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    The following are a few aids for some symptoms manifested from the Bb bacteria infection and/or the co infections.  Most of our bizarre symptoms come and go for no sensible reason. These are the symptoms that wax and wane, show up for no apparent reason and disappear for no apparent reason. These "weird" symptoms are usually to do with the inflammation/spirochettes in the Limbic brain, the 
    Brain stem, the Thalamus and the Cranial nerves and other parts of the head.
    Read also some of the  LLMD are saying similar (Burrsaco, Sherr, Jemsek to name a few.) 

    Since so many of zoonotic disease suffer from anxiety, fear, and other psychiatric disorders because of our inflamed Limbic brain we find ourselves much of the time into "flight" and "fear"..  A dilemma indeed!

    In "flight" rand "fear" reaction to the weird symptoms we panic, run to the emergency, spend money (most often beyond our means) on gadgets, treatments, herbs, and medications that will appear to have helped when the symptom actually  resolved themselves on their own. Fear may be real or it may be false. Both will keep us scrambling to save our skins.

    Treating every one of these bizarre and weird symptoms by medication, amputation, alteration, and herbs creates many more problems for us, because when the symptom suddenly goes away we find ourselves altered, a slave to a drug we no longer need or on a herb that now is unbalancing our system because we no longer require it . Not one of us wants to become sicker then we already are. 

    It is important to understand this "over the top fear" which is highly intensified when Limbic brain is inflamed so that we can train ourselves to "slow down" rather then instantly react to the fear by getting our pocket book or body into jeopardy.

    The following are some "helpfuls" for some common waxing and waning symptoms, and other.

    Brain fog

    Brain fog is an inflamed brain. It is usually caused by all kinds of of toxins in our system;  prescription, over-the-counter, street drugs, or a combination of drugs. Chemicals from beverages, in foods, pesticides, toothpaste's. Metal poisons, vaccination poisons. Radiation poisons. Silicon toxins. Parasites, flukes, amoeba's  or tapeworm producing toxins around the clock. All types of Candida  fungus and other potent fungus producing toxins twenty four hours a day. Infections anywhere in the body. Bacteria's, protozoa's, rickettsia, viruses, mycoplasma's,or spirochetes producing toxins, endotoxins, and neurotoxins. House or vehicle mold. Blocked or sluggish lymphatic or liver pathways preventing toxins to flow out of the body naturally. Sluggish detoxification systems; constipation (toxins lingering in the body), shallow breathing or holding ones breath, lung problems, poor circulation, low blood pressure, ill kidney's, inability to sweat, no exercise to move lymphatic's, the only system without a pump. Lack of hydration or lack of oxygenation. An imbalance in vitamins and minerals, antioxidant deficiency, nutrient deficiency. Adrenal exhaustion, sleep deprivation, misalignment of the spine, lack of sleep, allergies to foods, to name only some of the most common causes.

    "Off-brain" Sick or dull brain caused by injury to a brain TBI, bacteria inhabiting and injuring the brain, malnourished body that starves the brain, drugs and other altering the natural process of the brain, lack of food or water, lungs poorly oxygenating, die-off  toxins, lack of sleep, lack of stimulation.

    Helpful to lift eleven layers of brain fog

  • Stop putting toxins and poisons in the body.
  • Stop smoking cigarettes as nicotine is not toxic, it is what has been added to the cigarette that is toxic. Smoking cessation. The Prescription "Champix" for a painless quit. (one to two weeks.)
  • Remove the metal, vaccination, radiation,chemical, and drug poisons stored in the body with zeolite with DHQ..
  • Remove all parasites, amoebas, flukes and tapeworms.
  • Remove all types of fungus.
  • Remove oneself from a mold environment releasing mold spores.
  • Open sluggish Lymphatic and liver pathways to allow toxins out of the body with pathway cleansers.
  • Move, move, move to pump the immune and lymphathic system.
  • Promote detoxification through  foods, hydration and a balance of vitamin and minerals.
  • Keep all detoxification systems expelling.
  • As soon as possible eradicate any bacteria, viruses, rickettsia's and protozoa's.
    Brain Inflammation

    The inflammation and toxins in the Limbic Brain and entire brain may prevent us from getting well because we are unable to think clearly and rationally. 

