.ilads.org/ http://www.cdc.gov/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be sure to visit and subscribe to our channel for other informative videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/EnvitaNaturalMedicalCenterScottsdale To get a hold of a patient care coordinator today call us at: 1-866-830-4576 To receive information about a condition you may be dealing with visit https://www.envita.com/contact Visit out website to learn more: https://www.envita.com/ For cancer treatment info: https://www.envita.com/conditions/cancer For Envita's articles on cancer visit: https://www.envita.com/cancer For Lyme disease treatment info: https://www.envita.com/conditions/lyme-disease For Envita's articles on Lyme disease visit: https://www.envita.com/lyme-disease Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Envita Twitter: https://twitter.com/envitamedical Google+: https://plus.google.com/+EnvitaNaturalMedicalCenterScottsdale Tumblr: https://envitamedicalcenters.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/envitamedicalce/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user10286984
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Brought to you by: http://www.lymebook.com Lyme disease treatment can be worse than the disease. Bryan Rosner discusses the pros and cons of long term antibiotic therapy for Lyme Disease.
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Dr. Daniel Cameron reviews a study published in the March 2016 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. The authors investigated the effectiveness of longer-term antibiotic therapy in patients with persistent symptoms of Lyme disease.
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Despite the controversy over whether chronic Lyme disease exists, many have been cured with long-term antibiotic treatment. The medical community largely comprised of the CDC and the IDSA and their minions continue to deny this. Why? 1) It would be an admission that they are wrong; 2) it would expose their complicity in suppressing this information and expose them to legal action; 3) it protects large numbers of so-called "specialists" who are making enormous sums of money by keeping people sick through their deliberate attempts to deceive the Public. Once held as the "Great Imitator," we know now that this myth is giving way to the reality that chronic Lyme is actually the "Great Initiator" and the source of the many neurological and psychiatric illnesses such as RA, Lupus, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Fibromyalgia, ADD/ADHD, Bi-Polar disease, Manic Depression, Schizophrenia, ALS amongst many others. Meanwhile, as they continue to protect their own interests at the expense, suffering and misery of millions as, like the cancer industry, they remain firmly entrenched in their efforts to subvert the truth, promote mis-information, and create bogus research to mislead the public in order to protect themselves. The controversy is no longer about whether chronic Lyme exists - it is about why the CDC and the IDSA continue to subvert the truth about this tragic illness.
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Visit http://www.ilads.org/media/conference_land.php to purchase full video. Raphael Stricker, MD received his medical degree and training in Internal Medicine at Columbia University in New York. He did subspecialty training in Hematology/Oncology at the University of California San Francisco, and supplemental training in Immunology and Immunotherapy at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. He is currently Medical Director of Union Square Medical Associates, a multispecialty practice in San Francisco. Dr. Stricker is Past President of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). He is also a member of the American Society of Hematology (ASH), the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies (FOCIS), the American Federation for Medical Research (AFMR) and the American Society for Reproductive Immunology (ASRI). He is a recipient of the American Medical Association Award for Physician Excellence and an Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Annals of Internal Medicine. He has authored over 200 medical journal articles and abstracts. Areas of special interest include coagulation disorders, emerging infectious diseases, immunodeficiency, immunologic infertility, and tick-borne diseases.
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How to Treat Lyme Disease Naturally In this video, I tell you what I believe are the 2 most important factors in treating Lyme Disease Naturally. ================================================ Click here to view my next video "My Story of Recovery from Lyme Disease" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOOZIv4E3QU ================================================ Visit my website at https://www.DrJoAnnTully.com/ Click here to sign up for Newsletter: https://www.drjoanntully.com/p/newsletter-email-capture ================================================ This video is for educational purposes, and is not meant to be medical advice. If you are seeking medical advice for your particular situation, please consult your healthcare provider.
