Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) is one of the fast growing and most difficult to treat diseases in the world. Lyme patients live a life of chronic pain, with various debilitating conditions that affect the mind and body. These conditions leave patients searching for answers to their various symptoms, but with the lack of proper treatment, they experience little success.

Because Lyme disease symptoms resemble that of so many other diseases (MS, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, CFS, and many more) and because the conventional medical community continues to be misinformed about diagnosis and treatment, stricken patients fail to receive the medical care necessary to restore their health. While the disease seems easy to assess in terms of how one acquires this disease, it could be years before a patient shows a complete set of symptoms.

Chronic pain is a common symptom, but when other symptoms do not rise to the surface immediately it can become difficult to detect. There are many tick borne diseases around the world, but Lyme Disease is on the rise in North America.This bacterial infection is much more than a bite from a tick.This infection can be the reason an individual suffers for many years without knowing what causes it or how to cope with it.

PEMF therapy can be effective in reducing symptoms for those who suffer from Lyme Disease, and can impact the active infection of Lyme Disease. The active infection is the number one factor because it all starts with the organism, the spirochete.

PEMF therapy has been shown to be extremely effective for many with Lyme disease, but please note that PEMF therapy is not a cure.

PEMF therapy can be a wonderful complimentary therapy to your current treatment plan, and should NOT be viewed as a replacement.


The spirochete, a corkscrew type organism is responsible for Lyme Disease, and it is transmitted through bites from the deer tick.

Spirochetes reproduce at a rapid pace and it does not present quickly once it is on the attack. When a tick bite has occurred, it is evident from the bull’s-eye type marking on the skin. This is cause for concern, regardless of one’s age, race, or otherwise. Keep in mind that there are many who suffer from Lyme Disease that did not see this marking on their skin at ANY point in time. This quiet disease can creep in, leaving an individual to wonder why they “feel so badly”.

Chronic pain, feeling feverish, and experiencing flu-like symptoms is all a part of daily life for those who have Lyme Disease. Each individual may experience different symptoms, all based upon where the actual infection settles into the body. The good news is that regardless where the disease lies within the body, PEMF therapy can be helpful.

The medical community has stated the Lyme Disease can affect the following areas of the human body:

  • Brain
  • Heart
  • Lungs
  • Intestinal tract
  • Joins and muscles

There are effects to consider, but this list alone is cause for research on how PEMF’s can improve one’s quality of life when suffering from the infection of Lyme Disease.

PEMF therapy can aid in the following ways for these patients including:

  1. Relieve brain fog
  2. Improve concentration and focus
  3. Improve breathing and circulation
  4. Reduce inflammation, swelling, and pain

These results alone are welcome results for those who cannot get relief from the onslaught of prescription drugs and other therapies used.

Long term antibiotics can be given intravenously for the greatest effect, but the management of symptoms that accompany Lyme Disease has been controversial at best.

Some patients may present with symptoms immediately after recognizing a tick bite, but others may never see that bull’s eye shaped lesion or get treatment for symptoms.

Symptoms may lay dormant for years, causing surprise and frustration to the individual that cannot seem to get relief, or any comfort with pain.

One prominent clue we have on how this therapy FIGHTS back, is via the oxygenation of the body. Studies have shown that when the body maintains a proper level of oxygen cancer cannot survive.

Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, a researcher and assistant professor at University of South Florida, has discussed this in a recent article regarding a study with Navy Seals and the use of a hyperbaric chamber.

The first point of interest for these patients was eating a diet that restricted carbohydrates, ultimately starving cancer cells. The second point of interest, was the use of they hyberbaric chamber to get the toxic effect on those cancer cells.

Knowing that the oxygenation of the body can have such a powerful effect on cancer cells, proves that this therapy can also have a powerful effect on the infection of Lyme Disease. This infection, known as borreliosis, will need initial treatment with antibiotics.

There is certainly a time and place for conventional wisdom and medicine, but some have become immune to the antibiotics. The time period for which these antibiotics can be used is limited, and long-term, patients need more to assist them in living a better quality of life.

What else can PEMF therapy do for those suffering from Lyme Disease?


Giving PEMF therapy a try is easy because it is non-invasive and you can use it in the comfort of your own home. Many devices have been created over the years, and over time the devices have evolved. Now they are easier to use, and generally they come in the form of a mat that can be placed on a flat surface. These devices even include rings, pillows, and other items, making it easier for individuals to get targeted therapy too.

Chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and other medical professionals are now implementing PEMF therapy mats into their practice, allowing patients to try them before making a commitment to purchase. While there are many mats and devices to choose from, it is critical that you take the time to do your research. Those who get the best results are using a PEMF therapy mat every day at least twice daily.

If you have been diagnosed with Lyme Disease, or someone you love has been suffering from Lyme Disease, it’s time to learn more about a PEMF therapy and how it could help slow down or halt the progression of the active infection of Lyme Disease.

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