Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is often overlooked when patients experience symptoms related to the particular disease, yet many people live with the disease without even knowing about it. The disease was first classified as “Lyme arthritis” in 1977, but, later on, it was discovered that the condition is a type of bacterial infection that causes a variety of symptoms that may seem like arthritis, which is an excellent example of how the symptoms caused by this disease is often thought to be caused by another disease.
In 2015, almost 30,000 new cases of Lyme disease was diagnosed in the United States alone – and this only accounts for cases that were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is estimated that the number of Lyme disease cases reached a significant number however, as not all cases are officially reported.
What Symptoms Does Lyme Disease Cause?
Being educated about the symptoms of Lyme disease is the first step to take towards realizing whether this particular disease might be what is causing issues to arise in a particular patient, and to assist with a more accurate diagnosis when certain symptoms are reported. Mayo Clinic explains that every person will not experience the exact same symptoms, and that the symptoms of Lyme disease tends to develop in certain stages.
When a patient has been bitten by a tick, it is important not to immediately consider Lyme disease as a possibility, but to still look out for symptoms. A red bump should appear at the spot where the patient was bitten, but this bump should go away in just a few days. If additional symptoms start to develop, however, then the patient should be concerned.
At an early stage, a rash may develop. Such a rash often looks like a bull’s eye. In some cases, the rash may become as large as 30 centimeters. It may take up to 30 days for the rash to develop. Symptoms associated with flu, such as fatigue, headaches, chills and fever are also common early symptoms.
If the problem goes untreated, it may develop into a more serious problem, which might cause erythema migrans to develop on the patient’s body. Joint pain is a particularly common and troublesome disease – this is why the disease was first referred to as Lyme arthritis. The membranes around the brain may also become inflamed, which may cause neurological symptoms.
The Role Of Bioresonance Therapy And Rife Technology In Lyme Disease
Rife technology, according to RifeMachine.com, refers to any particular device that utilizes frequencies of the human body – by reading frequencies and then delivering frequencies back to the body. Bioresonance therapy is a technique that utilizes this type of technology to heal the body by utilizing electromagnetic waves.
With the use of a device that is equipped with this technology, medical experts can now send certain frequencies into a patient’s body and then obtain detailed information from the patient’s body by delivering the frequencies that are sent back by the body to a bicom device. The bicom device is then able to identify any obstructions in the frequencies that are delivered as an input to the device and, by doing so, the device is able to determine what problems the patient’s body has that might be causing the symptoms they are experiencing.
Lyme disease is a particular disease that is often diagnosed amongst patients with Bioresonance devices. The disease seems to be present amongst a much larger population group than originally thought; thus now produces a call for concern amongst the general population as symptoms can gradually become more severe. When symptoms become more severe, the disease becomes harder to treat.
Bioresonance devices are not only effective in allowing medical professionals to diagnose Lyme disease amongst patients, but also poses as a way in which the disease can be treated effectively. The fact that this technology utilizes the body’s own frequencies to put the body into a “healing mode” causes the body to target the infectious bacteria that has inhabited the body and destroy these bacteria – often without the need for additional medication, which may lead to the development of some unpleasant symptoms.
For this reason, more research is now being conducted on the use of Rife technology and Bioresonance therapy, since these devices now poses as an excellent alternative to conventional remedies and also offers a more accurate diagnosis of Lyme disease – and the ability to identify underlying causes of troublesome symptoms.
Fatigue, headaches, joint pain and many other symptoms present in the human body may be caused by Lyme disease, an underlying factor that causes problems to develop in many patients without them knowing that this particular infection is what the source of their symptoms. Rife technology, including the use of bioresonance therapy, now poses as an effective way for patients to identify whether it could be Lyme disease causing their symptoms and to deal with this particular issue appropriately.