What’s Inside the Lyme Drip?
Have you been diagnosed and treated for Lyme disease? Are you still suffering with neck stiffness, fatigue, fever, arthritis and/or neurological problems? Is chronic Lyme disease affecting your job, health, and family? Stop suffering, perhaps we can help...
Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) is the most prevalent tick-borne infectious disease in the US, often contracted between spring and late summer. Once bitten, the classic sign that infection has occurred is a red "bulls-eye" rash, which usually appears within three days, but may take as many as 30 days to develop. According to recent reports, over 30% of people infected do not develop this rash. Some sources report that this number may be as high as 63%.
Lyme disease can become a chronic condition if left untreated or for those unresponsive to traditional medical treatment. Early detection and treatment is vital to preventing the damaging long-term effects of chronic Lyme disease. Conventional antibiotic therapy may be successful, however if symptoms return, continue, or worsen - consider alternative intravenous treatment options utilizing vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
Vitamins, minerals and amino acids provide the raw materials vital for cells to function correctly. Unfortunately, even a great diet may not translate to proper nutrition at the cellular level due to poor digestion, food sensitivities, inflammation, a weakened immune function or illness. If cells are not healthy, they require nutrients to help them heal. However, if cells are in a weakened condition, they will be unable to transport nutrients. Hence, the need for intravenous vitamin, mineral and amino acid therapy. Intravenous therapy has many advantages over oral therapy, especially with a rapid passage through the body.
At the AIMS Clinic, our team of experts can develop a customized treatment program of vitamins, minerals and amino acids to help restore the chemical balance within the body. This list below is used to support patients with Lyme disease and its related co-infections, but is by no means all-inclusive.
- Vitamin C: Stimulates the production of collagen necessary for connective tissue, tendons and cartilage. Improves the immune function, reduces fever and infections. Has antiviral properties and an anti-inflammatory effect. Vitamin C guards against atherosclerosis.
- NAC: A sulfur containing amino acid, is an excellent detoxifier, as well as a liver and brain protector. It’s a glutathione precursor and increases glutathione in the lungs, liver, kidneys, bone marrow and more.
- Lysine: It is an essential amino acid, which cannot be produced in the body. It stimulates the production of hormones, enzymes and antibodies. It is a natural antibiotic (helps to fights viruses) and helps to build muscle protein.
- Zinc: Is important for the immune system, tissue repair and reduces healing time. It’s a constituent of SOD (superoxide dismutase).
- Folic Acid: It is a water soluble B vitamin, which participates in homocysteine and methionine metabolism. In addition, it may reduce the risk of heart disease and has an anti-inflammatory effect. All B Vitamins stimulate the immune system and red blood cell production. It protects nerves from damage, boosts energy and more.
At the AIMS Clinic, we customize our treatment programs based upon the chemistry and lifestyle of each patient. If you are still suffering with Lyme disease or believe you may have Lyme disease, please call us at (732) 254-5553… why not call now! We understand the frustration associated with the disease and are here to help.