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Lyme disease isn’t taken quite seriously, but this is the one big mistake many people often make. Lyme disease has the potential to affect your health and lifestyle greatly, and later chronic stages can have severe negative effects on your body.
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dobiepeter on Monday, October 30, 2017, 05:36:34, 3 Weeks Ago, Comments [0]

Are you suffering from Lyme disease? If yes, then you might have started to realise that how much it can affect your body negatively. Lyme disease has so many negative effects on the body that it simply ruins the health and lifestyle of the sufferer.

 

Do you know that Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the world?

 

Lyme ailment is an irresistible sickness. A bacterium known as spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi, is the reason behind the occurrence of this disease.

 

Deer tick or western dark legged tick bite individuals and transfer these bacteria into their bodies. The size of these ticks is somewhat about that of sesame seeds. Lyme infection for the most part occurs in rural and forest areas. Lyme illness is commonly found in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.

 

Some of the symptoms of Lyme infection are:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Chills
  • Stiff neck
  • Muscle pains
  • Joint pains
  • Skin rash named erythema migrans that show up a few weeks after a tick bite. It’s also known as Bull’s eye rash.

 

The bull’s eye rash for the most part begins at the site of the tick bite. Initially it is a little red spot that becomes bigger as the time passes by. The centre of the rash resembles a "bull’s eye" or ring shape. A few people may develop numerous red spots. The rash has a burning sensation and itches as well. However a few people don't have any feeling on their rashes.

 

  • In the later stages, this disease can spread to joints, the heart, and nervous system. It might affect heart beats, which start beating slowly or irregularly.
  • Bell’s palsy (a kind of face drooping condition) indicates that the nervous system is damaged. If proper treatment is not provided, Lyme disease causes joint inflammation (arthritis) and more nervous system issues.
  • Generally, just a single joint, knee for instance, swells and damages. In some cases more than one joint suffers inflammation. In the later stages, Lyme disease causes inconvenience in concentration, memory loss, extreme muscle weakness, numbness and tingling.

 

How To Check Whether You Have Lyme Disease Or Not?

 

The best thing to do in order to determine whether you have Lyme disease or not is to visit a renowned doctor for Lyme disease in Australia. Then, discuss all your signs and symptoms with the expert doctor in detail. The doctor will then make a quick physical diagnosis to check if you’ve a bull’s eye rash on your body or not. It’s important to consider a possible tick bite.

 

The doctor will suggest some lab tests that will help to figure out what’s troubling you and whether you have Lyme disease or not. Remember, a doctor can help you to fight against Lyme illness from ruining your health and life.

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