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How Does Lyme Disease Affect Your Hormones?

Lyme disease has the potential to impact nearly every single system in our body including our brain, gut, endocrine system, nervous system, reproductive system, and cardiovascular system. This is why it can lead to such widespread symptoms that can vary from person to person. One of the major impacts it can have is on your endocrine system, which can impact thyroid function, adrenal function, and overall hormonal balance in the body. Dr. Izabella Wentz, author of Adrenal Transformation Protocol, addresses these issues and how to solve them.



Head Trauma and Lyme Disease

When Brian finished college, he had dreams of becoming a professional hockey player. Unfortunately, he got a rough blow to the head and sustained a concussion. Although he didn’t lose consciousness, he developed a host of symptoms that led to leaving the ice. Eventually finding out he had Lyme disease, Dr. Dan Kinderleher and other professionals in the space wondered how post-concussive syndrome can bring out symptoms of the disease and how to ensure patients can be better treated in the future.



Lyme Disease and Neurofeedback

Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is an author, therapist, psychologist, board-certified neurofeedback provider, and media personality who has been in/on hundreds of television shows, podcasts, and major publications. Through her Ridgefield, CT center, she works with people all over the world providing neurofeedback in person and in-home neurofeedback virtually. She is highly regarded in the field and due to her level of expertise in Lyme and PANS/PANDAS.