In order to run optimally, the human body requires a lot of different processes to occur. Vitamins, nutrients, fungus, and bacteria are just a few of the things that live inside the body for the sole purpose of keeping all its systems operating at their best.Continue reading “How Do You Test For Candidiasis?”
Lyme disease can throw up all kinds of confusing symptoms. This is especially true in its chronic form, which has earned it the nickname “The Great Imitator.” Lyme represents a major challenge for both patients and doctors alike. On the one hand, late-stage Lyme disease has no defined set of symptoms, with most manifestations of the disease being generalized and patient-specific. On the other hand, chronic Lyme is not considered a legitimate disorder by most official medical bodies, meaning that research and studies on the effects of the disease are limited.
Many doctors don’t fully understand the effects of chronic Lyme, and as such, diagnosis is often compromised due to confusing symptoms. One of these disparate symptoms is called cold urticaria, which essentially translates an allergy to the cold. But can Lyme disease cause urticaria?Continue reading “Can Lyme Disease Cause An Allergy To The Cold?”
Lyme disease is an illness brought on by the Borrelia bacterium. It is spread to humans through tick bites. When ticks get hold of humans, they transfer the disease through the bloodstream, sending the bacteria to all areas of the body. Lyme disease became known and studied in the early 80s, but some fossilized ticks have been known to have carried the bacteria from as long as 15 million years ago.Continue reading “Which Organs Can Be Affected By Lyme Disease?”
Lyme disease causes all sorts of disparate symptoms in its chronic form. The problem of continued misdiagnosis is extremely prevalent, despite there being an estimated 300,000 new cases of Lyme every year. Chronic Lyme is not recognized as an official disease, which certainly compounds the problem; however, the issue runs deeper than that. Chronic Lyme symptoms are so varied and patient-specific that many medical professionals won’t even consider Lyme as a possible cause, simply because it covers so much ground. This can prolong patients’ suffering and increase the instances of misdiagnosis.Continue reading “Can Lyme Disease Cause Acid Reflux?”
Tick-borne illnesses can lead to severe complications if left untreated. Many of the illnesses caused by tick bites present themselves the same way in the early stages. Often, the symptoms after a bite appear flu-like, but some people can get infected with a tick-borne illness and be asymptomatic.Continue reading “Is Typhus The Same As Lyme Disease?”