A tick bite can not only infect with Borrelia burgdorferi or TBE viruses, but also one or more of the so-called "Lyme desease co-infections".
- Chlamydia pneumoniae
- Mycoplasma pneumoniae
Special frequency programs have now been developed for these bacteria, which are stored on chipcards. With a Rife machine Diamond Shield, you can easily use these programs at home - with the appropriate chipcards.
Tick Bite Symptoms
The symptoms of Lyme disease do not appear until a few days to weeks after the tick bite. The first early warning sign of a Lyme borreliosis infection is the migratory redness: a reddening of the skin that spreads in a circle around the bite.
DThe pathogens of Lyme disease coinfections have similar symptoms to Lyme disease, but also different symptoms. They can lead to "mixed infections" with borreliosis and one another. In rare cases life-threatening conditions can occur.
According to LINK borreliose-nachrichten.de, "...coinfection leads to a more complicated disease, a wider range of symptoms and a longer recovery time than if only one infection were present alone."
The common symptoms of Lyme disease and its coinfections are similar to influenza:
- joint pain
- muscle aches
- head aches
- fatigue and exhaustion
- diminished memory performance
In addition, the following special symptoms may occur (selection):
- nausea, vomiting.
- liver dysfunction
- Headache (especially neck and back of the head)
- mental crashes
Bartonellosis (cat scratch fever)
- headache in the forehead area
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- muscle tremor, twitching and cramps
- joint pain
- lymphatic inflammation
- Inflammation of the internal organs
- irritation of the throat
- sore throat
- nerve disorders
As with Mycoplasma
Strangely enough, chlamydia and mycoplasma are also found in many Lyme disease patients, although these pathogens do not occur in ticks. Here the tick bite apparently leads to an infection indirectly
(((These diseases are not only transmitted by ticks, but also by mosquitoes, etc.)))
Diagnosis after tick bite
By means of various laboratory diagnostic procedures (blood analysis) it can be determined which pathogens one has.
However, we have heard hundreds of times from customers that one can also suffer from the symptoms although nothing is found in the blood. There are speculations that the pathogens could "hide" in cells like viruses.
Alternatively, there are various bioenergetic test methods such as EAV, pulseast method, kinesiology, tensor, etc.
For animals also
Our pets are particularly often infested by ticks. This is why they suffer comparatively frequently from these diseases. They can also be treated with the zapper and the right frequencies.
Normal medical Lyme disease treatment consists of giving antibiotics. It is important for the doctor to know which pathogens have affected the patient. The choice of antibiotics depends on this.
Note: Many therapists recommend rebuilding the intestinal flora after taking antibiotics. You can do this, for example, with: LINK Mannayan Flor.
You can get vaccinated against the TBE virus/p>
No other animal in our latitudes harbours such a high risk of infection as ticks. Worldwide, they transmit over 200 diseases - more than all mosquitoes combined.
And new species increase the threat. The "Common Woodbuck" is the most common tick species in Germany. In addition, new species are migrating, e.g. the alluvial forest tick.
The distribution areas are also growing continuously. Lyme disease is now widespread almost throughout Germany. Depending on the region, 3-35% of ticks are infected with Borrelia (the main risk areas are South and East Germany). However, only 5% of the stung ticks are infected, mostly with mild symptoms. In severe cases neuroborreliosis with lesions and nerve inflammations occur.
TBE, early summer meningo encephalitis, a viral nervous disease often followed by meningitis, is increasing dramatically and is now even found in northern Germany. In Austria, TBE transmission is higher than in Germany.
Thanks to global warming, the arachnids are now active all year round. One can say: the only spiders we have to be afraid of are ticks.
Protection against ticksn
It was thought that they let themselves fall from trees. But that's not true: they usually sit on the top of grasses or twigs and wait to be "taken along" by a host.
They feed exclusively on blood and stay on their host for up to 10 days. This can be a mouse, a deer, a pet or a human being. They prefer to stay in warm, moist areas of the body, e.g. armpits, hollows of the knee or the genital area.
At these places one should look particularly thoroughly, if one was in nature. It's worth it, because Borrelia or their co-infectious agents only pass into the host body after 12-48 hours. Clothes should be shaken out and washed at 60 degrees.
When going for a walk, you should wear covering, light-coloured clothing so that the ticks do not get directly onto the skin quickly and you can see them well. If you find one, you should grab it with a special tick tong on your mouth parts and pull it out.
(Source: Picture of Science Sept. 2017)