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With lyme disease becoming an increasing concern over the past several years, Dr. Bergman explains several natural solutions to help you fight the bacteria that causes Lyme Disease. References: http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/ http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/signs_symptoms/index.html http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/stats/index.html http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/signs_symptoms/lymecarditis.html http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/stats/humancases.html http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/postlds/index.html http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/treatment/index.html http://www.rxlist.com/monodox-drug/patient-images-side-effects.htm http://www.rxlist.com/amoxicillin-drug/patient-images-side-effects.htm http://www.rxlist.com/ceftin-drug/patient-images-side-effects.htm http://www.rxlist.com/rocephin-drug/patient-images-side-effects.htm http://www.rxlist.com/pfizerpen-side-effects-drug-center.htm Postepy Hig Med Dosw (Online). 2016;70(0):180-185. Epub 2016 Mar 4. PMID: 26943315 Przegl Epidemiol. 2005;59(1):35-41. PMID: 16013408 J Infect Dis. 1996 Oct;174(4):747-51. PMID: 8843212 http://underourskin.com/film/ http://underourskin.com/sequel/#sequel-home Eur J Microbiol Immunol (Bp). 2015 Dec ;5(4):268-80. Epub 2015 Nov 12. PMID: 26716015 http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/stevia-kills-lyme-disease-pathogen-better-antibiotics-preclinical-study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25199555 Parasitol Res. 2014 Dec;113(12):4431-7. doi: 10.1007/s00436-014-4121-4. Epub 2014 Sep 10. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23218220 Vet Parasitol. 2013 Mar 31;193(1-3):316-9. doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2012.11.010. Epub 2012 Nov 14. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26359641 Vet Parasitol. 2015 Sep 15;212(3-4):324-30. doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.08.022. Epub 2015 Aug 24. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/defeating-lyme-disease-essential-oils J Med Entomol. 2011 Jul;48(4):822-7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21845941 Siegel B, “Enhanced interferon response to murine leukemia virus by ascorbic acid” Infection and Immunity 1974 10(2):409-410.  Siegel B, “Enhancement of interferon production by poly(rI)-poly(rC) in mouse cell cultures by ascorbic acid” Nature 1975 254(5500):531-532.  Geber W, Lefkowitz S, Hung C, “Effect of ascorbic acid, sodium salicylate, and caffeine on the serum interferon level in response to viral infection” Pharmacology 1975 13(3):228-233.  Dahl H ,Degre M, “The effect of ascorbic acid on production of human interferon and the antiviral activity in vitro. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica. Section B” Microbiology 1976 84(5):280-284.  Stone I, “The possible role of mega-ascorbate in the endogenous synthesis of interferon” Medical Hypotheses 1980 6(3):309-314.  Karpinska T, Kawecki Z, Kandefer-Szerszen M, “The influence of ultraviolet irradiation, L-ascorbic acid and calcium chloride on the induction of interferon in human embryo fibroblasts” Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis 1982 30(1-2)33-37. http://blog.livonlabs.com/17-ways-vitamin-c-supports-healthy-immune-system/ http://whitakerwellness.com/therapies/iv-vitamins/iv-vitamin-c/ Levy, T. Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins: Curing the Incurable. Xlibris Corp. Philadelphia, PA, 2002. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07315724.2002.10719248 Journal Of The American College Of Nutrition Vol. 21 , Iss. 6,2002 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07315724.2002.10719248 http://www.cdc.gov/getsmart/community/programs-measurement/measuring-antibiotic-prescribing.html http://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2016/p0503-unnecessary-prescriptions.html J. Antimicrob. Chemother. (2012) doi: 10.1093/jac/dks445 http://jac.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/11/11/jac.dks445.full https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2013/p0916-untreatable.html At http://bergmanchiropractic.com and http://Owners-Guide.com we strive to educate people on natural solutions to health. http://www.theArthritisReversalSystem.com is my online video course with 21 videos, 3 manuals and an online forum! https://www.owners-guide.com/online-consultation/ for online consults. SUBSCRIBE at http://www.youtube.com/user/johnbchiro CALL TOLL FREE 1-855-712-0012 to get bonus materials not on YouTube or text your first name and email plus 89869 to 1-817-591-2905.
