5 Essential Strategies for Treating Chronic Lyme Disease


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Chronic Lyme disease is a complex multi-system, multi-neuroendocrine, multi-infectious disease that mimics over 360 different inflammatory diseases. Get the best personalized Lyme disease treatment by contacting Envita Medical Centers today

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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 and despite itswidespread recognition – improvement in treatment strategies still must be improved tohelp the ever-increasing numbers of patients suffering with it.Lyme disease is a multi-system condition that often carries multiple co-infections whichrepeatedly interfere with its diagnosis. Known to influence and exacerbate other chronicillnesses, Lyme is often mishandled as patients deal with a variety of symptoms that canmatch those of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.5 Keys to Understanding Chronic Lyme DiseaseEnvita Medical Centers’ Lyme disease protocol has taken roughly a decade to develop– with each facet being fully considered and then added until a full-picture could beseen by our industry leading medical team. What most call Lyme disease, we refer to as“Lyme disease complex” and to successfully address it requires adhering to fiveessential strategies that improve both the approach and end result:Strategy 1 – Chronic Lyme disease always presents more than one infection - always.They can and do include bacterial infections, viral, fungal, and even protozoa.Practitioners who treat Lyme by treating just one infection are doing their patients agreat disservice as they will likely not improve, moreover, grow weary of persistingsymptoms. By treating just one infection one can expect to be drug into the revolvingdoor of Lyme symptoms. Physicians who are not “Lyme literate” typically fail to addressall contributing infections properly and as a result, usually see the day when theircontinuously ill patient seeks help elsewhere.
  2. 2. Strategy 2 – An immune system can be rundown quickly by Lyme’s complex of co-infections. And when the immune system is unable to effectively do its job, newsymptoms can present that often mimic those of other diseases including several auto-immune, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and up to 300 notable others. This canlead to a revolving doorway of misdiagnoses.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 –Infections are a challenge to the immune system on their own, but researchindicates that many of Lyme’s co-infections may actually communicate throughsynergistic mechanisms of replication. Additionally, there is evidence of significant cellsignaling between infections and co-infections furthering the immune system’s ability tofight them off. For example, while one infection is being treated, another may be tippedstimulated, begin to grow, thereby attracting the attention of the immune system. As theimmune’s focus shifts, an opportunity is given the primary infection to re-establish itself.Envita is working overtime to ensure that treatment protocols include multi-infectionapproaches with focused and ongoing immune system reconstitution.Strategy 4 - Biofilm plays an integral role in protecting Lyme’s primary and co-infectionsfrom standard treatments like antibiotics. Envita recommends stripping away biofilm toensure treatment efficacy.Strategy 5 - Lyme infections and its co-infections release neurotoxins that are difficultfor the body to excrete and eliminate because they compete with myriad receptor sitesthroughout the body - including neural and hormonal. This neurotoxin release can andwill disrupt every normal and necessary function bodily function. By making targeteddetoxification a part of Lyme disease’s treatment plan, it makes recovery far moreattainable. That being said, neurotoxins can take long time to remove by means of aprocess that is fairly complex.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 bestprescription is education.