Sunday, 16 June 2013

MMS Update 1 Year & 22 months Today!!!!

Hello all,

Today is the day i have reached 1year & 22 months of taking the MMS to treat the Lyme/Spirochete infection! wow I am almost at the 2 year mark.

It has not been easy in any way, it has taken a lot of will power on my part and it has taken some time to get to this point.

Yes there have been times when I just wanted to give up,there has been times when i have gone through remorse for what I did lose for all those years I had an undiagnosed infection.
I have felt anger and frustration to say the least.

I have been in pain from the affects of dead Spirochete fragments that rest on my joints and cause swelling.

there  have been many regrets about the fact that the infection was not dealt with.

but I do not have any regrets for taking MMS not at all.

I am happy that for once and for all something is been done and i am not a write off anymore i am able to start my life again Ok I am at the halfway mark of my life yes but at least I know the truth now and am able to tell others to prevent the needless suffering.

I want to also show others that 1.MMS is not harmful 2. that there is hope at least not all is lost.
There are many out there that try to berate MMS. I have never said MMS is the be all for treating a Spirochete infection treat it in any way you feel happy with as long as one treats it.

the main thing is to trust your own intuition and follow that rather than listening to negativity and self doubt.

So here am I nearly at the 2 year mark and i am better or rather getting better.

Just do not give up i keep telling myself I have come so far and have had dramatic improvements.

Good luck
Lyme Girl x

*Always consult a LLMD (Lyme Literate Doctor) or your own health care professional.**

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Sunshine, Heat & Lyme

Hello all,

I have not written for a little while because well we have been enjoying the lovely sunshine well the little sun we do get in the UK.

The sun really does make a difference I know many who have been diagnosed with M.S cannot stand the heat or the sun for that matter but we have to remember what Lida Mattman said "Multiple Sclerosis should be renamed Multiple Spirochetes"

Lyme/Spirochetes do not like heat or sun so of course it goes without saying these pesky spirochetes will make it as uncomfortable as possible for the host so the host gets out of the sun or any heat.

I noticed in the past as soon as I used to go in the sun or a sauna or hot bath my skin would become extremely itchy and very uncomfortable and then i would get numbness and electric shock sensations.
It would get so bad I would just dive under the shade or get away from the source of heat a quickly as possible!

 Now after treatment....

Now i know different and I am treating myself killing off the infection the affects of heat and going into the sun are much better I mean I can actually stand it!

No awful painful itching or electric shock sensations my eyes can cope as well unlike before treatment it would feel like I had poured acid into them they would burn and become very uncomfortable and ache.

Yes I can now have hot baths, which is something one should do when treating Lyme/Spirochete infection.
I am certain that when the Spirochete infection is not being treated with antibiotics or MMS or other treatments then yes having Hot baths and saunas could be detrimental as the infection always goes to the weakest areas and will not allow the host to go into the sun or a sauna.
While treating the infection this in turn is weakening the Spirochetes therefore having hot baths and saunas would help further to kill off the infection.

Now I am not 100% sure how people who are suffering with Fybromyalgria or CFS are affected by the sun or heat I can only guess it's like M.S.
I have met a few parents who have mentioned how their own children who have been diagnosed with autism also cannot cope with heat or sun.

The Sun is now my friend!

Yes now the sun and heat are my friends and are now helping me rather than hindering me.
Now i can enjoy both and can now relax when I have a sauna or a hot bath because if i do feel slight tingling or slight itchiness it's the Spirochetes trying to put up a fight but they are weak and will eventually give up the ghost will be no longer in my body all thanks to the MMS!

Lyme Girl x

*Always consult a LLMD (Lyme Literate Doctor) or your own health care professional.**

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Sunday, 9 June 2013

Time & Lyme

Hello all,

I have noticed that with Lyme or Spirochete infection time awareness is totally non existent.
Now could this be down to the part of the brain that helps us to be aware of time the same part that helps our spatial awareness.
All I know is from my experience with Lyme/Spirochete infection and living with others it is a constant daily struggle.

I seemed to be able to get a system where I could have quite a good idea of what the time is and also be able to get to appointments on time.
Some members of my family did not unfortunately, whether it was because they were just bad time keepers or the Lyme exaggerated this part of their personalities.

Not only does Lyme affect every area of our lives but it can really cause havoc on a daily basis, from hour by hour, minute by minute, second by second one really does not get a break does one?

The other way lyme does affect our aspect of Time awareness is well as a child who got bitten at age nine from my perspective before the bite I could tell the time I also understood the 24 hour clock but about 3 months after the bite it was like I suddenly had a sort of clock blindness I could not tell the time at all, I had no concept of time or the 24 hour clock for that matter everyone around me could not understand what was wrong with me they said it was because I was attention seeking!


My children who were obviously born with Lyme/Spirochete infection before they were treated they really had a hard time getting the concept of time or even telling the time.
I am pleased to report now they are being treated they have no problem with the 24 hour clock or telling the time at all their time keeping is impeccable!

Taking the treatment is totally invaluable to enable us all to control the Lyme rather than the Lyme controlling us it certainly does make our lives a whole lot better that's for sure.

Ok MMS is not the most fantastic taste in the world and yes it can get very tiresome to keep on taking it day after day, dealing with the herx's on a daily basis but hey it is so worth it in the long run at least we will get our lives back.

LymeGirl x
 *Always consult a LLMD (Lyme Literate Doctor) or your own health care professional.**

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