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Best Post Lyme Disease Therapies to Optimize Recovery

Lyme disease’s dynamic symptomatology is the main reason why many of us inadvertently endure the disease for years before we even realize we have it.

Even if you were “treated” with antibiotics once or multiple times, Lyme disease is a nasty bugger that can linger and wreak all sorts of havoc on your physical and emotional wellbeing. But you know this already. Now that you are here, at the stage where you are recovering from Lyme disease, it is time to optimize your healing process and get your health and life back

Common Challenges Associated with Chronic Lyme Disease 

There’s a pretty straightforward reason why Lyme disease is often referred to as “the Great Imitator.” Once the infection has left the acute stage and has disseminated, it can imitate everything from multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia to chronic fatigue and depression.

Acute and chronic symptoms can include arthritis, migraines, brain fog, numbness in the extremities, sleep disturbances, and debilitating lethargy. Lyme disease can also cause malnutrition due to gastrointestinal problems and low-nutrient absorption and hormonal dysfunctions. 

Recovering from Lyme disease involves supporting and treating the body as a whole as it is a multi-systemic infection. The problem with antibiotics is that they often fail to eliminate the chronic reemergence of symptoms and bring about their own harmful side effects such as immune system imbalance, microbiome disruption, energetic dysfunction, to name a few. Post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome (PTLDS) can last for years. Thanks to the wonderful world of innovative medicine, several therapies can help optimize your recovery post Lyme disease. 

Top 5 Therapies to Promote Healing Post Lyme Disease 

It is important to keep in mind that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to eradicating or recovering from Lyme disease. Since we are each one-of-a-kind, that means our healing journey will also be unique. However, the following five innovative therapies are powerful post-treatment options for optimizing healing and complete recovery.  

Matrix Regeneration Therapy (MRT)

Matrix Regeneration Therapy is a non-invasive procedure aimed at detoxifying the body. It involves a state-of-the-art medical instrument that combines the Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy of cupping with deep current treatment of the tissue and bioresonance therapy.

This three-part therapeutic method improves lymphatic drainage (elimination of toxins), regenerates cells, and promotes general wellbeing. This detoxifying therapy can be applied to all sorts of chronic diseases, including Lyme disease. 

When we are in a toxic state, immune deficiencies, viral contaminations, tumors, skin problems, and depression can manifest. With Lyme disease and all the different challenges associated with this chronic condition, one of the best things you can do to support recovery is to eliminate the toxins in the body. The ultimate goal is to create an internal environment conducive to healing, which the body was naturally designed to do. 

Lymphatic Massage 

Lymphatic massage, also called a lymphatic drainage massage, is a type of bodywork that encourages circulation and stimulation of the lymphatic system. For those who have had a relationship with Lyme disease, muscle pain, joint aches, neuropathy, and other forms of bodily discomfort are like third wheelers.

Through the stimulation of lymphatic drainage, toxins are naturally released and removed. This, in and of itself, helps improve the function of the immune system and reduces inflammation in the body; two key components of optimizing healing and recovery. 

Biomagnetic Therapy 

Also called Terrain Restoration Therapy, Biomagnetic Therapy works using a pair of unique magnets to reestablish cellular milieu (environment) and equalize the body’s pH level. It is critical to our health and survival that our bodies maintain a pH very close to 7.6, which is the alkaline side of neutral. Most complex diseases including cancer are associated with changes in the pH level in the internal organs and with the presence of viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites, toxins, and other harmful factors. Pathogens cannot survive and thrive when the body’s pH is balanced. Bacterial and parasitic infections, in particular, crave a hyper-alkaline or high pH environment. 

So, balance your pH and optimize recovery! 

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Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)

As you know and have felt, Lyme disease affects us on an emotional level as much as it does on a physical level. Living with Lyme is a traumatic experience. It is the source of stress, frustration, depression, and anxiety and can make life’s once simple tasks so difficult. Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) is a psycho-emotional therapy based on the physiological foundations of stress-related responses, as defined by the NYCIM. Emotions can directly affect disease and healing. The goal of NET is to correct imprinted emotional information, which our subconscious mind has been storing and using since the beginning of our life. 

To truly recover from Lyme disease and obtain optimal health, we must heal the mind as much as the body. 

NAET Allergy Elimination Therapy

Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique is a natural and non-invasive method for stimulating the body’s energy pathways and nerve blockages, whereby sensitives and adverse reactions to common allergens are eliminated, along with pathogens and environmental agents.

Combining a number of disciplines like acupressure, nutrition, and kinesiology, NAET can help remove energy blockages, regulate the immune response, and enable the body to use nutrients at the optimal level to support a repairing body. 

Take Control of Your Recovery 

Recovering from Lyme disease and regaining your full physical and emotional health relies on recreating an internal environment that does not support the disease and all of its nefarious sidekicks. Since Lyme disease is a multi-systemic condition, optimizing recovery from such an intruder involves removing toxins, restoring pH, rewiring embedded emotional responses, eliminating sensitives, reducing inflammation, and correcting energetic imbalances.

Your body was designed to self-heal and self-regulate. However, for it to be able to do its job, it needs a supportive environment. Through innovative therapies like the ones discussed above, this is all possible!

Innovative Medicine is a leader in advanced integrative medicine. Our world-renowned clinic, NYCIM treats patients from all parts of the globe with chronic, said to be ‘intractable’ illnesses and sees extraordinary results. Careful curation of all medicines, products, and supplements used at and recommended by IM is an integral part of their processes. As they say “high-quality products = high-quality health.” – Click here to learn more about IM’s curation process and quality standards. 

Disclaimer: The statements made in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products or treatments mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult a licensed medical practitioner for medical advice.

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Meet the Author

Jenn Parker

Originally from Florida, and after ten years of thriving in Costa Rica, Jenn Parker now lives on a small tropical island on the archipelago of Bocas del Toro, Panama. She is an avid surfer, nature photographer, environmental conservationist, traveler, yogi, and self-educated nutritionist and wellness advocate. She has long adhered to a plant-based diet, and full-heartedly believes in the power of nutrition. She has been working full-time as a professional wellness, travel, and lifestyle writer since the start of 2015. Passionate about sharing what she has learned along her journey and through extensive reading and research, she hopes to inspire others to lead a more mindful, environmentally conscious, happy, fulfilled, and healthy lifestyle.
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