How PEMF’s help in the fight against Lyme Disease. The first official day of summer has now come and gone and this means people will be outside enjoying the warm weather. Picnics, softball games, hiking and an assortment of other things to do where they have those dreaded ticks.
Lyme Disease is a common tick-borne infection. Ticks are everywhere in temperate areas but can easily be found in grassy and wooded areas, just ask your dog.
The U.S. alone estimates that there are approximately 20,000 cases each year and that’s just the ones that have been diagnosed. That’s the tricky part. If someone told you that they didn’t feel well with the following symptoms (fever, fatigue, headache and muscle and joint pain) what would your diagnosis be? I know what mine would be. So you can see how difficult it is even diagnosing the disease. The one thing I left out that separates this disease from the flu is the bulls-eye like rash that accompanies it.
If left untreated it can rapidly develop into neurological, musculoskeletal or cardiovascular symptoms. From there it could move on to swelling of the joints, neuropathy or encephalopathy.
Some studies have shown that Lyme disease is being misdiagnosed as multiple sclerosis (MS), fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
If you suffer from Lyme disease, and have tried all of the other treatments, its time to try PEMF’s. Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy. PEMF’s have been found effective in reducing pain and inflammation in Lyme disease sufferers and in many cases it has allowed the body to heal itself.