How neural therapy can benefit an individual with Lyme disease?


Individuals suffering from Lyme Disease often have a myriad of symptoms to deal with – from pain, to digestive issues, to increase the total toxic burden. Science has shown us that there is more than one way to heal from any condition rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. One piece of the puzzle to consider on the road to better health with Lyme Disease is neural therapy. It can be the key to optimizing symptom-relief and gaining resilience.

 

What is an Interference Field?

In order to understand how neural therapy can benefit a chronically-ill patient, first it is important to understand what neural therapies are needed. An interference field is a local tissue irritation that can cause inflammation either locally or systemically by altering the autonomic nervous system. In other words, the interference field can interrupt the energy flow from cells throughout the entire body. When this happens, symptoms like pain, depression, anger, low energy, etc, can occur.

 

There are different types of interference fields. The most common are scars, somatic dysfunction, organ interference fields, and teeth. Scars are interference fields for which neural therapy is most commonly used. In general, they are easy to identify and treat.

 

Somatic dysfunction refers to a local mechanical disturbance (for example, an inability to bend the knee or elbow effectively).

An organ can also be identified as an interference field. For example, if you constantly suffer from pneumonia, your lungs may be an interference field that needs to be treated.

 

Finally, teeth can be an overlooked interference field because it is common for patients not to feel any problems in the mouth or teeth. However, problem areas in the teeth can cause problems in other areas of the body. For example, one’s root canal could cause a problem in their breast.

 

Why Does It Matter if the Autonomic Nervous System is Affected?

The Autonomic Nervous System (or ANS) is responsible for regulating the following:

  • Blood Pressure

  • Heart and Breathing Rates

  • Body Temperature

  • Digestion

  • Metabolism

  • The balance of water and electrolytes

  • The production of bodily fluids (saliva, sweat, and tears)

  • Urination

  • Defecation

  • Sexual Response

 

Since the ANS is responsible for so many important functions within the body, it is obvious that a therapeutic plan be put in place to protect it. Since an interference field can disrupt the delicate balance of the ANS, it must be addressed to reduce the many symptoms a Lyme patient can experience.

 

How Can Neural Therapy Help?

An interference field can be effectively treated when diluted procaine is injected into the site. This is called neural therapy. Procaine is a local anaesthetic. However, when used in neural therapies, it helps a diseased cell to reach the status of a healthy cell. When diluted procaine is injected, it hyperpolarizes or excites both healthy and unhealthy cells. Once the procaine wears off, the diseased cell “vibrates” at the same frequency as the healthy cell, therefore producing symptom relief by putting the ANS back into balance.

 

If you are suffering from Lyme Disease we highly recommend you try Neural Therapy as part of a healing protocol.

For more information about Neural Therapy here at Neomed please use the contact page to send us a message.

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