The federal government likes to put out big numbers… like this one.
Every year, they claim that 300,000 people (pretty much the entire population of Pittsburgh) are DIAGNOSED with Lyme disease.
But here’s the TRUTH… the REAL number of people with Lyme disease is MUCH higher.
See, Lyme disease is spreading across the U.S. like wildfire, but most people simply don’t know they have it.
In fact, there’s a good chance you or someone you love has Lyme RIGHT NOW.
I’ll tell you how to find out if you have Lyme disease – and how to beat it for good.
But first, here’s a closer look at this “silent disease” …
Lyme disease TRICKS mainstream docs
We used to think that Lyme disease was secluded to the Northeast, where I practice.
But a nationwide sample of ticks found Lyme disease in 24 previously unknown states! Their habitat extends from coast to coast.
Worse yet, there are NO safe months.
And a study from Carnegie Mellon says it’s going to get 20% worse thanks to warmer temperatures.
The scariest part? You probably don’t even know you have Lyme disease.
For one thing, ticks are a lot smaller than you think.
Those are the little buggers that spread Lyme disease. They can be as tiny as poppy seeds, so it’s no wonder you could have been bitten and not felt it.
What’s more, Lyme disease is a “chameleon.”
It has many different strains, and even worse, the symptoms manifest in very different ways.
And doctors often get the diagnosis WRONG.
Unless you remember being bit by a tick, or you have a very open-minded doctor, Lyme disease is usually diagnosed as something else.
For example, people with Lyme have been misdiagnosed with:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Crohn’s disease
Now, Lyme disease may present the symptoms of each and every one of those diseases…
But typical treatments WON’T WORK because they’re not addressing the ROOT CAUSE!
How to SPOT and TREAT Lyme disease
Lyme disease is DEADLY serious.
Once you’re infected, it quickly works its way into your most sensitive areas: your heart… brain… digestive tract… and your joints.
The trick is to catch it EARLY.
If you think you’ve been bitten, you see a “bull’s eye” rash, or you feel like you’ve got a really bad case of the flu, get tested for Lyme borrelia.
Antibiotics (in this case) can be particularly effective in the beginning stages.
You’ll also want to follow-up with intravenous vitamin C.
And be sure to keep an open line of communication with your physician. Vitamin C can interact with a drug commonly used for Lyme disease.