Best Treatment for Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria transmitted through the bite of infected black-legged ticks. These ticks are also known as deer ticks or bear ticks. Cases of Lyme disease is expected to continue to increase in the United States as the ticks are populating different areas. The CDC estimates about 329,000 cases of Lyme disease occur each year.
An infected tick normally does not transmit the bacteria causing Lyme disease until it has been attached for about 36-48 hours. If you are able to remove the tick before it has become engorged it probably has not been attached long enough to transmit the disease.
Lyme disease can be treated early with antibiotics with good success.
Early symptoms of Lyme Disease may include:
- Joint Pain
- Swollen Lymph nodes
- Skin rash
If Lyme disease is left untreated the bacterium will travel through the bloodstream. Lyme disease is detrimental to the immune system and can affect your health quickly. The infection can then spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system causing symptoms that can be severe. The most common areas to react are the heart, brain, muscles, and joints.
As the Lyme Disease infection progresses, symptoms may include:
- A severe headache or neck stiffness
- Additional rashes
- Arthritis with severe joint pain and swelling
- Loss of muscle tone in face
- Heart palpitations
- Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord
- Shooting pains, numbness or tingling in hand or feet
The more severe, potentially debilitating symptoms may occur weeks, months or even years after a tick bite and become long term health conditions. People with acute Lyme disease that has settled in various tissues or organs of the body often seek the best treatment for Lyme disease to help ease these symptoms.
PEMFs Best Treatment for Lyme Disease is Non-Invasive
One of the major symptoms of Lyme disease and the damage it does is the pain. Patients take narcotics or NSAIDs for pain relief. Unfortunately, these may be addictive and can become hazardous to your health. PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease can help with pain while addressing underlying causes of the pain. PEMF treatment for Lyme disease is safe and easy to use. The best treatment for Lyme disease is non-invasive and is applied while you are fully dressed. Most people find PEMF treatment for Lyme disease to be a relaxing experience. There are no adverse side effects to PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease.
What is PEMF Best Treatment for Lyme Disease
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has been studied for over 40 years and has proven results in reducing inflammation, improving circulation, and reducing pain. PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease works on a cellular level. PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease sends magnetic pulses through the tissue stimulating cellular repair. Passages of the cell membrane are opened, allowing nutrients access into the cells and allowing cells to be able to get rid of waste quicker. Read more about how PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease works on a cellular level here.
Advantages of PEMF Best Treatment for Lyme Disease:
- PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease increases circulation
- PEMFS best treatment for Lyme disease improves oxygenation
- PEMFS best treatment for Lyme disease reduces pain and inflammation
- PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease helps heal soft-tissue wounds
- PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease stimulates the immune system
PEMFs best treatment for Lyme disease has been used throughout Europe for decades to heal bone fractures, treat depression, reduce swelling and pain, promote blood circulation and stimulate the immune system.
Find a Practitioner offering PEMF Best Treatment for Lyme Disease in Your Area
Magna Wave has been offering PEMF devices as the best treatment for Lyme disease for over 10 years to doctors, psychiatrists, chiropractors, naturopaths and veterinarians across the United States. Magna Wave practitioners are all trained and certified in the use of PEMF devices for the best treatment for Lyme disease. Let Magna Wave help you find a practitioner in your area.