The Truth About Lyme Disease 

Let me guess. You’ve been diagnosed with Lyme Disease because your doctor has evaluated your symptoms and come to the conclusion (by process of elimination) that it must be Lyme.

But you don’t remember ever being bitten by a tick. You never had the tell-tale circular red rash.

That’s not a surprise. Nobody ever remembers being bitten by a tick. That’s because it didn’t happen. 

Here’s a list of symptoms of Lyme. 

  1. Joint Pain
  2. Headaches
  3. Dizziness
  4. Muscle Pain
  5. Arthritic or Sore Knees
  6. Nerve Pain
  7. Tingling

What do all these symptoms have in common. Well, nothing really. They could apply to anything. 

All the symptoms you are experiencing are vague and could apply to anything.

You’ve Been Sold a Bunch of Lies

Before you can stop all these symptoms, you have to completely change your mind-set about what’s causing them. 

Your doctor’s medical treatment is a complete falsehood.

In actuality, it’s your overactive autonomic nervous system that’s creating all these symptoms. I mean let’s face it. You’re really stressed out right now. Join the club.

If you have any hesitation as to whether Lyme is a disease or just a collection of desperate stress symptoms. Watch this video:

The Truth About Managing Your Lyme Disease

The truth is you don’t have to manage your Lyme because you don’t have Lyme. Yes, in some rare cases, people do get bitten by a tick and get the rash but that didn’t happen to you.

Antibiotics are a waste of time but you already know that.

The 3 Keys To Curing Your “Lyme” disease:

  1. Change your belief - your doctor is wrong. These are just symptoms of stress.
  2. Learn to turn off your continuous sympathetic response and turn on your parasympathetic response.
  3. Reduce your stress level to the point where the symptoms stop.

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Coaching services offered by the Pain Cure Clinic are not intended as medical advice or professional psychotherapy. This is practical knowledge based on experience about how to alternately eliminate chronic pain symptoms caused by psychological factors. Medical or mental health questions or diagnosis  should be directed to your physician or psychologist. The Pain Cure Clinic is not endorsed by or affiliated with Dr. John Sarno. *Individual results will vary.