11 Sep 2019

Lyme Disease And Neurofeedback

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Lyme Disease is an infectious disease caused by a tick bite lasting more than 48 hours. It is estimated that 300,000 people become infected with Lyme Disease every year. Many people don’t know they are infected.

But if it goes untreated, the infection can spread to the joints, the heart and the nervous system. Patients may suffer with severe headaches and neck aches, heart palpitations, facial palsy, and arthritis with severe joint pain. Other symptoms can include depression, anxiety, panic attacks, fatigue and brain fog.

Most of these symptoms can be considered brain related, meaning that the brain is sending the wrong signals to the body as a result of the infection. The good news is that a brain based approach to lyme disease may provide the best option for recovery. This includes neurofeedback.

Neurofeedback is a brain based therapy that helps the brain re-establish proper neural connections that have been shut off as a result of illness, injury or infection. Inside the brain are billions of neurons that “talk” to each other through electrical activity. However, these neurons can stop transmitting directly when disrupted. Neurofeedback helps the brain make these connections again by monitoring brainwave activity and guiding the brain where needed to help neurons connect with each other properly. This process is called neuroplasticity, or the ability of the brain to form and reorganize synaptic connections following injury or infection. Over time these connections can be repaired, helping the body as well overcome the bacterial infection caused by a tick bite. Compared to medications, neurofeedback may be a permanent solution for lyme disease related symptoms. We encourage you to learn more about it and how neurofeedback may help.


If you live in the Fort Wayne area and are having some of the problems listed above, come in for a non-invasive brain scan. This revolutionary tool can identify most problems in the brain in less than 30 minutes.

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