New Lyme Disease Book Reveals the Often-Missed Underlying Causes of Illness in People with Tick-Borne Infections

Top doctors are finding that people with Lyme disease have many other co-morbid health problems which, if not dealt with, can delay or prevent a full recovery. This new book is your roadmap for healing from these related conditions.

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...while infections are sometimes the primary, or principal, cause of disease in people with Borreliosis and co-infections, other conditions are often just as important, if not more so, in the overall symptom picture...

Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 11, 2012

A new book, Beyond Lyme Disease: Healing the Underlying Causes of Chronic Illness in People with Borreliosis and Co-Infections, provides doctors and patients with current, cutting-edge information on the causes of chronic illness in people with Lyme disease, besides Borreliosis and other tick-borne infections.

Learn more about the book here:
http://www.lymebook.com/beyond-lyme-connie-strasheim

While infections are sometimes the primary, or principal, cause of disease in people with Borreliosis and co-infections, other conditions are often just as important, if not more so, in the overall symptom picture. Beyond Lyme Disease describes these conditions, how to treat them, and why treating them is essential for a full recovery from chronic illness.

Until recently, the co-morbid conditions found in people with chronic Lyme disease have been assumed by many health care practitioners to be the direct result of tick-borne infections. Yet tick-borne infections are just one component of the multi-system, multi-symptom illness labeled Lyme disease.

The causative factors of disease described in Beyond Lyme Disease include:

-adrenal fatigue and hypothyroidism
-nutrient deficiencies and toxic food
-electromagnetic pollution
-pyroluria and heavy metal toxicity
-mold and biotoxin illness
-parasites
-gastrointestinal dysfunction
-emotional trauma and depression

Learn more about the book here:
http://www.lymebook.com/beyond-lyme-connie-strasheim

Other conditions mentioned in Beyond Lyme Disease include Candida (and other types of fungal overgrowth), opportunistic infections, foci infections in the mouth, environmental toxins and structural problems. The Appendix provides an overview of updated treatment guidelines for treating chronic Lyme disease, which are based upon the author’s notes from 2010-2011 Lyme disease conferences.

For those who have been recently diagnosed with Lyme disease or who haven’t been healed by doing antimicrobial treatments alone, Beyond Lyme Disease: Healing the Underlying Causes of Chronic Illness in People with Borreliosis and Co-Infections, provides new answers and solutions for healing, which go beyond infectious treatment guidelines.

About The Author
Beyond Lyme Disease: Healing the Underlying Causes of Chronic Illness in People with Borreliosis and Co-Infections was written by Connie Strasheim, a Lyme disease sufferer and health care researcher. She is the author of five books on holistic healing, including the bestselling, Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment: 13 Lyme-Literate Health Care Practitioners Share Their Healing Strategies, a doctor interview book that describes Lyme disease treatment strategies from the perspective of thirteen Lyme-literate physicians. Ms. Strasheim wrote Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment when she realized that more information on how to treat chronic Lyme was sorely needed from the experts who treat Lyme patients. She is also an editor and podcast interviewer for the Alternative Cancer Research Institute. Ms. Strasheim lives in Denver, Colorado and is available for phone, on-line, and in-person interviews.

Availability
The book is available for $29.95 and can be purchased at: http://www.lymebook.com. It is published by BioMed Publishing Group, phone: 530.573.0190.


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