Alzheimer’s Misdiagnosed as Lyme Disease

Kris Kristofferson – Kris Kristofferson Lyme Disease Misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s

Lyme disease is associated with the spirochete pathogen, Borrellia Bougdorferi. Bougdorferi is one of many pathogens that often go overlooked that can cause Alzheimer’s as well many other diseases with labeled as a disease with “no known cause”. Or doctors may just say, “it’s your genes.” Well, it is, but something has to trigger and sustain the the genetic presentation. Many times, if not most times, they are pathogens.

Lyme Borrellia Bougdorferi can go under the radar of testing procedures by altering their antigens, often times resulting in a negative test leaving people with a degenerative disease diagnosis such as Alzheimer’s. Or there may be a different pathogen causing the issue that can’t be tested for because they go overlooked as well. Instead a “no known cause” diagnosis is provided, such as “Alzheimer’s, Lupus, Sjorgrens, thyroid disorders, Parkinson’s, MS, Colitis, etc. The list goes on.

Consider an infection and treat it as such. However this needs to be done very skillfully. With Alzheimer’s it takes herbal knowledge from both an Eastern and Western point of view to dissolve amyloid plaques in the brain and kill the pathogens associated with them. However the amyloid plaques and pathogens are in more areas in the body than just the brain, as well, there are commonly more symptoms involved than just memory loss. When they get to the brain, many times they’re everywhere

There are different classifications of infections. When one has one infection going under the radar of the immune system because the pathogen alters its antigens so they can’t be identified, it weakens the body’s energy level allowing more pathogens to invade. This happens all the time. In fact it is one of the big reasons animals and people age and die when they do. It is a common underlying factor of disease. When multiple pathogens infect the body with or without one knowing, it is referred to as “Multiple Systemic Infections Disease Syndrome.”

Different pathogens behave differently in the body and protect themselves in different ways so they can can’t be killed by antibiotics and other forms of treatment. However, the correct use of herbal treatment can help the body get them under control and even eliminate them.

If you understand the different classifications of pathogens and how they behave in relation to how certain herbs work in the body, then you have a recipe for successfully treating people with these infections.

Sure, Alzheimer’s can be caused by different things such as head trauma, environmental exposure, but these things need to be ruled out. As well if there are other symptoms that don’t seem to be associated with Alzheimer’s, such as skin rashes, any kind of auto-immune dysfunction, joint pain, fatigue, headaches, vision loss, ear pain, heart pain, abdominal pain ope other symptoms, them an infection should very well be considered.







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