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What Does Lyme Disease Do To Your Body
Parkinsons symptoms: Parkinsons disease, when not treated, tends to cause slowing of movements, as if movement is inhibited. This can affect writing, buttoning, or speaking for example. Muscle tone may be increased with passive manipulation. People sometimes feel "frozen" when walking or lying in bed. Many people with Parkinsons have a tremor when the arms are at rest. This ceases with movement however. ...Read more
Multiple imbalances: Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria have the most complex genome of any bacteria & create multiple imbalances.They can infect any organ & prevent that organ from functioning properly & elicit an inflammatory response. They suppress immune function, often opening the door for other infections, produce microbial toxins, create hormonal imbalances etc. See http://ldnr.Us/lyme_disease_pathophysiology.Html. ...Read more
See below: An inflammatory attack on the coverings of nerves in the brain and spinal cord can cause loss of vision, weakness or paralysis, bowel or bladder dysfnctn, numbness or tingling, dizziness or imbalance, fatigue, cognitive and emotional problems, and eventual disability. However, in this day and age, we can treat and control this malady. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gut 1st, then.....: Immune reaction to gluten, causes infl in small bowel, loss of villi, loss of absorption, leads to vitamin and mineral deficiency (calcium, iron, d, others). Causes gas, bloat, cramps, diarrhea, fatigue, weakness. May cause joint, neural, liver, fertility, other abnormalities. Untreated, over time, can increase risk for osteoporosis, lymphoma of bowel, esophageal cancer. ...Read more
Lupus : Lupus is an autoimmune disease (where your immune system attacks your body) that can affect various organs of your body. There are systemic, discoid, drug-induced, and subacute cutanous forms. Check out the lupus foundations website for more details and if you are not seeing a rheumatologist at this time, please consider seeing one if you have been told that you may have lupus. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Research: I can get you started. Most folks have the signs and symptoms of anyone with hyperthyroidism at the beginning. At some point these folks usually develope hypothyroidism and the signs and sympotms of that. Research the signs and symptoms of both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Neuron death: With ad there is an accumulation of abnormal proteins in the brain that result in death of the neurons. Ultimately, this results in an ability to perform even the most basic activities- even to swallow. End stage ad results in a bed bound, non verbal person that can not maintain any independent functions. The most common causes of death are related to infection- pneumonia, urine, bed sores. ...Read more
Weakness, low BP : In addison's disease, one's adrenal glands are not producing enough cortisone, aldosterone, & sex hormones. BP is very low; hr can be fast. Chronic nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea; extreme fatigue & weakness; salt craving; darkening of skin in some places, paleness in others -- the person can look patchy. With hormone replacement therapy, normal life is possible. http://tinyurl.com/4ytupea. ...Read more
Niacin.: Supplementing with 2000-3000mg of flush free Niacin daily can help to control your cholesterol levels quite nicely, even increasing your HDL and converting your LDL to a less harmful subtype. As a negative, Niacin can cause facial flushing and redness so get the flush free variety. And have your liver enzyme values monitored, as they can be affected by Niacin use. ...Read more
Great Question : Meth is toxic to the body. It is a highly addictive substance. The user experiences a high or rush that produces a burst of energy or euphoria similar to acute mania. When it wears off, the user becomes depressed. It can make you paranoid and acutely psychotic. It can cause a heart attack or a stroke. Severe weightloss is common and your teeth rot and fall out. Meth kills the body! Don't do it! ...Read more
Atheroma: Although recent evidence discounts much of a direct link between the gums and the heart, there are many risk factors that are associated. The inflammatory markers whch are produced and cause inflammation in the vessels of the gum tissue, can cause inflammation and arterial damagethroughout the entire body. This creates areas that cholesterol binds to and attributes to atheroma formation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What's the best thing you can do to boost your immune system . I have hypothyroidism and allergies does that mean that my immune is system is low ?
Sort of: Many people are looking for some "magic pill" to "boost their immune system". There is no such pill. However, there is a way to boost your immune system, live a healthy lifestyle. Proper diet, proper sleep- wake cycles, healthy environment, proper exercise are the foundation of good health and good immune health. Any problems with your thyroid gland will affect your immune system health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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