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Lyme disease

An insidious disease of the 21st century. It starts innocently - fatigue, depression, lack of concentration. Over time, it can destroy the entire body.

Untreated or untreated Lyme disease worsens the standard of living, leads to mental and physical disability. It develops slowly, after years we no longer remember what caused our disease, which in its late stage is confused with multiple sclerosis, connective tissue diseases and anxiety-depressive disorders.

The Borrelia spirochete is like a mouse chewing through electrical wiring in your body.

When the bacteria, after the bite, enter the bloodstream, they move with the blood (in a manner similar to white blood cells) throughout the body and get to sensitive tissues where, feeding on them, they destroy them, giving symptoms characteristic of a given "biting" place. If they destroy the nervous tissue, figuratively speaking, the "circuit short" of our body is where these nerves lead.
But that's not all. Spirochetes can spread and hide in different parts of the body. Borrelia spirochetes are located mainly in the connective tissue in: skin, tendons, walls of blood vessels, muscles, brain, glial and nerve cells. They drill into the connective tissue (collagen), destroying it. Connective tissue is our main binder - it is everywhere. That is why the Lyme spirochete can enter any cell, hence the huge variety of Lyme disease symptoms.
Most often, however, the bacteria chooses what we have the weakest, presenting various faces of Lyme disease. Weeks, months or even years later, problems with the brain and nervous system, muscles and joints, heart and circulation, digestion, reproductive system and skin can occur.

So stop by when:

You know there's something wrong with you!

Although you look good, you have normal test results and still feel terrible. This state lasts for many months.

Often even your family does not believe you, and the doctors refer you to a psychologist or psychiatrist.

The symptoms are cyclical,
they pass and come

In most patients, symptoms worsen every 3–4 weeks.

They can spontaneously disappear, only to return after some time - often to a different place.

Symptoms are variable

asymmetrical (on one side)

wandering (once here, once there),
paroxysmal (appear suddenly)

transient (disappear by themselves)

Each subsequent scientific study confirms that
how much we still don't know about her.

Lyme diseaseis a multi-system disease that seems to affect all types of tissues and all organs of the human body. It is a disease that is mild in some and debilitating in others. It can cripple, immobilize or cloud a person's mind. It attacks men, women and children, and even your favorite dog. You can be negative and have the disease, or you can be positive and have no symptoms. Some people develop symptoms within days of being bitten, while others take years to be diagnosed.

Just a few years ago, only 10 percent. of all arachnids carried dangerous tick-borne diseases, including Lyme disease. Today, every third tick is infected with it. Many people with Lyme disease say they have never noticed a tick in their home. There is evidence that not only ticks can infect the Borrelia spirochete, but also other insects and humans. Ticks become infected with the spirochaete when drawing blood from infected animals. During the bite, the tick most often transmits spirochetes in the company of other germs that it has in the saliva or lymph (viruses, bacteria, parasites). We then speak of "Lyme disease co-infections".

Infected people and animals have been found to have spirochetes in various body fluids (blood, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, saliva, milk, semen, sweat), but their ability to infect is then variable. In order to infect another individual, the spirochete must get into his blood, i.e. in these indirect cases (as in the HIV virus) skin cuts, perineal injuries, etc. are needed.

It happens that a person is infected with the spirochete of borrelia from a young age, but it remains hidden as long as the body is strong, active and oxygenated (the bacterium is anaerobic, oxygen interferes with it). As long as we have a functioning immune system, we do not get sick and do not have symptoms of illness. However, these hidden pathogens (often surrounded by a biofilm, which even an antibiotic cannot break) are waiting for a convenient moment of exit, i.e. a decrease in our immunity (usually caused by chronic stress or another disease that destroys the body). 

Classic symptoms:


Early stage


Within 1 to 4 weeks of being bitten, most people have some symptoms of Lyme disease. A circular rash called erythema migrans develops at the site of the bite in about 70% of cases. It grows slowly, reaching up to 30 cm or more. Unfortunately, 30% of cases are asymptomatic in this phase or have other symptoms that can be easily confused or ignored.


It could be:

  • a warm sensation at the site of the bite, but it probably won't be itchy or painful

  • will appear in a completely different place on the body

  • looks like a shooting target

  • it can look different from person to person, especially if you have darker skin.