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Steemit Blog - https://steemit.com/@covertchronicle Yet another study has surfaced supporting ILADs views that Lyme Disease can still be persistent after 30 days of antibiotic treatment. Dr. Brian Fallon lectured about this new Lyme Disease study at Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie, New York. One of the biggest endemic areas for Lyme in the country! The study showed even after a full course of antibiotic treatment, mice still passed on Lyme Disease to ticks. If this is not enough evidence for the CDC to change their guidelines, I don't know what is. The evidence is starting become overwhelming now. Source: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20140328/NEWS01/303280049/Antibiotics-won-t-kill-Lyme-studies-say There was also the Monica E. Embers study done back in 1998 that showed live borrelia burgdorferi bacteria after 4 to 6 months of aggressive antibiotic treatment. This study has a lot of controversy behind it, because it was delayed for a total of 12 years. Many speculate it was delayed so that IDSA didn't have to consider it for their 2006 Lyme disease guidelines. Source: http://lymedisease.org/news/lymepolicywonk/lymepolicywonk-was-this-important-lyme-study-hidden-for-12-years.html Then there's the Senator Blumenthal investigation done on the IDSA, According to Oxford Journals, a conclusion was made that the 2006 Lyme Disease guidelines were based on the highest-quality medical and scientific evidence available at the time. How can that be when the Embers Study showed a persistent Lyme Disease infection. Was the study ever brought up in the Senator Blumenthal investigation? Source: http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/51/1/1.full When shit hits the fan, I'd like to see some of these corrupt doctors go to jail. These doctors on the board are responsible for millions of people suffering and thousands of people dieing because of their ignorance in scientific research. However it could be that the decisions are being made from the top, the corruption could be within our own government to coverup a long lost biowarfare weapon from Project Paperclip. What the future holds for Lyme patients and this debilitating disease is unknown, but we must fight, as these Lyme wars rage on!
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Professor and Department Chair Department of Biology and Environmental Science at the University of New Haven, Eva Sapi, PhD joined me to discuss her research studying the use of Stevia for the treatment of Lyme disease as an alternative to routine antibiotics. Outbreak News Today http://outbreaknewstoday.com/ Outbreak News Interviews on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/outbreak-news-interviews/id1249586204?mt=2&ls=1
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In this video, I’ll review treatment protocols for those who have confirmed Lyme Disease, as well as those who are labeled as Lyme patients but most likely are not infected. I’ll also discuss how oncologists communicate with patients. They aren’t always nice, and they often give misleading information.
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The Best Lyme Disease Treatment. http://www.chefonamission.com. Marcus Guiliano is the chef & owner of Aroma Thyme Bistro located in the bountiful Hudson Valley of New York. Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 10 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed over a handful of medical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visit http://www.chefonamission.com. Aroma Thyme is know for their "stealth health"(Zagat). The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine and over 200 beers. Aroma Thyme is certified green by The Green Restaurant Association. Chef on a Mission Facebook http://tinyurl.com/myqspp3 My Central Channel: http://www.MarcusG.tv Food Fraud TV http://www.FoodFraudTV.com Why Not Farmed Salmon http://www.NoFarmedSalmon.com Where I Run http://www.crazymountainruns.com My facebook http://www.facebook.com/AromaThymeBistro Twitter for my restaurant: http://twitter.com/Aroma_Thyme My personal Twitter: http://twitter.com/healthychefdude My Restaurant website: http://www.aromathymebistro.com This website/video contains general information about medical conditions and treatments. The information is not advice, and should not be treated as such. All information is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. I cannot and do not give you, or anyone, medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues. I simply tell you what might have worked for me. The information is not advice, and should not be treated as such. These statements/products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products/statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult your medical professional for advice. I am simply telling you what may have worked for me personally.
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A new study just came out that shows that Stevia is more effective at killing the lyme disease pathogen than the drugs that big pharma has been using for this purpose. Study - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26716015 Lyme disease is a very serious condition that happens a lot in the United States. One of the main treatments has been antibiotics, but the problem is that this lyme disease treatment is not always effective. So it's really interesting right now when a study comes out showing that something as simple as stevia is very effective at helping with lyme disease. Follow Me On Social Media: Website: https://truthnutra.com/yt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truthnutra/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truthnutra/ Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_christopherwalker/ Truth Nutra Products: Shop For Supplements - https://truthnutra.com/supplements Shop For Books - https://truthnutra.com/books Shop For Apparel - https://truthnutra.com/apparel Use code "YOUTUBE" For 10% Off! Find Out If You Have Estrogen Dominance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCBD39qf528
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Citation: Berende, A., Hofstede, H., Vos, F., Middendorp, H., Vogelaar, M., Tromp, M.,… Kullberg, B. (2016). Randomized Trial of Longer-Term Therapy for Symptoms Attributed to Lyme Disease. N Engl J Med, 374 (13). Retrieved from http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMoa1505425 PubMed link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Randomized+Trial+of+Longer-Term+Therapy+for+Symptoms+Attributed+to+Lyme+disease
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This video is about Lyme Disease Treatment Part 3 How to treat Lyme Disease. 28 days of antibiotics will not treat late stage Chronic Lyme Disease. I will be discussing various treatment protocols that I have under went. My treatment has been very difficult, enduring 12 months of IV antibiotics, herbs, homeopathic remedies, and supplements, more than one body should ever handle. When undergoing lyme disease treatment, one can experience what is know as a Herxing affect. I call it taking your worst symptoms and putting them on steriods. A severe worsening of symptoms with no relief in sight. I will be releasing various videos discussing protocols, detoxing and where to get more information. Thank you for watching and may you stay hopeful!
