Health Fair September 23

I will be signing autographs for my book, Breaking The Autism Code: A Guide for New Parents. Address: 2607 Salem Church Road Fredericksburg, VA 22407 Phone: 540-785-9267   12pm to 4pm I will also make information available about vaccine safety, the safety of diseases, and offer free syringe pens. There is also information about how to file an exemption. Share...

Jesse Colin Young. Lyme survivor Crazy Anxiety and Depression

http://breakingtheautismcode.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/The-Youngbloods-Get-Together-Low-480x360p.mp4   Acting Crazy, and Depression may actually be Lyme. At least according to Jesse Colon Young. You may not know his name, but you know his song. Jesse Colon Young who wrote Come Together in a band called the Youngbloods. The song goes. Everybody get together, try to love one another right now. But people don’t get together for Lyme. The doctors disagree, the tests are not accurate and the people need to treat all the diseases the ticks carry not just Lyme. Jesse says. The blood tests are not very accurate and it also depends on the lab you send them to. A doctor actually has to listen to every symptom you have and that takes time … most doctors don’t have it, what do they put aside for a visit ten-fifteen minutes? We had a Lyme doctor here in South Carolina and they suspended his license, and this happens all over the country. They do that because he’s prescribing long-term aggressive and expensive treatment. One of my antibiotics cost six hundred bucks with insurance. That was an important one for a co-infection, when you’re bitten by the tick you just don’t get Lyme’s, you get other diseases with it, and you’ve kind of got to fight them all at the same time.”   Read the full article here.   Share...

Lyme Tips During Treatment

This is Robin Roberts wearing a picc line covering on her arm. Hers matches her outfit. You either wear the cover, or you wear long sleeves or both. She had a picc for another reason, but it shows you what it looks like. You also could not go swimming or get your arm wet not even to take a shower, or the adhesive to hold the bandage would come off. You don’t realize how much you miss that until you can’t do it. If you want to take a shower, you have to cover your arm in plastic.The doctor said to use a bag, but the bag the newspaper came in fit perfectly on my arm with a little bit of tape. I don’t even read the newspaper, I needed the bag. The reality of Lyme treatment was a picc line, an IV permanently in my arm for 3 years and a nurse coming to change the bandage every week with constant changing of medications. An IV going up to six hours a day. It made me focus on my book. And I did, and that was the good part about it. My treatment was both natural and with conventional treatments. It worked for me. I’m not going to explain it because what worked for me, and what worked for my kids were all different, so Lyme is unique to you. If you are going to through treatment now, I know it feels like it will never end. It will. It’s amazing to take a shower without a bag on your arm. It’s like I have a life again....

Lyme Disease. I feel your pain. Really.

I kept all the information written down to explain what it was like when I had Lyme. This is an excerpt. My energy was so bad, for so long, that I had to think about every tiny step I needed to basically just get ready for the day. There was such intense pain to move, plus the normal crack and crunch of my jaw because I grind my teeth. I grind them so much I would dream that my teeth were falling out, and wake up to make sure they were still there. I could not stand too long to dry my hair, but the dryer didn’t reach the bed and I was forced to stand up. All I can think about when drying my hair, was when do I get to sit again. When I can’t stand any longer, my hair looks good enough and decide to let it stay damp. I need enough energy to get down the stairs and get breakfast. I make it down the stairs to sit down at the table by using the handrail to drag myself down. There is no food waiting for me so I have to get up again to eat because if I don’t the queasy feeling won’t go away. I heat up my food and sit down to eat it. My legs feel like they are going to fall off but I feel some relief when I sit…. If you’re looking for someone who relates to what it’s like to have Lyme, be under that much pain and have intense fatigue, you found me. Imagine this much much...

Start healing yourself now! 

I removed my mercury fillings when I was in my forties. I didn’t know I had Lyme or hypothyroidism until then either. Today I exercise every day whether my body cooperates or not. As a lifelong couch potato, I didn’t know how many things limited my energy because low energy was my normal. Can I do ten push-ups or run a marathon?  I can hold a plank, the top of a push-up, for about two seconds. My goal is one lousy push-up. I can comfortably do a workout with four pound weights, which is good since I started without weights at all. Start with small goals to make yourself feel good, not to please anyone else . My goal is to be pain free. People think there is an age  limit to when you can start your healing. It’s not true. If I can get off the couch, so can you! Share...