Lyme disease is notoriously difficult to treat, and conventional approaches often fall short of the mark. The first challenge with this condition is getting an accurate diagnosis. Symptoms are often misdiagnosed as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, fibromyalgia, and other conditions. Successfully treating Lyme disease can require an ongoing effort with a multidisciplinary approach.
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Start with prevention
I don’t know anyone dealing with Lyme disease who doesn’t wish they had 1) Been more vigilant with avoiding ticks when out in nature and/or; 2) Not lived in an area where deer were often in their yard.
If you like walks in the woods, or share your living space with deer (as I do), this article offers ideas and resources on how to avoid the dreaded deer tick and resources on how to heal from Lyme disease.