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/hyperbaric-chamber.html If you develop symptoms of Lyme disease, you will normally be given a course of antibiotic tablets, capsules or liquid. Most people will require a two- to four-week course, depending on the stage of the condition. If you are prescribed antibiotics, it's important you finish the course even if you are feeling better, because this will help ensure all the bacteria are killed. If your symptoms are particularly severe, you may be referred to a specialist to have antibiotic injections (intravenous antibiotics). Some of the antibiotics used to treat Lyme disease can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight. In these cases, you should avoid prolonged exposure to the sun and not use sunbeds until after you have finished the treatment. There's currently no clear consensus on the best treatment for post-infectious Lyme disease because the underlying cause is not yet clear. Be wary of internet sites offering alternative diagnostic tests and treatments that may not be supported by scientific evidence. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/Hyperbaric-Oxygen-Chamber-Testimonials.html
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Procedure to infuse antibiotics for lyme disease intravenously.
Views: 290 Marcia Lavelle
New research may be bad news for thousands who suffer from Lyme disease. As CBS 2′s Vanessa Murdock reported, antibiotic treatment has offered Lyme sufferers some semblance of normalcy. But recent research finds Lyme disease bacteria persist even after antibiotic treatments. Scientists infected mice with Lyme disease then treated with antibiotics, thinking they'd destroyed it. But when a tick bit one of the mice, it still contracted what's called spirochetal bacteria, which causes Lyme disease. Other studies are examining whether the bacteria lives with humans as host. Each year, 300,000 people are treated for the disease, Murdock reported. Some Lyme disease patients said the research isn't surprising since they still suffer symptoms after several rounds of antibiotics. "Antibiotics helped me from being crippled and in pain every day to a working, active person in society," Lyme disease sufferer Jessica Thompson told Murdock. ACS 200 is the only proven effective treatment for lyme disease, and can be used alone, or with anti-biotics. http://www.elocare.com/ Please visit the website above for more information on lyme disease.
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http://lyfenutrition.com ^^Click Here For Your FREE E-book^^ So you’ve taken the full course of antibiotics that your doctor prescribed. You’re still feeling symptoms every day. Maybe the joint pain just won’t reside, or maybe you are still getting extreme vertigo and feelings of dizziness and faintness. The doctor might not want to treat you anymore, because the CDC does not recognize chronic lyme disease and expects all cases to go away from antibiotic treatment. This means that insurance companies will not cover you after your course of antibiotics…whether you’ve healed or not. Doctors can lose their license if they test any further, or keep diagnosing for lyme disease beyond the use of antibiotics. I’ve seen it happen to a doctor from my neighborhood. This puts chronic lyme sufferers in a terrible position that just isn’t fair. But don’t worry, there’s still hope. From my research on lyme disease I’ve noticed a few things about the people who heal. 1. They’re willing to try and do anything to get rid of the nasty Borrelia bug. 2. They change their diet in order to bring their body to an extremely healthy state. 3. They use herbs very often in order to keep their immune system strong and battle off the symptoms and/or the bacteria itself. 4. They have a total body awareness about how they feel, what they eat, where they go, and what they do, and how it all effects their health. I call this being awake. So in my opinion as a chronic lyme disease sufferer there are 2 things you could do. Seek help Just because doctors wont help you doesn’t mean that no one will. There are non MD nutritional consultants, herbalists, health coaches, and lyme disease experts that would love to help a client in need who’s suffering from lyme disease. Now you might be saying, “But do I really want to trust someone who doesn’t have an MD?”. The short answer is yes, but allow me to explain: I am not trying to discount doctors in any way because there are doctors who specialize in lyme disease as well. Usually these doctors use herbal therapy, nutritional health, and healthy conscious living in order to help their patients. That’s what works. In today’s day and age a doctor and certain nutritional and herbal coaches can be looked at as equals. I’ve had many helpful coaches in many different areas of my life that helped me more than a doctor ever has. I’ve met so many extremely knowledgable nutrition coaches and natural healing mentors. I know for a fact that there are people who can help you in this space. Now that your lyme has shown to be chronic and lasting beyond the antibiotics, the truth remains: Doctors are losing medical licenses over treating lyme disease patients because of the big corporations that are attached to their services. 2. Take Control Now, obviously you can’t take control of everything in the world. You cannot control the insurance companies, the way the CDC runs, or the doctors who do not wish to lose their license. You cannot directly change the outcome of this situation by focusing on the things which you do not directly control. But there is one thing that you can control. You. I am not accusing you of lack of effort, or not trying. I know for a fact that you tried the best you could to get rid of this scary disease. Nobody wants to suffer. But if we look at the facts, the best you could do did not work. You cannot continue to do what did not work and expect to get different results. It is time for you to take control of this situation. Get mad if you have to. Get serious about destroying the intruder that lie within. Get upset that such a thing would cause you to reshape your life and take up your time. Get pissed that this mother fucker exists! And then take control.
