What does your toxin load look like and how can you improve it? How is your body handling toxins? Working with a functional medicine practitioner to explore detox pathways and replenish deficiencies can make a big impact on handling your toxic load.
IV Vitamin C infusions, glutathione, and phosphatidylcholine are options for people with Lyme disease and tick borne infections.
Taking a look at your toxic picture, involves a completely honest investigation of your environment – are there toxic social connections, limiting thought patterns, or exposures like mold? This means digging deep and potentially facing uncomfortable changes.
This is where an accountability partner like a health coach can come in to help you shed what you don’t want, really digging deep, so you can make room for what you want.
This article was written by Lyme Support (https://lymesupport.com) – Your Healing Connection. Lyme Support is a support network for people affected by tick borne illnesses. We are your ally on your healing journey and connect you with resources and education so you can find the healing path that works best for you. Lyme Support can refer you to hospitals in Germany and Mexico offering advanced holistic Lyme protocols. We can also provide personalized health coaching using a functional medicine approach.
For anyone struggling with a Lyme-like illness, a hospital that treats the body as a whole can offer a great deal of help. If you’d like more information about these specialized hospitals, we can help schedule you at a hospital and provide education on treatments. We strive to advocate for tick-borne illness by writing articles and speaking at conferences and support groups. Share you story with Lyme Support, where we understand your journey.
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