What is Lyme Disease?
Fatigue, joint pain, headache, cognitive impairment, depression, if you have one or more of these symptoms you may have chronic Lyme disease.
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection usually contracted from ticks. The bacterium responsible for Lyme, orrelia burgdorferi, is also known as the great imitator because of its tendency to mimic other diseases. The infection can attack various systems in the body and symptoms can differ from patient to patient. One of the first indicators of Lyme disease is a bullseye-shaped rash, although, 75% of Lyme patients never recall a tick bite, and an estimated 60% never recall a rash.
The Lyme pandemic is spreading across the globe and no one seems to be paying any attention. Making matters worse, the Infectious Disease Society of America (ISDA) does not even recognize Lyme as a chronic disease, believing that the long-term symptoms are a result of an autoimmune disorder! Patients suffering from Lyme disease can expect a range of symptoms including:
- Flu-like Symptoms
- Joint Pain
- Brain Fog
- Cognitive Impairment
- Severe Fatigue
Seeing that there are 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease in America each year, how can the ISDA say that chronic Lyme isn’t real? Patients are told that their insidious lingering symptoms are a result of an auto-immune condition and that treatment options are limited. Meanwhile, some patients are unable to carry out normal daily function or enjoy activities with loved ones because their symptoms are unbearable.
To make matters worse, patients with Lyme are often misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, and depression. With so much confusion about the disease, it is no wonder patients are suffering long-term with little to no options.
The common protocol for Lyme disease is long-term antibiotic treatment. While short-term improvements from antibiotics are often noticeable, symptoms usually come back. Because long-term antibiotic treatment also wreak havoc on the patient’s immune system, the symptoms often come back worse than before.
If the disease is caught early, antibiotic treatment can be effective. Early symptoms usually include an expanding rash, flu-like symptoms, headache, or others.
Because symptoms don’t show up right away and about 40% of patients never develop a rash, most cases are not caught in time. Antibiotics treatment has a very low success rate for patients who have had Lyme for over a year.
With this said there is still hope for chronic Lyme patients. The BX Protocol™ was founded as an alternative for chronic illness. No more side effects of antibiotic treatment.
Unlike antibiotics, the BX Protocol™ does not harm the immune system but rather upregulates it. We realize that having Lyme disease for a period of time has put a large burden on immune function and the body is in a state of exhaustion. The BX helps give the body a much needed boost in energy production while simultaneously eliminating pathogens.
Does the Bx Protocol™ Work?
Our members have been getting such good results on the BX Protocol™ they are sharing the news on their own social channels. Below is a video from one of our member who had suffered for years before discovering the BX Protocol™. As stated in the video, Delta Institute had no part in the production of this video. The results speak for themselves and our members are shouting the good news from their social media channels.
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