How to cope with Lyme Disease and its co-infections | Firefly Acupuncture and Wellness posted on the topic | LinkedIn (2024)

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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month 💚Did you know almost half a million Americans are affected annually by Lyme Disease? Plus, Loudoun County is the #1 county in the US for Lyme disease?!We understand Lyme disease and its many co-infections can be quickly debilitating and, if not treated quickly, can go on to cause many long-term daily challenges.Acute Lyme symptoms typically look like common flu-like symptoms - fever, tiredness, headaches, and muscle aches.BUT when Chronic Lyme develops the long-term symptoms are similar to those of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Often causing autoimmune-like symptoms with inflammation wearing on different body systems such as the nervous system, joints, skin, and the heart as well as disrupting your mental and emotional well-being.Our comprehensive treatment programs combine Acupuncture with other non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical medical solutions, like O3 ReBoot Therapy, to alleviate symptoms, regulate flares, and help put Lyme into remission. Typically our care plans are 5-6 months, allowing time to reset and rebuild and provide pain relief and support throughout the healing journey.Rachal and her team have had remarkable success providing effective relief from Lyme disease and other complex, chronic conditions. We are here to support you! Schedule a consultation by calling us at (703) 263-2142 or visiting our website www.fireflyacuwellness.com.#FireflyAcuandWellness #FireflyAcu #FAW #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth #LymeDisease #IntegrativeMedicalSolutions #AshburnVA #LoudounCounty

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