The Best Of Chronic Lyme Disease Summit

Chronic-lyme-hostDon’t miss The Best Of Chronic Lyme Disease Summit, online and free from April 15 – 21, 2019!

Lyme disease is quickly spreading across the entire globe — 300,000+ people per year contract it — that’s why Dr. Jay Davidson has released his BEST of the BEST interviews from the past 3 years in this epic event for those who suspect or have been diagnosed with Lyme.

—>>Learn more about Lyme disease when you attend this free, online event!

Over 150 symptoms could point to Lyme disease — it’s a present-day epidemic that’s terribly difficult to diagnose, so these experts are here to share their diagnosis and healing protocols.

WHY ATTEND?

Chronic-lyme- symptomThe host, Dr. Jay Davidson, nearly lost his wife to chronic Lyme disease, which prompted him to undergo years of research to help her heal. He’ll share that wisdom with you during this summit.

Did you know? Most individuals who contract Lyme don’t get it from a tick sting.

Spiders, fleas, mosquitoes, deer flies, black flies, horse flies and other insects can transmit it. Deer, birds, cows, horses, other mammals and rodents can also be carriers.

Expert Dr. Ray Stricker says that migratory birds are a big contributor to the worldwide spread of Lyme disease. This explains why it’s found on every continent except Antarctica.

Chronic-lyme-logoOne of the biggest misconceptions of Lyme disease is that it can be easily diagnosed with a bull’s-eye rash. However, many people with this condition develop a different type of rash, or none at all.

30-80% may have some kind of rash. Meaning, 20-70% may not. Patients with Lyme have reported an average of three severe symptoms. Over 74% reported at least one severe, or very severe symptom.

So, why is diagnosing Lyme so difficult? Many of its symptoms occur in other diseases: fatigue, joint pain, cognitive impairment and more. These symptoms often overlap those of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and multiple sclerosis, for example.

There are so many diseases with similar symptoms, most Lyme patients are misdiagnosed at least once before being properly diagnosed.

If Lyme, is not treated early it can become a serious issue. Untreated Lyme can gain a foothold in the body, making it more difficult to remove the spirochetes, and more likely that the disease becomes chronic.

Lyme Disease Has 150 Symptoms

Lyme disease is more common than breast cancer, and it has over 150 different symptoms associated with it.

In other words, it’s really difficult to diagnose. There are so many diseases with similar symptoms, most Lyme patients are misdiagnosed at least once before being properly diagnosed.

So, why is diagnosing Lyme so difficult? Many of its symptoms occur in other diseases: fatigue, joint pain, cognitive impairment and more. These symptoms often overlap those of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and multiple sclerosis, for example.

Fortunately, Dr. Mercola, Dr. Klinghardt, Dr. Todd Watts, Dr. Jill Carnahan, Dr. Horowitz, Dr. Cowden, Dr. Christine Schaffner and others are here to give you the solutions and protocols for diagnosing and healing Lyme.

Chronic-lyme-encoreThese Lyme disease experts will cover it all:

– Symptoms (common and rare!)

– Diagnosis and testing

– Practical at-home health tips

– Healing protocol explanations

– And so much more!

Join me to gain the best secrets and practical strategies for healing at The Best Of Chronic Lyme Disease Summit.

Encore weekend April 27 – 28, 2019.

—>>See you online at this educational summit when you register today!

Thanks

Jimmy.

P.S. When you register for The Best Of Chronic Lyme Disease Summit, you also gain access to Dr. Jay’s powerful eGuide, 5 Things Your Doctor Should Know About Healing Lyme Disease.

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