By Constance A. Bean, Lesley Ann Fein
Greater than 30 years after it used to be first clinically determined, Lyme sickness continues to be one among our such a lot misunderstood health problems. This usually misdiagnosed an infection is spreading at an alarming fee and, if now not taken care of early, could cause debilitating symptoms. greater than 1.7 million humans within the usa, and so on in Europe and Asia, presently have Lyme and are unaware or can't locate the correct remedy. eventually, Beating Lyme deals those that fight with it the suggestions to get the assistance they wish. A revered health and wellbeing writer and educator, Constance Bean is an expert in this elusive disorder. In 1993 she used to be clinically determined with Lyme and has spent the prior 14 years studying its remedies and diagnoses. In Beating Lyme readers will locate comforting, hard-won suggestion on such subject matters as: • what Lyme is and the way to acknowledge the indicators • what to do after a tick chew • the best way to guard friends and family • the best way to get the easiest therapy and what to do if coverage won't disguise it • dwelling with long term Lyme sickness Compassionate and punctiliously researched, this can be a e-book that might support either medical professionals and sufferers comprehend and overcome this advanced ailment.
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