5 Essential Strategies for Treating Chronic Lyme DiseaseLyme disease was first discovered in Lyme, Connecticut in 1975. Th...
Strategy 1 – Chronic Lyme disease always simultaneously presents more than oneinfection which can range from bacterial to ...
When one considers all 5 strategies outlined above, it is clear why so many patients intreatment fail to get acceptable re...
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5 Essential Strategies for Treating Chronic Lyme Disease

  1. 1. 5 Essential Strategies for Treating Chronic Lyme DiseaseLyme disease was first discovered in Lyme, Connecticut in 1975. Thirty four years later,on July 16, 2009, Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell signed into law, a bill that protectsphysicians who treat chronic Lyme disease – thereby recognizing Lyme as an officialdisease. Nevertheless, despite Lyme’s public recognition – improvement in treatmentstrategies still must be improved to help the ever-increasing numbers of patientssuffering with it.Lyme disease is a multi-system condition that often carries co-infections which caninterfere with its diagnosis. Known to influence and exacerbate other chronic illnesses,Lyme is often mishandled as patients deal with a variety of symptoms that can matchthose of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.5 Keys to Understanding Chronic Lyme DiseaseAnything that is worth doing typically requires more than a single step to complete. Suchtasks take time, most of which requiring hard work and sustained effort. One mustprepare, implement a strategy, and then persevere until the conclusion is reached. Withthat said, our Lyme disease protocol has taken roughly a decade to assemble by takingon each facet one by one, until the big picture fell into place.The proper way to grasp what we like to call “Lyme disease complex” requires adheringto five essential strategies that improve both the approach and end result. They are asfollows:
  2. 2. Strategy 1 – Chronic Lyme disease always simultaneously presents more than oneinfection which can range from bacterial to viral or fungal or protozoa – all successfullyco-existing within patients’ bodies. By treating just one infection, it is likely the patientwill not improve and most symptoms will remain. This is of critical importance becausethe patient will be dragged into a cycle of long-term illness with little to no improvementwith each treatment attempt. Physicians who are not “Lyme literate” typically fail toaddress all contributing infections properly.Strategy 2 – Lyme’s complex of co-infections compromise the immune system. And arundown immune system never does its job properly, leading to new symptomspresenting that mimic those of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and up to 300other notable medical conditions.This “now what” type of disease sees patients walk through the doors of manyphysicians and care providers over time, with little to show for their efforts. Why?Because although Lyme disease gets all the “press” it is likely not the only infectioncausing illness - many co-infections are likely contributing to the steady decline of thepatients’ overall wellness.Moreover, not everyone will have the same infections; rather, some may suffer withvarious tick borne co-infections along with other active viral combinations. Because theimmune system is directly under fire, the patient is vulnerable to other infections thatwould normally be harmless.Strategy 3 – Research indicates that these nasty co-infections may actuallycommunicate through synergistic mechanisms of replication and may even involvecomplex cell to cell signaling between infections and co-infections. In other words, whileone infection is being treated, another may recognize its opportunity, grow, and attractthe immune’s attention, thereby allowing the primary infection to re-establish itself.Envita is working overtime to ensure that treatment protocols include multi-infectionapproaches that include simultaneous and ongoing immune system reconstitution.Strategy 4 - Biofilm plays an integral role in protecting Lyme’s primary and co-infectionsfrom standard treatments like antibiotics. To ensure the efficacy of treatment, biofilmmust be stripped away.Strategy 5 - Lyme infections release neurotoxins that compete with receptor sitesthroughout the body including neural and hormonal. Neurotoxins are hard for the bodyto eliminate and their release will disrupt the body’s overall functionality. Moreover,neurotoxins can take long time to remove by means of a process that is fairly complex –but making neurotoxin detox a part of Lyme treatment is critical to patient health andrecovery.
  3. 3. When one considers all 5 strategies outlined above, it is clear why so many patients intreatment fail to get acceptable results. For assistance and treatment of chronic Lymedisease, contact Envita Medical Centers where we have been helping patients withLyme disease, Fibromyalgia, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for more than a decade.For those who are struggling with this condition, we invite you to learn more - the best prescription iseducation.

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