Lyme Disease and Chronic Fatigue

The topic for today is Lyme/chronic fatigue syndrome and generally all of those symptoms that are associated with depletion of energy

Applied Biomagnetic Therapy has had very good results with Lyme disease. A better name for it would be ”Multiple Systematic Infectious Disease Syndrome” (MSIDS).

What is the multi-dimensional medicine approach to Lyme Disease and Chronic Fatigue?

Every input has a respected place in the approach to bringing our clients back to health. Antibiotics play an important role especially when people are very depleted and I have seen examples where people have been able to get out of wheelchairs as a result of antibiotic treatments and other antivirals. However, we do find that that’s a good result but it doesn’t often deliver complete recovery so we need multi-dimensional medicine which adds another dimension.

The other dimension are microbes and we do detect the energy signature of  well-known microbes like Borrelia, Bartonella, Babesia Clostridium and so on in a biomagnetic treatment.

We are 85% microbe so the microbes are an important part of our immune system as a defence in relation to pathogenic microbes.

So that’s why we say that that antibiotic/antiviral treatment with chemical drugs has a role to play but you need another dimension to compliment that and that’s where biomagnetic therapy can play a role. But it is not the only modality that’s important here.  Any kind of energy medicine can play their role.

Nutrition plays a crucial role in the treatment of these kinds of conditions. Acupuncture has been combined with a number of other items including biomagnetic therapy, Kinesiology what has been shown to help is  a multi-dimensional approach to this illness.

Interestingly enough, when I work with people who suffer from Lyme/chronic fatigue conditions what I find is that it’s not the tick bite necessarily that pushes people into chronic fatigue.  We do know that forest workers in Canada all have huge antibodies to Borrelia and Bartonella, and yet they don’t get sick.

I find that family members of people with chronic fatigue and Lyme disease do not get the same symptoms even though they share the same microbes as the family member who does have Lyme disease.

Generally speaking,  microbes that were important at the beginning of life, such as Rubella, Measles, Staphylococcus  have remained pathogenic and because they are pathogenic these seems to set people up to be very vulnerable for tick bites and other insect borne diseases. That is why the forest workers, the people who work with animals  don’t get the symptoms of fatigue because their early childhood microbes are in balance.

There have been cases where Borrelia, Bartonella, Babesia have not needed to be treated because when  the earlier microbes were balanced the person got better. They were able to deal with the later infections very effectively.

Detoxing the body, improving the functioning of the liver, the kidneys and the whole digestive system are crucial.  After all, even if you do take antibiotics you do need a digestive system that can break these down to enable the body to extract the benefit from them.

But often because the liver/kidneys or the digestive system are not working to their full capacity the ability to process these medications is reduced.  Therefore, the antibiotics dosage is increased, and we end up go around and around.  This issue is not that the antibiotics are not working, it is because the body cannot metabolise them.

To summarise, balancing childhood related microbes and a functioning digestive are crucial  for releasing the microbes involved in Lyme disease and Chronic fatigue.