  • We may let false fear control us..always in reaction without thinking it through.
  • We may jump from one treatment to another imagining what we are using isn't working.
  • We may be so confused we are unable to follow a treatment plan.
  • We may mix herbs, mix drugs, support products altogether that do not agree with each other or with us thus causing us even more harm.
  • We may imagine (just like it is real) that someone or something is trying to harm us such as the doctor, our loved ones, the air, the electricity, the electronic waves, our dwelling, the food, the medication, the vitamins, the minerals, etc.
  • We may decide it is more comfortable to stay in what we know (being ill with Lyme for so many years) then to do the work to get ourselves well.
  • We may buy everything that we've heard helps with Lyme such as sauna, frequency devices, pills, herbs, exotic treatments, dozens of books on Lyme, bi mats and an endless array of what others have claimed to be helpful in the eradication of Lyme disease hoping to find a short cut, hoping it will be easier to do the eradication, and sometimes just plain ol' procrastination, all that gets us no closer to eradicating the infections.
  • We may drag our sore carcass from doctor to doctor to doctor trying to force doctors unknowledged in Lyme and zoonotics to diagnose us or to treat us, not understanding how our expectations are unrealistic and rather then going to natural treatments proven to eradicate completely.
  • We may jump from one thing to another always thinking it will be the magic one that will eradicate  with no herxheimer reaction!  ...Not being able to comprehend that die off of the toxins causes flu like symptoms as they are killed releasing much toxins from within the cells the bacteria lived in as the cell also dies along with the bacteria.
  • The inflamed brain of uncleared thinking may choose not to do the work to lift the fog layers listed above, wanting to linger in the infections for the payoffs  we are getting from it.... which is clearly wrong thinking coming from a foggy brain. 
  • And, for others they have had mental disease before Lyme disease so for them recovery will be more then overwhelming, yet they can do it under guidance and care of a LLMD.
  • Let someone else lead you in your treatment plan.
  • Talk to someone about your fears. Listen to their feedback.
  • Use your brain as much as possible to keep it exercised, even if if is very difficult.
A foggy toxined brain is impaired. It is being altered by the toxic load that weighs upon it. Most of the time we are unaware at how it is altering our perception and judgment, and other times we have an idea of how it hs taken our thinking into the ditch. 
We may believe we are in total control, yet it may be the toxins in our drivers seat that has taken over our controls.

We have plenty enough with protozoa's, bacteria's and spirochetes squatting in our brain without continuing to put stressful things into our brain  or removing what we have put there.

This is your brain. Help it.

Brain Parts

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Head Pain
  Brain Meninges Lyme Headache
   Brain fog Migrains
  Brain Inflammation Phychiatric disorders
   Brain parts Anxiety
   Typical Head Pain/Head aches - Stroke
  Head Pressure Looking at Brain Inflammation
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Typical Head Pain/Head aches -
Helpful to relieve: 
  • Drinking one or two glasses of water.
  • Sleep! Sometime the body rebalances itself during sleep.
  • Gently pulling hair at the affected area.
  • Rubbing the affected area constantly with slight pressure for a few minutes.
  • Putting fingers in ears and pushing up .
  • Placing a cold towel at the back of head.
  • Chewing on an ice cube.
  • For severe headaches, applying a cold compress that was dipped in sole (salt diluted in water) 1 teaspoon of sole to 1 tablespoons of cold water). Changing as necessary.
  • May be helpful for headaches...depending on the cause.
  • capsaicin
  • chamomile
  • Feverfew
  • Meadowsweet
  • skullcap
  • White willow bark

  • Yucca Root.
    Head Pressure
    The head pressure most always from brain inflammation. 
    • Ibuprofen brings down the inflammation. 
    Meninges Lyme Headache
    When scalp is sore and feels bruised. It begins in patches, then to  whole  areas on the head,  progressing to the entire head feeling bruised. It gives a dulling of brain type headache with no relief night or day. Even a full night sleep does not change its level. Headache goes on for long periods..weeks at a time. It is an inflamed meninges, the lining of the brain. When you touch the scalp it feels mushy under skin.
    As soon as an area on the scalp feels bruised to immediately take Ibuprofen to get the inflammation down or taking Ibuprofen until all scalp (meninges) inflammation is down.
    Migrains (Caused by toxins)
    • Taking two activated Charcoal with two cups of water.
    • Coiling head with 655 for two minutes.
    • Taking a 4 drop drink of MMS  and repeating the next hour.
    • Taking a 6 drop drink in tall cup of zeolite or ZNatural. 
    • Applying Ylang Ylang on all soles of feet.or center large toe.
    • Anise (pimpinella anisium L.) essential oil: Putting 3 drops in steaming water and taking it away from stove inhale 3 times deeply and slowly.
    • 2 capsules Celery seed and dandelion capsules
    • Curcumin
    • Boswellia  Serrata
    • Heichrysum essential oil on migrain point of big toe

