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Lyme Disease - A Wellness Rx LLC Report
Lyme disease is an illness caused by a bacteria called Borrelia burgdoreri. It is spread to humans and animals by a certain type of “hard-bodied” tick that is carrying the bacterium (gram-negative spirochete bacteria). This Lyme bacteria can duplicate themselves rapidly and can hide from the body’s immune system by mimicking healthy cells. Lyme bacteria can also change forms to elude the immune system or antibiotics. When it is in “cyst” form it becomes very difficult to kill. According to the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society (ILADS), there are 5 subspecies of Borrelia burgodoreri, over 100 strains in the United States and 300 strains worldwide.
Muscle Aches & Stiffness
Muscle aches and pains are common and can involve more than one muscle. Muscle pain can also involve ligaments, tendons, and fascia (soft tissues that connect muscles, bones & organs).
Treating High Cholesterol
Cholesterol is an important component of the cell walls in all cells of the body and can be used to make hormones or bile acid to help digest food. High cholesterol can cause formation and accumulation of plaque deposits in the arteries.
More than 100 million Americans (30% of us) experience some type of sleep disorder. 60 million experience insomnia regularly (40% of women; 30% of men).
Antibacterial & Antiviral Herbs and How To Use Them
Before using antibacterial or antiviral herbs, it is suggested that you consult an herbal medicine guide or herbalist for exact dosing instructions. Your body is unique and your specific needs will likely be unique as well.
While there are many drugs that are used to balance neurotransmitters, improve blood flow to the brain or improve memory loss, the most active areas of brain research today centers around non-drug therapies including cardiovascular health (don't smoke, monitor blood pressure, cholesterol & blood sugar & maintain a healthy weight), diet, physical fitness (increases blood and oxygen to the brain) and brain supplements.