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Patients say it's real after being misdiagnosed for years. Q&A: A doctor who treats patients for Lyme disease takes your questions. Dr. Jill Mahoney is a primary care physician at Scarborough Integrative Health. Imagine living with a disease that causes serious health problems but not knowing that you are infected? Many patients spend years misdiagnosed only to find out that they have Lyme Disease. The disease is a debilitating illness that is spread through tick bites. For most people, if Lyme disease is caught early, it's treatable with antibiotics. But left untreated it can cause long-term medical problems. Paula Jackson Jones and Angele Rice suffered from debilitating health problems -- they say nearly cost them their lives. Thanks to health providers willing to work outside federal medical guidelines, they got their lives back. Now they are helping other patients from falling through the cracks. Paula Jackson Jones found a tick on her after raking leaves on a beautiful fall day. She flushed it down the toilet. A week later she started to have anxiety attacks. She didn't get the typical symptoms of Lyme disease -- a bull's eye rash and the flu. She went to her doctor not thinking it had anything it had anything to do with the tick bite. Her symptoms got worse full blown anxiety attacks, pain, muscle spasms and fatigue. Six months later she told her doctor about the tick bite, but a test for Lyme disease came back negative. Most providers use a two-step blood test recommended by the CDC. It checks for evidence of antibodies against Lyme disease bacteria. If the first step is negative, further testing is recommended. But some experts say the test is unreliable -- failing up to 36 percent of the time even within 30 days of a tick bite. 'I had been diagnosed with MS I was shaking, none of this treatments worked. Now my arms and legs are not working. I am choking when I am swallowing I am hearing ALS,' said Paula. Two years later after seeing 23 different doctors and four negative tests for Lyme --- Jones found what she calls a 'Lyme literate' provider. A naturopathic doctor willing to treat her symptoms without a positive test for Lyme. 'I credit her for saving my life because if someone didn't figure out what was wrong with me, I was going to survive this,' said Paula. A long-term dose of antibiotics, herbal remedies, and other alternative treatments helped her regain her health. Out of pocket testing confirmed that she had late-stage neurological Lyme and several other tick-borne diseases. Five years after that tick bite she met Angele Rice Angele was bitten by a tick at the age of 13 but didn't get a diagnosed with Lyme until she was 30. For years, Rice lived with migraines, anxiety, and depression, but like Jones, found a doctor willing to treat her symptoms. Together they started Midcoast Lyme Disease Support and Education. The nonprofit holds support groups, provides education to prevent Lyme disease, and connects patients to providers who practice outside CDC guidelines. One of those providers is Dr. Jill Mahoney. The family doctor gave up her practice and focuses full time on patients suffering from Lyme. She says how to treat Lyme Disease is controversial. The CDC does recognize Lyme as a medical condition but does not recommend more than four weeks of antibiotics for treatment. Other organizations feel that longer antibiotic treatment may be necessary. Dr. Mahoney follows recommendations from ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Disease Society) which the organization claims is backed up by medical research. 'Lyme is a persistent infection and finds ways to evade the immune system and often requires a longer course of antibiotics,' said Dr. Mahoney. Dr. Mahoney also treats symptoms of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases with herbal remedies and diet restrictions. When their immune systems recover, some patients end up with a positive test for Lyme and on the road to recovery. 'People think we are just throwing things at them, throwing antibiotics at them, throwing herbals at them, giving them false hope. I wouldn’t be doing this if my patients weren't getting better,' said Dr. Mahoney. The CDC does recommend patients who are experiencing symptoms of Lyme Disease post-treatment to get a second opinion. The CDC says studies by the National Institutes for Health have not shown that patients with Lyme Disease who received antibiotics over a period of time do better in the long run. For information about Lyme Disease, Diagnosis and Treatment https://www.cdc.gov Maine Medical Center Research Institute www.ticksinmaine.com Information on finding a provider to treat late-stage Lyme disease. Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education, www.mldse.org International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society, www.ilads.org
