If you have any of these illnesses, ask your doctor to check for this disease...

Volume 6    |    Issue 61

What if autism and Asperger's syndrome weren't just mental disorders? What if anorexia nervosa wasn't just an eating disorder? And what if attention deficit disorder (ADD), antisocial personality, and panic attacks weren't psychiatric problems? What if, instead of these issues being separate health challenges, all of them were caused by the same disease?

While all of these can have individual causes, there's a disease that can mimic every single psychiatric disorder in the Diagnostic Symptoms Manual IV. And that disease, according to the past president of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Paul Fink, is Lyme disease.

But that's not all. Researchers now know that Lyme disease can mimic many other diseases as well. Some of these include Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, Bell's Palsy, schizophrenia, chronic fatigue, heart failure, angina, irregular heart rhythms, fibromyalgia, dermatitis, scleroderma, lupus, sudden deafness, SIDS, chronic pain and many other conditions.

And if that weren't bad enough, there's growing evidence that a tick bite isn't the only way to get Lyme disease. Researchers have found the bacteria that causes Lyme in mosquitos, fleas, and mites. They've also found it in bodily fluids, which could indicate the disease is communicable.

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Because of these findings, many doctors consider Lyme disease to be the fastest growing infectious disease in the world. Many think that one in every 15 people in the U.S. has the disease. But most of them don't even know. The bacteria often doesn't cause symptoms because the body is able to control it. Some can take as long as five years or more to develop symptoms when their immune system becomes compromised. And others aren't aware of it because of the way it can mimic other illnesses.

So what can you do? I think there are three main treatments for Lyme that most doctors miss. The first is a simple herbal extract called Samento. Samento is a TOA-free (TOA are alkaloids that interfere with your immune response) form of cat's claw. It can help correct immune dysfunction, has an anti-microbial effect on spirochetes, and it blocks the Bb's adverse neurotoxic effects on cells, enzymes, and hormones.

The second treatment is ozone therapy. Ozone is a powerful therapy that can kill many different types of infection, including Lyme. This is a doctor administered therapy. For more information, visit http://oxygenhealingtherapies.com/.

Finally, because virtually every Lyme patient has neurotransmitter imbalances, it's important to use a therapy that can correct these imbalances. You can do this by using only a handful of amino acids in the right doses. This will cure every neurotransmitter imbalance there is. You can find these amino acids in Perfect Amino.

Since every case of Lyme is different, you may need other therapies to completely wipe it out. So make sure you're working with a doctor who has successfully treated many cases of Lyme.

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