The probiotic yeast Saccharomyces boulardii has been found to prevent pathogenic bacteria like Candida yeasts from adhering to the gut wall. Other beneficial species flourish when probiotics are taken and the healthy bacteria in the gut are replenished.
Lyme can cause long-term damage to our digestive organs in addition to disturbing the natural equilibrium in our stomachs. Adrenal gland deficit is unexpectedly common in Lyme disease patients; when the infection takes its toll on the gut, the body produces less hydrochloric acid
Small intestine hyperpermeability, often known as leaky gut syndrome can occur in Lyme disease. This condition occurs when the gaps between the cells lining the small intestine grow expanded. This permits bacteria and food particles to enter the bloodstream, causing the immune system to release inflammatory cytokines in response.
SIBO is a disorder in which bacteria that ordinarily reside in the large intestine migrate to the small intestine. SIBO's metabolic byproducts alter bowel motions, causing diarrhoea and/or constipation. SIBO can induce discomfort in the intestines as well as in the muscles and joints of the body.
Lyme disease is a bacterial condition that can cause fatigue, skin rash, fever, and joint pain. PEMF is a drug-free and non-invasive treatment option that compliments other therapies and aids the healing process, especially when combined with a healthy diet and regular exercise.
Mitral valve endocarditis (MVE) is a condition in which one or both mitral valve leaflets become infected. It can be caused by a variety of diseases, although the most frequent is bacterial. Lyme Disease causing Mitral Valve Endocarditis is a rare occurrence.
EMFs and mold are two common environmental factors that exacerbate the effects of Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses. People with chronic illnesses, such as PTLDS, are more prone to be affected by EMFs because their biological processes are disrupted.
The majority of people are unaware of the connection between Lyme disease and anxiety or depression. Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, is mostly known to cause arthritis and neurological diseases but can also result in psychiatric symptoms including sadness and anxiety
The principal author of the study, psychiatrist Brian Fallon, MD, MPH, of the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University, said, "It is time to go beyond thinking of Lyme disease as a basic sickness that merely causes a rash." "Lyme illness can cause significant mental health problems in addition to the risk of serious cardiac, rheumatologic, and neurologic problems."
Studies claim Lyme can affect your sexual and reproductive health, particularly if it occurs chronically. Most patients claim a reduction in libido as well as general sexual function. While some claim that their sex desire and sexual function remain normal, others claim that their libido has risen.
About 50 million Americans, largely women, suffer from at least 60 to 100 autoimmune illnesses. Important findings about the links between Lyme disease and autoimmune illnesses have been established by doctors and researchers.
It is uncommon to think about the connection between chronic infections, such Lyme disease, and thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormones. Since hormones affect the immunological response, adequate hormone levels are required. Chronic infections, which worsen hormone levels, make the situation worse by exacerbating the symptoms of Lyme disease. To reduce the symptoms and severity of Lyme disease, thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormone levels should be correctly examined and treated as necessary.
Circulation is impacted by the disorder known as POTS, or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Orthostatic intolerance, or POTS, is a condition in which a person experiences symptoms that worsen when they get out of a seated or lying down position.
Numerous studies have demonstrated a negative correlation between acute infections and the emergence of cancer, however, on the other hand, there is mounting proof that persistent infections may have a considerable impact on the development of cancer.
Lyme disease is frequently misdiagnosed because its symptoms are so similar to those of so many other diseases, both tick-borne and not.