    • CURAMED 750 
    • White willow bark
    • Pure Wild Oregano oil (Origanum vulgare minutiflorum)c-93- 2 drops under tongue
    • pure peppermint essential oil 
    Psychiaric disorders 
    A LLMD said that Lyme disease can mimic any psychiatric disorder. The most common disorders of the brain besides the cognitive disorders and brain dysfunction is anxiety disorders, mood disorders (depression), psychotic disorders and eating disorders. 
      Examples of what may be Helpful (if not caused by zoonotic brain inflammation): 
    • Camu-Camu (Myrciaria dubia)
    • Lithium Orotate 5mg. Improves thinking,  protects the brain from toxins, elevates mood, and  decreases anxiety and nervous system irritability. 
    • Fish oil capsules for depression
    • DL-phenylalanine (DLPA)( depression)
    • Daily small doses of MMS
    • Balance all vitamins and minerals (most especially the B vitamins.)
    • Aim to get the brain inflammation down by the erradication of the bacteria's and heavy duty daily detoxification
      Anxiety looks like this: Feelings of apprehension or dread, irritability, restlessness, watching for signs of danger, feeling like your mind's gone blank, trouble concentrating, feeling tense and jumpy, anticipating the worst, pounding heart, sweating, tremors and twitches,  muscle tension, stomach upset, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, insomnia, frequent urination, frequent diarrhea, shortness of breath, surge of overwhelming panic, hyperventilation, feeling of losing control or going crazy, hot flashes or chills, trembling or shaking, heart palpitations or chest pain, feeling like you're going to pass out, nausea or feeling detached or unreal, stomach cramps, trouble breathing or choking sensation. It is more then chronic worrywarting. Anxiety is unwanted thoughts or behaviors that seem impossible to stop or control.

      Anxiety is caused by parasites, heavy metals, Candida Fungus,and numerous other causes, as well as, Zoonotic infections such as  Babesia, Bartonella, Lyme, and others. Their toxins inflame the brain parts. The anxiety of Lyme and coinfection toxins is usually intermittent, as it is with all the other weird symptoms. Some infected people have anxiety quite steadily.

      The cause of Lyme disease anxiety may be when there is a depletion of serotonin, or inflammation of the Limbic System or some cranial nerves. (I had anxiety intermittently since the first year of Lyme disease. Since my brain has not been as inflamed, it no longer appears anymore. Alleluia!) (This written when I had  the infections) The anxiety would show up suddenly for no rhyme nor reason and then leave in the same way. I was terribly uncomfortable when it was present and I think attention deficit disorder would also show up at the same time.)

      Anxiety may also be from a lack of coping skills or fear of how the disease is affecting our lives that is beyond our control. (This not caused by inflammation or toxins)

      Best anxiety relief for zoonotic symptom of anxiety:

    • 30 minutes of walking. As often as necessary
      Somewhat Helpful ANXIETY RELIEF:
    • Benzoin essential oil dab on base of skull once daily.
    • Hyland's HYPERICUM PERFORATUM -Used Both Externally and   Internally as an effective Anti Anxiety, Restlessness.

    • Bach RESCUE SLEEP - A Fast-Acting Spray that Naturally Calms the Restless Mind.  - Helps calm a restless mind, providing natural relief of occasional sleeplessness caused by stress and repetitive thoughts. A non-habit forming, non-sedative, fast-acting spray designed to relieve insomnia caused by stress.
    • Hyland's Bach flower remedy HYPERICUM PERFORATUM -Homeopathic Remedy i- Can Be Used Both Externally and Internally as an Effective Antibacterial and Antiseptic, and as an Effective Natural Treatment for Anxiety, Restlessness, Insomnia and Other Neurological Disorders
    • Valerian root extract also known as  Amantilla, Phu, Garden Valerian, All-Heal, Setwall. Usually, valerian, if taken along with valium, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, Xanax, serotonin reuptake inhibitors, phenobarbital, codeine, antihistamines, tricyclic antidepressants and   certain pain relievers has been observed to produce excessive drowsiness. 
    • Passionflower
    • Stress-J 
    • lady's slipper
    • skullcap
    • lime (linden) blossom 
    • mistletoe
      Robert’s Magic Formula
      As soon as you are aware that you have had a stroke-
      400mg. of Co Q 10
      400mg of vitamin E
      400mg. Vitamin C
      Aged Garlic 600mg
      2 Cardio Aspirins
      Recovery starts within a half hour. Complete recovery in 3 hours. 
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    and some waxing and waning symptoms

