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iHealthTube Featuring: The Best Diet for Lyme Disease and 5 Long-Term Effects Of Lyme Illness

Published on 3/14/2019
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Lyme disease is a difficult condition to diagnose and treat. Dr. Darin Ingels is an expert in the condition, after coming down with it himself. In this segment of his interview, he discusses the best diet to help the body recover from Lyme and why it's helpful compared to other popular diets. [Video and more below]

 

5 Long-Term Effects Of Lyme Illness

 

By: Danica Reynes

 

Although Lyme disease is not uncommon, there are particular long-term negative effects that should be avoided. They include nerve harm, heart disorders, skin irritabilities, inflammation, arthritis and joint discomfort.


Lyme disease is most common among individuals who're in frequent contact with or perhaps have any interaction with animals. In spite of being simple enough to detect, the long-term effects of this specific ailment could be very painful to live with.


Nerve injury


In order to obtain a fundamental understanding of the level of injury and pain that can result from an episode of Lyme illness, you may either use an internet search engine or even acquire information from a Lyme blog. It is greatly believed that one of the most prolonged effects of Lyme ailment is harm to or trouble of the nervous system. A typical symptom which comes with a Lyme illness infection is numbness or perhaps paralysis of various muscles, usually the facial muscles. More serious cases could include complete paralysis if the whole central nervous system of the body is jeopardized.


Heart ailments


Another worrying side effect of Lyme disease is a heart disorder. Considering that the ailment attacks the central nervous system and also major organs in the body, the heart is the most susceptible of all. Affected individuals have endured various problems from inconsistent heartbeats to unusual breathing, and also heart failure in the most unfortunate cases. Due to these stressing problems, patients who are older or have known cardiovascular disease must be thoroughly supervised if they've developed Lyme illness.

 

Epidermis irritabilities


Since the disease flows inside the human bloodstream, another related long-term effect that's not so easily eliminated is skin sensitivity. The early period of the illness begins with a red-colored rash that could become something much nastier and also harder to heal. Sadly, in the later stages of the disease, this allergy becomes far more immune to medications, and stronger anti-biotics might need to be given to be able to have an effect on the sufferer.


Swelling


Directly related to skin illnesses, the swelling of several areas of the body can occur even after a patient has been released from the hospital. Some sufferers have an negative reaction to the infections carried by the illness and are inflicted with severe swelling of their limbs. This can range from mildly irritating to immobilizing pain, and prescription drugs are usually required in order to alleviate the signs and symptoms before the swelling gets more serious.


Arthritis and also joint discomfort


As a consequence of the inflammation that accompanies Lyme ailment, older patients and particularly patients who have not been given early therapy could experience a really bad attack of persistent joint disease. This can also result in irritated joints and also severe joint pain, which need the assistance of strong pain relievers to subdue. As time passes, this can be a persistent problem which shows its ugly head every time the weather takes a cold or perhaps wet turn.


Early treatment is best than cure. Avoid going to sites where you will be exposed to fleas, which could possibly have the illness. However, if treated early, the symptoms of Lyme disease are very manageable, and you'll be able to continue with your life the way you always have.

Written by Danica Reynes.

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