How The ACT Program Helps People With Lyme Disease.

Upon registering for our Lyme disease program, we will ask you to complete our health forms, which provide us with valuable insight into symptoms you’d like to address, any previous trauma, and your childhood history. Many people come to us with suffering from a variety of symptoms; Lyme affects different people in different ways. We’ve seen: Joint or muscle pain, vision disturbances, trouble sleeping, anxiety, depression, skin rashes, brain fog, digestive issues, tremors, dizziness, memory loss, and cognitive changes, among other symptoms.

Our once-weekly training program is done from the comfort of your own home. You will call us via phone or Skype (if you live outside the U.S.) at the scheduled time for a class call, where you’ll periodically speak to Gary Blier and listen to training codes being read at the end of the call.

In response to the training codes, your body should initiate corrective behaviors and begin ceasing over-and-under reactions, which the medical community has identified as the major causes of inflammation and symptoms.

During the 24 to 72 hours after completing your weekly training, we ask that you closely monitor how your body responds and email us a progress report to inform us of any reductions in symptoms that occurred from doing the most current training code set. The progress report will also provide us with critical clues to help us determine the upcoming week’s training codes.

We want you to be satisfied with the changes you see in your health as a result of doing our program, which is why we offer a risk-free money back guarantee for the first month you’re in our program. You can get a full refund if you aren’t convinced that we are onto something valuable for your health – we promise, there’s no catch!



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