Lyme disease Can
Affect the Entire Body
Here is just a sample of some possible symptoms and conditions that may be associated with it:
Impaired visual & spatial processing Speech difficulties
Heart problems Knee pain/arthritis
Multiple Sclerosis Migrating joint pain
Chronic Neck Pain, grinding sounds
Muscle pains/twitching Headaches
Excessive fatigue Adrenal Burnout Syndrome
Memory Problems Numbness
Tingling sensations Paralysis
Panic Attacks Mood Swings
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Sleep Problems ADD/ADHD
Chills, sweats and skin flushes
Tremors Bell’s Palsy
Optic neuritis Trouble swallowing
Distortion of smell or taste
Dr. Donald Liebell
D.C., B.C.A.O., B.A.
Licensed by the Virginia Board
of Medicine Since 1993
“Lyme disease can masquerade
as a host of psychiatric ills, confounding doctors and
driving patients to question
their very sanity”
Pamela Weintraub - Senior Editor,
"Lyme - the Great Imitator" - Psychology Today, May/June 2008, Author, "The Cure Unknown - Inside the Lyme Epidecmic"
No Side Effects...
Just Help for People
Who Suffer the
of Lyme Disease
& Other Tick-Triggered Illness (After All Else Has Failed)
“If Lyme disease goes undetected or is not properly treated, problems involving skin, joints, nervous system, and heart may arise."
“Homeopathic remedies may offer an invaluable complementary approach to help the body fight the involved bacteria and its symptoms."
- Nader Soliman, M.D.
– Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Management, Past President of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture
The Liebell Clinic: Chronic Pain
& Wellness Solutions
Donald K. Liebell, D.C., B.C.A.O
477 Viking Drive Suite 170
Virginia Beach VA 23452
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(and by Special Appointment Tues, Sat)
"At first Lyme disease was thought to be mainly an arthritic illness, but it has become clear that some of its most symptoms are neurological and psychiatric."
These symptoms are often persistent and at times resemble chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, and dementia. Neurological symptoms include disturbed sleep, severe
fatigue, headache, shooting and burning pains, and numbness, tingling, and weakness
in various parts of the body...
Meningitis and encephalitis may develop.
Common psychiatric symptoms are irritability, panic attacks, depression, suicidal thoughts, fluctuating moods, and depersonalization.
Less common are mania, paranoia, obsessions, compulsions, and occasionally a disorder that resembles schizophrenia. Cognitive deficits
may also occur: short-term memory loss,
word-finding problems, disorientation,
loss of motivation, and loss of the ability to sustain attention on tasks. Children may
become so restless and have so much difficulty concentrating that they appear to be
developing attention deficit disorder.
Brian A. Fallon M.D., Masters of Public Health,
Harvard Mental Health Letter, October 1995
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