Some people also report symptoms that can easily be mistaken for a cold or flu at this stage, including:

  • Fever

  • Chills

  • Headache

  • Tiredness

  • Swollen lymph nodes

  • Joint pain

  • Muscle aches



As the infection spreads


If the disease is not treated in its early stages, it can spread to other areas of the body in a few weeks or months, such as:

  • joints

  • Heart

  • The nervous system


You may also have more rashes and periods of pain and weakness in your arms or legs. Other symptoms include:

  • Facial paralysis (Bell's palsy)

  • Headache

  • Poor memory

  • Fast heartbeat

  • Dyspnoea

  • Dizziness

  • Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord


Symptoms of the disease in the late stage


This is the most serious stage of the disease where treatment has either not worked or never started. This usually happens many months after the first bite and it's hard to pin down what was the cause of this condition. Symptoms include:

  • Arthritis, usually in the knees (arthritis)

  • Nerve damage (peripheral nerves)

  • Bewilderment, disorientation, 'fog'

  • Myocarditis and abnormal heartbeat (less common)

In the late phase of the disease (which may occur many months or even years after infection), the following symptoms are additionally observed: chronic atrophic dermatitis, chronic fatigue, hypersensitivity to alcohol, muscle pain, hair loss, visual impairment, hearing impairment, mental disorders and even autoimmune diseases.

However, sometimes it's not that simple:

Despite the lack of specificity of Lyme disease symptoms, however, I notice some recurring features:

  • Good appearance of the patient and correct results of diagnostic tests - despite the terrible feeling. This state can last for many months. Often even the family does not believe the patient, and the doctors refer him to a psychologist or psychiatrist.

  • The cyclicality of symptoms. In most patients, symptoms worsen every 3–4 weeks.

  • Symptoms that follow the "come and disappear" rule are most often:
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              _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_    - wandering (once here, once there),
              _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_    - paroxysmal (appear suddenly),
              _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_    - transient (they can go away spontaneously, to return again after some time - often to a different place).


Visible erythema,
classic symptoms

The matter is simple and clear.

Erythema appeared or   you observed early symptoms of bacteria entering the body. 

You are in the group of 70% of people in whom the infection manifested itself in the first phase.

Blood tests

If Lyme disease is suspected, ELISA and Western Blot tests are recommended approximately 6 weeks after the bite.

Remember to label both IgM and IgG antibodies and at least 3 species of spirochaete: Borrelia afzeli (Ba), Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb), Borrelia garinii (Bg).

You are in the group of 70% - 80% of people whose infection can be determined in two-level laboratory diagnostic tests.

Electromedicine, non-specific symptoms

If you have not been diagnosed with Lyme disease so far and you suspect that your non-specific symptoms may be indicative of this disease, dobody stress test.


The effectiveness of diagnostics using electromedicine methods reaches 95% and thanks to this, it is possible to detect disorders that remain elusive for standard, most popular tests such as blood and urine tests.


The method is completely safe, painless and perfectly tolerated.

Our Therapy

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Holistic consultation and individual adaptation of protocols

At the first meeting, we need to get to know each other. Find out more about the problem, lifestyle and expectations. Consultation is:

  • Holistic, in-depth interview about symptoms,

  • presentation of dietary recommendations,    supplementation, lifestyle

  • adjusting the frequency of treatments,

  • assessment of therapy effectiveness and expectations,

  • overview iverification of contraindications,
    will discuss in detail the so-called Herx phenomena

  • time devoted only to you and answering all your questions.



Frequency therapies on a plasma lamp are a non-invasive method of treatment. During its operation, the generator emits plasma radiation of appropriately adjusted frequency and duration, thanks to which the therapies are conducted. The emission of the lamp affects the structure of pathogens and causes them to vibrate, the so-called deadly resonance, leading to the disintegration of their cells. 


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Cleansing, rebuilding and removing co-infections

If you have not been diagnosed with Lyme disease so far and you suspect that your non-specific symptoms may be indicative of this disease, dobody stress test.


The effectiveness of diagnostics using electromedicine methods reaches 95% and thanks to this, it is possible to detect disorders that remain elusive for standard, most popular tests such as blood and urine tests.


The method is completely safe, painless and perfectly tolerated.

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