Lyme Disease And Its Natural Treatments

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is mainly transmitted by ticks and other insects. The major cause of the disease is usually the black-legged tick, which is a type of deer tick, but, nowadays, other types of ticks, spiders, fleas, and mosquitoes can also spread the disease. The symptoms of the disease include headaches, joint pain, muscle pain, and flu-like symptoms. If the disease is not treated on time, the symptoms can worsen and become a chronic inflammatory response which will be almost similar to an autoimmune disease.

Although you can get Lyme disease from insect bites, the strength of your immune system also determines how your body responds when you are bitten by an insect carrying the bacteria. For this reason, it is very important to strengthen your immunity if you want to prevent and treat the symptoms of Lyme disease. Here are some of the ways you can treat and prevent Lyme disease naturally.

1. Eat Foods That Boost Your Immunity

Proper nutrition

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is crucial when it comes to strengthening your overall immunity. You need to eat foods that boost your immunity and control inflammation. Your body can fight Lyme disease and heal itself better once it’s inflammatory responses are under control. You need to cut down the consumption of refined sugar and grains and consume anti-inflammatory foods such as seeds, nuts, vegetables, probiotics, bone broth, and organic white meat. Consume foods high in antioxidants such as leafy greens, brightly colored vegetables, and different varieties of berries. These foods will not only prevent you from becoming nutritionally deficient but also prevent damage by free radicals.

2. Consume Nutrients That Improve Your Cellular Function

In order to battle Lyme disease, it is important to maintain the health of your cells. The bacteria that cause Lyme disease weaken your immunity by attacking your healthy cells. You have to take the right nutrients which reestablish the health of your cells. Vitamin D reduces the inflammation of your cells and

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boosts immunity. You can either take it in supplement form or you can simply step out and bask in the sunlight for a few minutes. Include a lot of vitamins, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, and turmeric in your diet as they improve your cellular and metabolic function, reduce inflammation, and reduce some of the aches and pains you experience when down with the disease.

3. Stay Away From Molds And Parasites

If you are regularly exposed to molds and parasite, then you may experience Lyme disease symptoms for a long time. You need to make sure your surrounding environment is clean and free from parasites and molds. You can consume probiotics, healthy fats, and oregano, garlic, and wormwood to get rid of internal parasites. Spraying drops of essential oils in different areas of your house is also a good way to ward of external parasites.

4. Reduce Stress

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Stress is not good for your body, whether it is physical or emotional. It can weaken your immune system and can even make the symptoms of Lyme disease worse. Always take some time off to relax and have fun. You can practice deep breathing techniques whenever you feel overly stressed. It is also beneficial to include yoga, exercise, and meditation into your daily routine. Sleep at least 7 to 9 hours each day to reduce overall stress.

If you have pets with fur, make it a point to check their coat for signs of parasites whenever you come back from walks. Some can easily latch on to their fur and enter you home. Make sure to cover yourself well if you are visiting outdoor areas that may have ticks and other parasites.