Lyme Disease & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
About Lyme Disease
Increased tick activity combined with unreliable diagnostics and limited treatment options makes diligent tick prevention for the entire family, including pets, of utmost important. The risk of a potentially debilitating tick bite is too great.
Most people with Lyme disease never felt the tick bite, and many do not see a rash. While you may not feel the bite, you may feel the symptoms. Some of the first symptoms may include a flu-like condition, with fever, chills, headache, stiff neck, achiness, and fatigue. Learn more about symptoms here.
WE ARE ALL AT RISK.
Everyone is at risk for Lyme disease, especially if you enjoy outdoor activities. We’re not saying don’t enjoy the great outdoors, just learn how to prevent a tick bite and learn more about tick-borne diseases as a precaution. There are 427,000 new cases of Lyme disease in the U.S. every year. Don’t be one of them. Learn more about Lyme disease here.
*Source: Global Lyme Alliance https://globallymealliance.org/
Low Dose Naltrexone & Lyme Disease
Over the years research has shown that LDN can be effective for patients with autoimmune disorders such as Crohn’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis. We are also working with physicians to incorporate LDN into protocols the utilize to treat Lyme Disease. It has been postulated that immune dysfunction could be a key to treating Chronic Lyme Disease.
Organisms transmitted by the tick may cause a shift in our immune systems (TH1-TH2 shift) causing a decrease in our ability to fight the infection and an increase in inflammation.
*Photo Source: Global Lyme Alliance
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