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Complex Health Issues and Hard-to-Diagnose Conditions: Could It Be Lyme Disease?

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Are you dealing with a complex health issue that you haven’t been able to get a diagnosis for, or simply haven’t had any success in treating from your past and / or current efforts? Dr. Michael Karlfeldt, ND, PhD talks about how many commonly diagnosed conditions such as thyroid disorders, brain fog and neurological conditions can be linked back to Lyme Disease. 

Lyme disease affects 20,000 to 30,000 people annually.

Lyme spirochetes, present in the disease, have been around many years. In the last several decades, these organisms became noticeably more aggressive, penetrating and illness-inducing than previously observed.

Much of this is due to the increased exposure to EMF and environmental toxins and their impact on infectious pathogens. Lyme is a frequently misdiagnosed disease when understanding and determining causes for these chronic conditions. Lyme May Appear as Other Illnesses and is Linked to Neurological and Autoimmune Disease.

Chronic infectious agents disease such as Lyme Disease can cause havoc on our bodies and are complex issues, and they are not something where we can just take a test sometimes, such as the Western Blot or the PCR test and if the results are negative, and we are fine.

So if you are dealing with a number of complex health issues such as brain fog, neurological symptoms, and even something like hypothyroidism can be attributed to conditions such as Lyme Disease. There is a test used at the Karlfeldt Center that can be completed with not a large investment and will provide results to enable the patient to move forward and start effective treatment quickly.

Over the past 20 years, we have helped a lot of people see relief from their Lyme symptoms and disease. We’d love to see if we can help you too!

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Learn More About Natural Lyme Treatments: Treating Lyme with Broad Spectrum Herbals 

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