Don’t miss The Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 4
Now considered to be a dysfunction of the immune system, Lyme disease can mimic other chronic conditions; it can manifest in autoimmunity… along with other misunderstood chronic conditions, Lyme disease has destroyed people’s lives.
Lyme disease can be a devastating (and sometimes hidden) condition, but it doesn’t have to be! Known as “The Great Imitator,” Lyme disease may mimic other chronic health conditions: arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, MS, depression…
But the sooner it’s detected, the easier it is to address!
Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose and treat and has over 150 different possible symptoms: fatigue, mood problems, insomnia, neurological impairments, brain fog, migraines, gut issues, neuropathy, joint pain and others. If not properly treated, over time Lyme disease becomes chronic and can manifest in autoimmunity or a number of other degenerative, debilitating health issues.
Some people live in a cycle of symptom management while remaining extremely ill.
Many doctors don’t know which medications to give people, so many have to find their own solutions.
The fact is: if you don’t know the root cause of your health issues, it’s so much harder to heal.
Your host, Dr. Jay Davidson, nearly lost his wife to chronic Lyme disease, which prompted him to undergo years of research to help her heal. He’ll share that wisdom with you during this summit.
Lean on the wisdom of our health experts to help with:
+ Testing methods and treatment protocols
+ Steps to take before addressing Lyme
+ Staying empowered in the doctor/patient relationship
+ Supporting mitochondrial health and drainage
+ Detox and diet protocols
+ Nutrition, exercise and mindset strategies
+ And so much more!
If you’ve been diagnosed with or suspect you’ve been misdiagnosed, it’s time to gain a deeper understanding of Lyme disease!
Join us at this important event to discover current research and novel approaches to testing and treating chronic Lyme disease and what you can do to boost your immune system health.
You’re not alone. There are answers. We can heal together.
P.S. When you register for The Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 4k, you’ll also unlock early-access interviews, complimentary guides and helpful eBooksabout living your most resilient life!
Just for clarification: ALL disease is basically due to an impaired immune system from the standpoint of if the immune system was working at 100% it would be able to fight off disease. Tick-borne illness by nature causes immune dysfunction as these are pathogens who work synergistically together and literally feast upon the human body, depriving it of vital nutrients. Of course replacing those nutrients and building blocks is essential but in my opinion only one prong of treatment. Detoxification is another prong, and antimicrobial treatment is the third important prong.
When we only focus on the immune system we miss a key of the puzzle and that is the pathogens themselves – which typically means antimicrobial treatment of one form or another.
From my experience, when the pathogens are dealt with, many if not most symptoms just disappear.
There’s always exceptions. I’ve personally heard stories of people getting well on nothing but supportive things like diet and supplements; however, they are in the minority. I get excited over each and every person who finds wholeness – no matter how it comes, but at the end of the day we all must make informed choices and nobody knows your body better than you do. You must gather all the information you can and choose for yourself your course of action. All I can say is “God speed” on whatever you choose and may you reach the other side.
For more on treatment: https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2016/02/13/lyme-disease-treatment/
https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2019/02/22/why-mainstream-lyme-msids-research-remains-in-the-dark-ages/ This article is based upon an important video Dr. Burrascano did where he shares nuances of successful treatment. Blood levels of antimicrobials are important (dosage) as well as cycling (going off treatment when you’ve been symptom-free for 2-3 months and then hitting it hard with antimicrobials if and when you relapse. He’s found that doing 3-4 cycles has brought people to remission).
Some of the sickest patients I’ve seen are 1) those who have had it for decades 2) used antimicrobials (typically antibiotics) indiscriminately. It takes a trained eye and know-how to treat this. You can NOT just throw more and more doxycycline at this. It takes many antimicrobials and varying dosages (depending upon the person) in a layered fashion. You have to deal with all forms of Bb (borrelia or Lyme) as well as every coinfection, which can include worms.