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Many of our clients come to ACT in their search for an end to their Lyme disease symptoms. Often before they made it to us, they were prescribed antibiotics to treat Lyme. They have also sought out answers from herbal medicine. Both of these tactics are strong weapons in the fight against Lyme and can eradicate symptoms and bring a patient back to normal health.
Other times, these methods don’t work. Symptoms worsen, affecting the person’s ability to walk, talk, and think clearly. This can go on for months and even years. This happens often enough that it has a name and a diagnosis: chronic Lyme disease.
Chronic Lyme disease shows up after antibiotics fail. Despite this, doctors will often prescribe a different antibiotic or long-term antibiotic use for Lyme in response. Our work with thousands of ACT clients has shown—and Gary’s 20+ years in this field have proven—that antibiotics are in no way a cure-all for chronic Lyme disease. At best, they are a stopgap.
We will show you the two main reasons antibiotics do not always work (they are also the same reasons herbal medicines are ineffective). We’ll share the potential impact of both short-term and long-term antibiotic treatments for Lyme disease. Finally, we will introduce you to our drug-free ACT approach to dealing with Lyme. Our method can help your own immune system overcome the pathogens of Lyme disease without the need for antibiotics. It also teaches the brain, the mind’s computer, to communicate effectively with the body and help the body to heal itself with or without antibiotics.
We tend to think of Lyme disease as limited to the Northeastern corner of the country, but it appears in many other regions as well. Around 30,000 cases are reported to the CDC each year.
However, total numbers are estimated to be significantly higher by the medical community. This is because a Lyme diagnosis can be tough to achieve: “In order for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to recognize a Lyme case for surveillance purposes, there must be ‘objective’ findings, such as positive blood tests, Bell’s palsy, or joint swelling (even though Lyme blood tests are unreliable and the CDC’s accepted ‘objective’ indicators are not common).”
Symptoms of early Lyme appear in a myriad of ways and often in no particular order. Some people find the site of a tick bite, while others never know they were bitten. Symptoms can range from mild and slow to appear to immediate and traumatic. One of the reasons for the variation is that the Lyme bacteria attack each person’s weaker areas, and those weaknesses vary from individual to individual.
Chronic Lyme is often diagnosed after someone does not respond to antibiotics and symptoms become more severe. The issues below are painful and disruptive. They affect cognition, daily activities, sleep, and our overall sense of well-being.
One survey from Lymedisease.org shows that “Patients with chronic Lyme disease reported an average of three severe or very severe symptoms, with 74 percent reporting at least one symptom as severe or very severe.”
There are two primary reasons:
Bacteria is just one source for Lyme disease. It can also be caused by other pathogens, or microbes. These include viruses, parasites, candida, mold, fungus, and even worms. Until each pathogen is attacked and killed, symptoms will not stop. If your course of antibiotics ends and pathogens are still hiding in your fat or another area the drugs cannot reach, symptoms will not stop. And even if antibiotics kill off the bacteria causing Lyme, other pathogens can continue to make you sick, and your symptoms will not stop. In fact, they may multiply significantly and make you feel worse than ever before.
ACT has worked with several thousand clients who needed assistance in dealing with their chronic Lyme disease. Some sign on after taking antibiotics for years or even decades.
According to the CDC, this method for fighting Lyme is growing in popularity but comes with many risks. A single dose of antibiotics wipes out the good bacteria in your intestines and can severely deplete your gut microbiome. These issues are connected to cancer and cardiovascular problems later in life.
Long-term antibiotic use may be even more harmful to your health. Women, in particular, may live shorter lives due to prolonged antibiotic use. It is also connected to antibiotic resistance and an increased vulnerability to Clostridium difficile colitis, also known as C Diff.
It’s important to add that the antibiotics used to treat Lyme disease are not the only problematic treatment out there. Sufferers also tend to turn to herbal medicine and natural remedies, particularly when traditional medications do not alleviate discomfort.
Any herbal supplement, however, runs into the same limitations as antibiotics. They are also ingested through the stomach, going only where the blood goes. This leaves 15 – 20 percent of the body untouched, allowing pathogens to hide away and repopulate.
ACT’s approach to wellness begins with our weekly classes led by founder Gary Blier. You can attend via phone or video chat from anywhere that is comfortable to you.
In your first session, Gary will introduce you to ACT’s proprietary codes. These codes are customized for your symptoms. They are designed to direct the brain toward the area or function where a change in cellular behavior is needed. For example, if a client struggles with Hashimoto’s disease, some codes will be directed to the thyroid.
The theory behind the codes is that the brain must be made aware of an issue in order to make changes. These codes change the brain’s awareness and the information it receives so that it can instruct the body to respond properly to pathogens. Again, each individual is different; but there is an overall factor that ACT clients have in common: something—often something emotional—is keeping their brain from identifying the issue and dealing with it.
During the class, when Gary is working with each person in turn, he asks the person to touch the location on the body where symptoms are made manifest. That is where the pathogen lives. Gary asks the person—and the person’s body via muscle testing (kinesthiology)—relevant questions regarding that symptom, pain, and blockage. The answers Gary gets enable him to identify where the body’s immune system needs support and to select the appropriate codes for the person.
Clients are also asked to look at photos of various pathogens on Google Images to further increase awareness of the problem for the brain. Finally, sessions will also include visualization exercises help a client picture their own cells activating and killing pathogens, sending correct behavioral instructions directly into their own bodies.
The bottom line is that Lyme disease can only be wiped out from the body when all pathogens causing symptoms are eradicated. We believe this can only be done by enabling the body’s own resources.
If you have chronic Lyme disease, your body is doing one of two things:
Overreacting: In this case, symptoms are caused by the cells of the body not performing properly. Wheat can be a trigger for people with celiac issues. Pollen or a bee sting can trigger allergies. Mild to severe reactions can take place.
The substance itself is not what is causing symptoms. After all, millions of people breathe in ragweed or pet dander without a problem. Those who do react are experiencing an overreaction of the cells.
Underreacting: An underreaction is caused once again by the cells of the body, except this time, they are underperforming. They do not respond adequately, allowing a pathogen to live, thrive, and multiply inside the body.
Reacting properly neutralizes pathogens and eradicates symptoms.
Just as every person has a different experience with Lyme disease, your journey with ACT will also be unique. If you are currently on an antibiotics course or another treatment ordered by your doctor, we ask that you use ACT in tandem.
We invite you to join a class and try the ACT method for free. Attend from the comfort of your own home, with no need to travel. You can also watch some amazing testimonials and read more about alternative therapy options to antibiotics for Lyme here. Antibiotics were not the answer you were looking for in your quest to rid yourself of Lyme disease. ACT may prove to be a better, more natural fit, as you take advantage of your body’s ability to heal itself.
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