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I just don’t feel good. What can I do?

There exists a disease that is extremely common that people don’t realize they have it. It is the most incorrectly diagnosed malady and is not adequately treated because the medications that are prescribed treat only the symptoms (and they don’t do a very good job of mitigating the ill effects) without addressing the root cause of your not feeling well.

Highly contagious, this disease can be communicated by close contact among individuals or effectively transmitted by an insect bite. Once infected, the patient may demonstrate symptoms that could represent any one of over 300 different diseases while experiencing any one or more of as many symptoms.

I just feel bad what can I do for freedom from pain and suffering?Most families are already living with this aggressive bacterium in their home and it is common for house pets to be carriers of the disease.

The vast array of symptoms covers a wide spectrum; and some of them could have you – or your doctor – questioning one’s sanity. In fact, in many cases, a well-meaning physician might suggest that your symptoms are psychosomatic (imagined).

When looking for a place to settle within the body or a host this smart bug will detect and penetrate one’s weakest link. That’s why it looks so different as it infects and breaks down different living components in each person who has it.

My wife and I were diagnoses with everything from lupus to fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis to celiac disease while stumping the most sophisticated symptom checker.

We sought out traditionally trained doctors as well as those who were natural, allopathic or specialized in neuropathy or homeopathy which made our search for a solid solution even more confusing. We were told that we displayed depression symptoms, symptoms of mono, chronic fatigue syndrome and sciatic nerve pain, while they determined that we suffered from rheumatoid arthritis, lymphoma, trigeminal neuralgia and heart disease, just to name a few.

Little did the professionals know that we both – while experiencing vastly different symptoms – had the same disease.

It is easy for intimate partners to transmit the disease as it can be communicated with as little as a kiss and you don’t necessarily get it from another person, you could be infected by a dog or a cat, or any insect; and it can even survive in the air for a short period of time, like any other airborne disease, though only traveling ten feet or so before dying.

It turns out that I was infected by a mosquito and my wife contracted it from me.
After nine years of suffering from that insect bite, battling known medical science and having jumped through so many hoops, leaving us exhausted, experiencing real pain with little hope of recovery while wondering if were weren’t crazy ourselves.

I was beginning to wonder if I had bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorder, mental illness or any of the other mental disorders.

If you were These are some of the symptoms below:

• Problems with normal thinking processes or stumbling over words
• Lack of concentration and or erratic mood changes
• Feeling tired, wore out, lack of stamina
• Lower back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, heel pain or stiffness of joints or back
• Sudden sharp pains, loss of feeling, tingling sensation in extremities
• Irritable bowel or bladder, stomach pain
• Anxiety, psychological disorders or panic attacks
• Arthritis affecting the knees, legs, ankles, hips, shoulders, elbows, wrist, etc.
• Nerve pain radiating out from the spine, like a pinched nerve
• Numbness in the limbs or facial paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)

It wasn’t until we discovered that we suffered from physiological Borreliosis invasion that we started to treat this bugger that is commonly referred to as Lyme disease. You have likely heard the cries from the media touting that Lyme disease is communicated by a deer tick, but nothing could be further from the truth.

According to Leo Galland, M.D., Lyme disease is extremely stealthy and can masquerade itself as any known malady as it finds places to set up camp in organs, skin, heart, nervous system, joints and muscles, making it extremely difficult to correctly diagnose.

It never occurred to me that I might have had Lyme disease because I had never been bitten by a deer tick at any time.

Once we knew what we were dealing with, the hunt was on for a solution. We tried a great many therapies and interventions with varying degrees of success in an effort to thwart the corkscrew-shaped bacterium Borrelia burqdorferi that was determined to take us out.
Along the way I have met many people who have also struggled to battle this disease who have spent ten to twenty years and thousands of dollars in the battle.

We were so fortunate to be able to find a $25 solution to all those aches and pains.
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