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WEBINAR: Lyme Disease - 21st September 2022

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Title: Lyme Disease Webinar
Presenter: Antony Haynes BA (Hons) RNT mBANT
Date: Wednesday 21st September 2022
Time: 12pm – 1:30pm BST (1 hour presentation plus 30 minute live Q&A at the end)
Price: £20+ VAT (50% credited back after live attendance)

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Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia, a spirochete bacteria. It is the most common tick-borne infectious disease in the northern hemisphere and there are multiple strains of the bacteria. Lyme disease is endemic in many parts of the United Kingdom, particularly in woodland or heath-land areas but disease carrying ticks can also be found in cities and gardens.

By far the most common form of transmission of Borrelia is a bite from an infected tick, although it is possible that other biting insects (mosquitoes and spiders) could also transmit Borrelia. Other modes of transmission include congenital transmission from mother to baby.

There are many symptoms associated with Lyme disease but most common are malaise, flu-like symptoms, achiness, cognitive problems, fatigue, stiff neck, numbness and tingling, but there are many more.
There is much unknown about this complex condition and controversy accompanies the subject. Antony sheds light on what lab tests are accurate and helpful to confirm the presence of Borrelia and co-infections and what natural treatments have demonstrated effectiveness.

1. Learn about the naming of Lyme disease, the nature of the disease, its estimated prevalence in the UK and other countries in the world.
2. Learn about 76 symptoms associated with Lyme disease.
3. Learn about possible co-infections that occur alongside Lyme disease and how these can affect health.
4. Learn why current NHS testing of Lyme disease is flawed and how the NHS struggles to meet the demand for adequate diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease (& its co-infections).
5. Learn about accurate and helpful testing of Lyme disease and its co-infections.
6. Learn about the pharmacological treatment of people with Lyme disease.
7. Learn about natural, non-drug treatments of people with Lyme disease and its co-infections.

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