IV Vitamin Therapy for Lyme Disease

Treating chronic Lyme disease with IV Vitamins

Lyme disease caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi can often be very difficult to treat. Many patients who are infected with Lyme disease experience long lasting and agonizing symptoms such as headaches, neck stiffness, joint pain, fatigue, palpitations, dizziness, inflammation, memory problems and more. Many patients do not recall ever getting the tick bite to begin with. Lyme disease affected people of all ages and can at times be misdiagnosed with other medical conditions.

Our IV Vitamin therapy center has been treating patients with chronic fatigue and Lyme disease for a number of years with great success. We have come up with a protocol to combat symptoms of Lyme and help patients recover faster from their present or past infection. In addition to standard treatment of Lyme disease our IV clinic provides a specific regimen of IV Vitamin therapy for Lyme disease which includes varying dosages of vitamin C, glutathione, amino acids, vitamin B6, magnesium, vitamin b12 and more.

Is IV Vitamin therapy for Lyme disease effective?

We have had many patients who suffered from a variety of symptoms see a drastic change in their mood, energy levels, joint pain, sleep and overall health.

Chronic Lyme disease therapy

Untreated Lyme can have long lasting symptoms including neurological, muscle, joint, brain fog and more. Lyme and other infections can cause a stress to the body. Our IV vitamin protocol aims to detox your body and at the same time build your immune system back up. Restoring your immune system to optimal function requires optimal vitamin and amino acid levels.

Deficiencies in Lyme disease

Deficiencies in minerals and amino acids can cause our system to not function properly; replacing these deficiencies restores proper function. Toxin accumulation in our bodies from illnesses and environment also hinder and damage our immune system. Agents such as glutathione aim to trap and detoxify the body of such toxins.

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