Diet Recommendations for Lyme Disease: What to Eat & What to Avoid

Diet Recommendations for Lyme Disease: What to Eat & What to Avoid

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection transferred to humans by a bite of an infected tick. One of the most common symptoms of Lyme disease is a distinctive rash, which usually appears in a bull’s-eye shape. Other symptoms include fever, fatigue, and joint pain....
Ultimate Guide to Understanding Lymes Disease: Symptoms & Recovery

Ultimate Guide to Understanding Lymes Disease: Symptoms & Recovery

What is Lymes Disease, and how is it spread? Lyme disease is from the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. It is transmitted to humans by bites of infected black-legged ticks. It is the usually reported tick-borne illness in the United States, with most cases happening in...
Struggling with Lyme Disease Pain? 5 Tips to Manage Pain

Struggling with Lyme Disease Pain? 5 Tips to Manage Pain

If you are struggling with Lyme disease, one of the most common tick borne infectious diseases, you know how debilitating it can be. Not only is the pain itself frustrating, but it’s also difficult to do everyday tasks or activities that the human body is used...
How to Help Arthritis Pain from Lyme Disease

How to Help Arthritis Pain from Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a serious infection that can cause a number of different symptoms, including arthritis pain. Lyme arthritis is the most common symptom of late-stage Lyme disease and can be extremely painful and debilitating. If you highly suspect you have contracted...
Creating a Wellness & Fitness Routine with Lyme Disease

Creating a Wellness & Fitness Routine with Lyme Disease

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that there are approximately 476,000 people that can get Lyme Disease. If you have Lyme or you know anyone who has the disease, then you understand how this can hinder a lot of activities and plans you want for your...
How Do You Prevent Lyme Disease & Tick Bites?

How Do You Prevent Lyme Disease & Tick Bites?

Lyme disease is a common disease in the United States, with 300,000 people being affected yearly. It is widespread in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, and Massachusetts. Most people who become infected with Lyme disease develop a bullseye rash. Unfortunately,...
Uncommon Signs Of Lyme Disease To Watch Out For

Uncommon Signs Of Lyme Disease To Watch Out For

Your first experience with Lyme disease might be limited to an itchy red rash that pops up around a tick bite after a walk in the woods. What if you overlook that bite until weeks later? What if you don’t get the rash and miss all the other signs of Lyme disease? And...