The individual suffers from Lyme sickness when bacteria are transmitted into the body through the bite of an infected 'deer tick'. Lyme results in symptoms such as a rash (shape of bull's eye), weakness, fatigue, fever, cold, body aches and joint swelling, and brief paralysis.
It has been noticed that Lyme infection is curable, however, if you or your doctor fails to diagnose it early, then it might result in health issues such as:
• Memory loss
• Changes in mood or sleep habits
• Difficulty concentrating
• Heart rhythm irregularities
• Cognitive defects, like impaired memory
• Neurological symptoms, like facial palsy and neuropathy
• Lyme arthritis (Chronic joint inflammation), specifically of the knee.
Lyme Illness Treatment
Antibiotics are prescribed by expert doctors for treating Lyme disease, which is likewise the main treatment for Lyme illness. It is viable and all patients recover after this type of treatment. By and large, results may take a long time to appear after the antibiotic treatment is completed.
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However, you need to keep in mind that individuals who recover gradually can't accelerate the process by taking extra antibiotics.
Additionally, it has been observed that in around 10% to 15% of people who are in the early stages of Lyme disease, and if there is a substance discharged by the dying bacteria, then it may cause a short worsening of the symptoms.