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Watch more First Aid: When Nature Attacks videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/410878-How-to-Get-Treatment-for-Lyme-Disease Lyme disease can be treated with antibiotics at any stage. Here are some things to keep in mind as you seek treatment. Step 1: Describe later-stage symptoms Describe any symptoms associated with later-stage Lyme disease. Your doctor may prescribe intravenous antibiotics in cases where Lyme disease has progressed. With the advice of a good doctor, you can address your symptoms and keep them under control. Step 2: Tell your doctor when you were bitten Tell your doctor when you were bitten. Oral antibiotics are usually prescribed for early-stage Lyme disease. Step 3: Contact your doctor Contact your doctor immediately if you've been bitten by a tick and experience signs and symptoms of Lyme disease, such as a rash, flu-like symptoms, joint pain, and neurological difficulties. Treatment of Lyme disease is most effective if started early. Tip Oral antibiotics are prescribed if the tick is still attached to your body and has been there for less than 36 hours. You can begin taking antibiotics within 72 hours of removing the tick if you are over eight years of age and not breast-feeding or pregnant. Did You Know? Lyme Disease was first diagnosed in 1975 in Lyme, Connecticut, from which it derived its name.
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Find Your Body Type: http://bit.ly/BodyTypeQuiz Dr. Berg discusses lyme disease and what to do naturally to help it. In this video, Dr. Berg shares his experience with lyme disease and explains how it is important to go get antibiotics as soon as possible. Lyme Disease Natural Remedies: 1. Garlic 2. Onion 3. Chlorella 4. Olive Leaf Extract 5. Colloidal Silver Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBergDC TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericbe... ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/c... DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He works with their physicians, which regular their medication. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this video or site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. The Health & Wellness and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Anna-Marie Wellins, DNP of Southampton Hospital's Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center Medical Advisory Panel shares information about the antibiotics available to treat Lyme Disease. Dr. Wellins sees patients at Meeting House Lane Medical Practice, PC in Sag Harbor. For questions or a physician referral, call the Hospital's tick hotline at (631) 726-TICK.
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Meet Kamea, a Canadian Lyme Disease patient with an amazing recovery story. BEFORE Lyme Disease: Prior to contracting Lyme disease, Kamea spent four hours a day performing gymnastics training. She was also an avid runner. At age 10, Kamea contracted Lyme Disease and quickly developed MS Symptoms. Canadian doctors initially suggested that Kamea's MS symptoms were caused by stress. Her mother knew better, however after multiple requests, doctors refused to test Kamea for Lyme Disease. Ultimately, Kamea suffered through three years of failed Lyme Disease Treatment from several American LLMDs, all while her MS symptoms worsened with each year of LLMD Lyme treatment. As seen in her gut-wrenching home video, Kamea ultimately struggled to walk from her bedroom to her kitchen. Treatment for Lyme Disease: When Kamea arrived at Sponaugle Wellness Institute in April 2013, she couldn't walk more than a few yards. At times, her mother or Sponaugle Wellness nurses would carry her around the wellness center. Most of the other times, she was only able to use her wheel chair. Kamea responded well to the brain-focused Lyme Disease Treatment by Dr. Sponaugle. After just eight weeks of intensive treatment, Kamea was walking effortlessly down the hallways of the Sponaugle Wellness Institute, and Kamea NO LONGER NEEDED HER WHEELCHAIR! Upon completing 10 weeks of Dr. Sponaugle's treatment for Lyme disease, Kamea was running for the first time in four years! She even raced patient coordinator, Pastor Philip, in the parking lot before returning home to Toronto. For more information about Lyme Disease Treatment at Sponaugle Wellness Institute, please go to http://sponauglewellness.com/treatments/lyme-disease-treatment/, or contact one of our patient coordinators at 888-775-2770 or 727-945-9198. © Copyright 2013 Marvin Sponaugle, MD All Rights Reserved https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkdaxPkjO78 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMHW3oC5VYqVM9LuRZY1JrA #lymediseasetreatment #treatmentoflymedisease #treatmentforlymedisease #lymedisease #lymesdisease
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