American researchers are reporting an alarming rise in cases of Lyme disease which is caused by tick-born Borrelia bacteria. However, the disease may be mistaken at first for chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, heart disease, lupus, chronic arthritis, or even multiple schlerosis because it presents many of the same symptoms. These include vomiting, debilitating fatigue, headaches, body pains, inability to focus the eyes, loss of balance, and chronic neurological problems.
According to German naturopath Sylvia Brevis, author of an eye-opening book on Borreliosis which she has studied in great depth, the Borrelia bacterium may also lead to miscarriage and birth defects, and has been associated with Non-Hodgkins lymphoma, a form of cancer.
Though some claim that Australia is free tick-borne Borrelia bacterium, there is sufficient research evidence of Lyme disease in Australia.
So if start feeling chronically fatigued, get headaches or migraines, or experience unexplained pain after being in a tick-prone area or an area where there are a lot of mice (which can carry the Borrelia bacterium), tell your health practitioner to test you for Lyme disease. You can also get borreliosis from infected meat.
Fortunately, there is a simple test for Borreliosis, and once diagnosed, the infestation can be easily treated without drugs. To find out more, contact the Renew You Centre for Wellbeing and Longevity at email@example.com