You’ve been diagnosed with Lyme disease. Now what?
It can be overwhelming to find a qualified professional who can help bring your body back into balance. With so many options today if can be hard to choose.
But choosing a specialist is not about how pretty their office is or their hours of service. What’s important is to know is how good they are at tackling the root cause of your symptoms.
Lyme disease is not always recognized as a a chronic condition. So it’s important to go beyond the person’s education or medical affiliations. The best practitioner is going to be the one willing to try something different if the current approach isn’t working. Different bodies respond in different ways, so it’s important to have an open mind to your options.
Can working on energy help my Lyme disease?
The acute stage of Lyme disease is typically treated with antibiotics. However, in the chronic stages, there needs to be a more holistic approach.
The blood-brain barrier is a membrane which blocks the passage of certain substances carried in the blood. When trying to restore balance, we want to avoid that blocker and increase the flow in and out of cells. Energy intervention is the best way to do that.
Lyme disease works in mysterious ways. Not everyone will experience the same symptoms, and not all cases are resolved the same way. What works for others may not work for you and vice versa.
Do emotions affect Lyme disease?
One common factor is emotions.
If you can acknowledge and address emotional distress, you can create a better flow of energy. This releases your organs from an imbalanced state.
Often, this emotional link is what prevents a Lyme disease sufferer from achieving their goal of wellness.
Where do you go from here?
Living with Lyme disease can be overwhelming and stressful, unless you take charge of own your journey. Make the decision to be intentional about addressing not only your symptoms, but the root cause.
Make it your top priority to find a professional who is enthusiastic about your case and recognizes your unique needs.
Your body is designed to heal itself. We can help you find the right tools — for your situation.
Take the first step now by calling our office to set up a consultation.