About Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is usually transferred by ticks but studies show that one can also be infected by other insects like spiders or mosquito. An infection with Lyme disease causes a rash, often in a bull’s eye pattern and flu-like symptoms. Joint pain and weakness in the limbs also can occur.
Most people with Lyme disease recover completely with appropriate antibiotic treatment but for those who develop syndromes after their infection is treated, often their only option is to hold the symptoms at bay with traditional medication. Still, many experience a worsening of the symptoms.
THE LYME MAGNETIC PROTOCOL (LMP)
Lyme Disease many a times does not come alone. Other pathogens tend to invade the already weakened system and add to the often debilitating symptoms. This is one of the reasons why Lyme Disease and accompanying co-infections can show different symptoms in different people.
Because of these complications Lyme Disease requires an investigative, assertive and holistic approach. The Lyme Magnetic Protocol (LMP) follows an intentional sequencing order to address not only the Lyme pathogens but also the multiple co-infections by using the Biomagnetism Method.
The Biomagnetism Method is insofar successful as it has an effect on pathogens even if they have become resistant to allopathic drugs. It also supports the body in restoring tissues and balancing the glandular functions.
Usually clients experience an improvement after several sessions but it is important to note that the Protocol must be completed in full to be considered successful and effective. Do not try to take short-cuts in your healing process!
Depending on how long a person has been suffering from Lyme disease the therapy takes usually 7-10 sessions to address Lyme and all the co-infections. In some particularly challenging cases the therapy may require more than 10 sessions.
Because Lyme disease can show different symptoms due to different co-infections the range of sessions required varies.
Initial therapy may need to take place every 5-7 days and as the therapy progresses clients generally come back after 10-14 days.
In this time it is of the utmost importance to give your body enough rest to recover! An overstressed lifestyle has especially significant implications with Lyme disease.