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.
Lyme has been detected in all 50 U.S. states. 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.
Dr. Jay Davidson nearly lost his wife to chronic Lyme disease, which prompted him to undergo years of research to help her heal. He created this guide for you to share with friends, family members, even your doctors.
And, be sure to join us on April 15th for the start of the free, online The Best of Chronic Lyme Disease — over 30 experts here to clear up misinformation and provide protocols, strategies and tips for healing from Lyme.
You can truly get started on better health today!
Paul at ChangeThatMind.com
(Note that ChangeThatMind is an affiliate of HealthTalks Online)
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