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Understanding Lyme Disease

Posted by charliemandis in Health on October 30th, 2018

According to experts, the black-legged tick move is increasing rapidly. Initially, it was more prevalent in Northeastern states and the District of Columbia. However, now the picture is gradually changing because the black tick move has now started expanding in southern and western U.S. too. It is also popularly known as deer tick and carries the bacteria that leads to Lyme infection. Let is uncover more about this disease below.

What Lyme disease?

Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria named as Borrelia burgdorferi. They are transmitted to humans by a bite from an infected black legged or we can say deer tick. The tick becomes infected if it comes in contact with infected mice or deer. In order to transmit the infection, the tick has to stay there for around 24 to 48 hours. People suffering from this don’t usually remember anything related to the tick bite.

What are the symptoms of Lyme disease?

If Lyme disease is left untreated, it can produce a huge range of symptoms, depending on the stage of infection.

The early signs and symptoms (between 3 to 30 days) can include chills, fever, headache, muscle and joint pain and swollen lymph nodes. You can also face Erythema migrans rashes. They are very common as they occur among 70 to 80 percent of infected persons. They expand and reach up to or beyond 12 inches. They are warm to touch but are highly painful and itchy.

If left untreated for long, the symptoms of Lyme disease may further intensify. You may suffer from severe headaches, neck stiffness, frequent episodes of dizziness or shortness of breath. You may feel the sensation of numbness or tingling in feet or hands. Other symptoms include multiplying of pain in arthritis, problems with short term memory and pain in muscles, bones, joints and tendons.

How to prevent Lyme disease?

If you want to avoid risk of Lyme disease, you should focus on preventing tick bites. Wear covered clothes like long pants and long-sleeve shirts when you go outdoors. If you have an outdoor area in your space, you should clean wooded areas. Use insect repellents as much as possible and be vigilant. You can also use tweezers to remove ticks.

How to treat Lyme disease?

Lyme disease is best prevented when paid attention to at an early stage, that is somewhere between 14 to 21 days. Homeopathic remedies for Lyme disease are an effective way to recover rapidly. They have numerous herbs for Lyme disease treatment that eliminate your infection and your symptoms improve gradually.

So, if you face any symptom related to Lyme disease, get it treated at the earliest.

Author’s Bio: The author is an ardent writer and this article talks about Lyme disease.

 

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