Lyme disease has become a growing concern all over the world and, indeed, in Nigeria in recent times. The major challenge that it is under-diagnosed in many centres stems from the fact that the symptoms of Lyme disease are not specific and they often mimic those of several other common medical and even surgical ailments.
A growing number of suspected cases in some of our patients have gone on to be confirmed and we have found out that complimenting appropriate medical treatment with Mayr-type detoxification programmes gives a lasting cure to this multi-faceted ailment. Some of the cases presented below demonstrate the picture of Lyme disease and successful management system that we have been opportune to experience in our centre.
For instance, a 44-year- old man was referred to Mart-Life by a medical doctor before commencing infertility therapy. He weighed 154Kg, had blurred vision and extremely low sperm count.
Bioenergetics analysis showed several issues including pituitary weakness and Lyme disease, which has been reported to contribute to infertility.
A blood hormone panel showed that his blood prolactin was almost 4000-fold the expected level, a common picture seen in tumours of the pituitary gland. Lyme therapy and Mayr protocols were commenced, with appropriate medication to address the elevated prolactin levels.
He spent 10 days using all our therapeutic protocols, including physiotherm, hypoxicator sessions, body detox and orthomolecular supplementation. At the end of the therapy he had lost 16kg. Mr. B.U. was advised to continue his therapy at home for one month. He came back at the expiration of that one month with impressive results. His vision had greatly improved and his prolactin hormone had dropped well to relatively normal levels. The patient also had a slightly improved sperm count. His current weight is 129kg.
A 62-year-old woman visited our Modern Mayr Medicine clinic in Maryland in 2015 with signs of adrenal fatigue. Her weight had steadily risen from a stable 92kg to 134kg over a period of six months. She had been experiencing extreme fatigue, joint pains, difficulty in initiating sleep and chronic constipation.
She went through our bio-energetic profiling from which an assessment of lactose, fructose and histamine intolerances was made. A Mayr therapy protocol that included a personalised diet regimen, body detox, physiotherm, sea-oxygen, hypoxicator sessions and colon irrigation was administered over a period of 10 days.
She lost 12kg and left the centre with increased energy and a wholly rejuvenated health. She started sleeping soundly every night for the first time in six months and had no problems moving her bowels daily.
She, however, returned to the centre seven months later with complaints of severe back pain, which radiated all the way to the back of her legs, making it difficult to walk properly or to stand for a long time without pain. She had been to a doctor who ordered an MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) test, which showed degeneration of intervertebral discs and distortions on the nerve root at the lumbar vertebral levels. She confirmed that she regularly travelled to the USA and Asia, and also did a lot of gardening. These are possible areas for Lyme infestation through tick bite or other flies. A bio-energetic test confirmed among others, Lyme III Barbesia weakness. We commenced anti Lyme therapy and other Mayr protocols for her. Her condition soon improved halfway through and she was able to walk for a slightly longer time without pain.
More recently, new energetic machines have been made to get rid of Lyme disease and some other disorders by the computer-generated micro ultrasound waves targeting different cell disorders.
Lyme disease is an important medical condition that goes undiagnosed in many hospitals all over the world. Most of the signs and symptoms described in this series are not confined to Lyme disease alone and may be due to other factors.
It is being suggested however that such varied types of illnesses will bear a high index of suspicion, requiring that one rules out Lyme infestation, especially with the seeming current rise in incidence.