Lyme disease treatment is critical in the first 24 hours after being biten. If you know about Lyme disease or someone that has it, you have seen first hand how debilitating, long lasting and expensive it can be. Medical bills, loss of work, health and energy can be devastating. But did you know that Lyme disease treatment can prevent, or stopped in the early stages of the disease, or that even after contracting, it can be treated and that serious symptoms can be mitigated?
So how do you “Beat the Bite”? With a powerful, naturally occurring amino acid protein called Thymic Protein A. Tick season carries an especially high risk, particularly in certain areas. Early prevention and treatment can spare suffering and expense. If you think you are at risk for Lyme disease or suspect you have been bitten, keep Thymic Protein A on hand.
Those suffering from Lyme disease might also experience active chronic virus infections like the Herpes related viruses Epstein Barr (EBV) or HHV-6. These infections can lead to neurological complications such as multiple sclerosis, mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, status epilepticus and/or mimic chronic fatigue syndrome. Fortunately, clinical studies found these viruses and infections can be addressed with Thymic Protein A, found in ProBoost. Thymic Protein A prevents the spread of the viral infection and may even stop it in the first 24 hours.
What Is Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that spreads through the human body via the bite of blacklegged ticks. Blacklegged ticks become carriers of the bacteria when they feed on deer or mice that are infected with Lyme disease. These ticks carry the bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi that is present in their systems after they bite and draw blood from infected deer or mice. When infected ticks bite humans, the bacterium is transferred, resulting in Lyme disease.
Since their discovery in the town of Old Lyme, Connecticut in 1975, infected ticks have been found in the northeastern United States, Wisconsin, Minnesota and northern California. Those who live in or frequently visit grassy and heavily wooded areas where blacklegged ticks are found are far more prone to Lyme disease.
How Do You Know When You Are Infected With The Disease?
If you have contracted Lyme disease, the first thing that is noticeable is a rash that resembles a bull’s eye. The tick bite’s rings of redness cause this ‘bull’s eye’. As the infection spreads, you might suffer from fever, headache, muscle and joint aches, stiffness in neck and fatigue. Lyme disease becomes difficult to diagnose if the initial tick bite goes unnoticed.
Moreover, the symptoms are similar to those of flu and are often be confused with viral infections. If left untreated for months, Lyme disease can lead to abnormalities in the joints, heart, and nervous system. Lyme disease has three stages:
- Stage One
- Classic bulls-eye rash (called erythema migraines at the site of the bite)
- Generalized symptoms of fatigue, chills, fever, headache, muscle, joint aches and swollen lymph nodes
- Stage Two – Develops over a few weeks
- Stage 3 – Can develop weeks, months or years after a tick bite
- Intermittent bouts of arthritis
- Severe joint pain and swelling, fibromyalgia like symptoms
- Neurological complaints including numbness or tingling in hands and feet ending with sensory nerve damage, MS like symptoms
- Chronic Fatigue
The good news is the Western Blot assay antibody test is currently a reliable test for Lyme disease.
Connection between Thymic Protein A and Lyme disease treatment
When the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium infects the human body, it attacks the B-lymphocytes and other components of the immune system, which are responsible for creating the antibodies. Thymic Protein A is required to mature the T-cells. These T-cells in turn activate the B-cells that are the anti-viral part of the immune system. White blood cells then attack the virus and bacteria in acute and chronic viral infections. In addition to cold and flu viruses and respiratory and gastrointestinal virus infections, chronic Lyme disease defense requires Thymic Protein A.
ProBoost Direct for Lyme Disease
If you have been bitten by the tick carrying Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium, you may be suffering from Lyme disease. ProBoost can be used to treat acute and chronic viral infections as well as bacterial infection such as chronic Lyme disease. Not only does ProBoost turn on ‘cell mediated immunity,’ it also increases production of antibodies against viruses and bacteria.
Remember, Thymic Protein A prevents the spread of the infection and may even stop it in the first 24 hours. Keep ProBoost on hand with 12 trillion molocules of TPA to knockout Lyme Disease before it takes root! Order now from ProBoost Direct and get free shipping.