Battling Lyme Disease – The Warrior’s Journey

This is a guest article from Triza Schultz.

Just recently, I sat in one of the tranquil rooms at the Longevity Healthcare Center in San Luis Obispo, California, talking with owners Peter J. Muran, MD, and Sandy Muran, PhD, about their mission in partnering with patients on the fairly new concept in the western medical community of addressing the “whole” person in the doctor’s office throughout the healing process – the body, the mind, and the spirit. 

I’ve been winning the battle over Lyme disease for over 10 years.  I was accurately diagnosed in 2005 at the age of 52, by Internist and Lyme Specialist Daniel K. Kinderlehrer, while living in New Mexico.  My case took the slower, hidden route of thyroid and adrenal breakdown which caused several previous doctors to diagnose mild Benign Essential Tremor, Fibromyalgia, and Chronic Fatigue.  Then as the disease progressed untreated, the symptoms morphed into significant neuro-muscular malfunctions and heart fluctuations, which mimicked MS and Parkinson’s diseases, resulting in the inability to walk, being bedridden.

Lyme and its comrades of co-infections are brilliant at mimicking other conditions and diseases.  Left untreated Lyme kills!
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