7 Weird Symptoms of Lyme Disease that You Need to Know

7 Weird Symptoms of Lyme Disease that You Need to Know

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today we’re going to talk about some weird symptoms of Lyme disease that you may need to know about now here’s the problem with Lyme in general when you get a test the antibodies that are developed that show positive on your blood test take several weeks to develop so if you got bit yesterday they’re not going to show up so right there that’s one big problem of identifying if you have it or not now Lyme disease comes from a tick that tick is infected with a certain bacteria it’s called a Spiro Chi because it’s a little spiral it can Barrow in you and it can create a lot of problems that go beyond just your blood it can go into the organs it can create a lot of collateral damage because your immune system is trying to kill it off and there’s all these inflammatory reactions now there’s some classical symptoms fatigue headache joint pain from the collateral damage of your own immune system by the way attacking trying to kill it off chills fever foo like symptoms achiness aching this and the muscles swollen glands and a bullseye rash but only 50% of the time so wherever the chick bit you you’ll see a little white spot with a red ring or like a rash around that now personally I had Lyme I put a link down below so you can get the full story of it and what I did there’s some natural things but I do want to mention this video and that video is not meant to diagnose you or substitute for your medical care just to give you some additional information about some things that you might want to research now the other point I want to bring up is that there are other symptoms that extend this list that you need to know about twitching okay tingling could be in your fingertips it could be in any part of your body tremors okay where you’re you’re actually shaking like this anxiety or mood disorders like depression sleeping problems and even migrating pain where the pain is moving around not any one location it just tends to rotate and by the way these symptoms also can come and go as well so anyway I just want to expand your awareness of Lyme disease so you can look at the big picture and realize that just because you get a blood test a few days later and it shows negative doesn’t mean that you might not have it so check out the video below so you can get the full picture of what I did to address mine line problem thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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In this video, we’re going to cover weird Lyme disease symptoms that you may need to know about. 

What is Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria called a spirochete that digs into the tissue and can get into the blood and organs. It’s transmitted through ticks. One of the big problems that occur with Lyme disease is the inflammation to the body tissues that is caused by the immune system trying to fight off the bacteria.

Classic Lyme Symptoms:

• Fatigue
• Headache
• Joint pain 
• Chills
• Fever
• Flu-like symptoms (aches)
• Swollen glands
• Tick bite rash (bulls-eye rash) 

Over 50% of the time, people don’t have a rash. In fact, some people don’t have many of the symptoms of Lyme disease. Tests for Lyme disease can also give you a false negative. That’s why it’s important to consider the test and all of the symptoms, including these other weird Lyme disease symptoms. 

7 Weird Lyme Disease Symptoms:

1. Twitching
2. Tingling
3. Tremors
4. Anxiety (mood changes)
5. Depression
6. Sleep problems 
7. Migrating pain 

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