    Here is the brain of someone with Lyme, Babesia, Bartonella and Aspergilosis fungus
    and also present were Die off toxins, Metal Poisons, Chemical poisons and  Drug Poisons.
    (Dowsed during an indept body scan of brain.) Yellow indicates the inflamed parts

    Brain Parts . . .  . . . .  .
    Lyme spirochetes: Brainstem Limbic, Cerebellum,  Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobes Cerebral Cortex.
    Babesia Brainstem Limbic, Cerebellum,   Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobes  Cerebral Cortex.
    Bartonella  Brainstem Limbic, Cerebellum,   Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobes  Cerebral Cortex.
    Unknown Fungus,  Brainstem Limbic, Cerebellum,   Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobes  Cerebral Cortex.
    Brain Inflammation today: Brainstem Limbic, Cerebellum,   Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobes  Cerebral Cortex.
    Cranial Nerves : . . . . . . . .
    Lyme spirochetes Olfactory Optic  Oculomotor Trochlear Trigeminal Abduc.ens Facial Vestibulocochlear,
    . Vagus Glossopharyngeal pinal-Accessory Hypoglossal . . . .
    Babesia  Olfactory Optic Oculomotor Trochlear Trigeminal Abducens Facial Vestibulocochlear,
    . Vagus Glossopharyngeal pinal-Accessory Hypoglossal
    Bartonella  Olfactory Optic Oculomotor Trochlear Trigeminal Abducens Facial Vestibulocochlear,
    . Vagus Glossopharyngeal pinal-Accessory Hypoglossal . . . .
    Cranial Nerve Inflammation today Olfactory Optic Oculomotor Trochlear Trigeminal Abducens Facial Vestibulocochlear,
    . Vagus Glossopharyngeal pinal-Accessory Hypoglossal . . . .

    Here are the brain parts and some of what they control
    Brainstem Regulator of 
    sleep/wake cycle
    digestion, appetite, thirst
    heart rate
    blood pressure
    body temperature
    bladder function
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    Basic functions like breathing and sleep are controlled here.
    Wide awake in middle of night, insomnia, sleep awake 
    Shortness of breath, air hunger, 
    Problem swallowing
    Erratic heart pulse
    Erratic blood pressure
    Erratic body thermostat 
    Erratic bladder
    Dizziness and nausea
    Limbic System
    hippocampus amygdala.
    Returns things to a set point in body temperature,sweating,
    hunger, thirst, digestion, response to pain, anger and aggressive behavior.
    Has ultimate control of blood pressure, heart rate, 
    breathing, and all the sympathetic and parasympathetic functions
    sensory signals
    auditory (sound)
    Somatosensory (from your skin and internal organs), go through this organ on their way to other parts of the brain for processing.  Triggers responses to strong emotion such as sweaty palms, freezing, increased heart-beat/respiration and stress hormone
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    Abnormal temperature,sweating, hunger, thirst, digestion, response to pain, anger and aggressive behavior.
    Racing heart, low pulse, erratic blood pressure
    Sound sensitive
    Erratic vision
    Shortness of breath, air hunger
    Panic attacks
    Cerebellum Maintenance of balance and posture. 
    Coordination  of voluntary movements
    Performing rapid and repetitive movements 
    Motor control, Motor learning
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairment
    The cerebellum is responsible for coordination and balance.
    Off balance, mobility problems, or paralysis
    Inability to coordinate movement
    Frontal Lobe Expressive language and word choice
    Planning,Organization, problem solving ,reasoning
    Behavioral choices, judgment
    Parts of speech and emotions.
    conscious thought
    voluntary movement 
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    The frontal lobes are responsible for problem solving and judgment and motor function.
    Lack of concentration
    Lack of attention
    Loss of executive function (planning, organizing, and reasoning)
    Loss of judgment
    Personality change
    Loss of motivation
    Change in behavior
    Parietal Lobe Touchperception 
    Size, shape, color identification
    Spatial perception
    Visual perception 
    Goal directed voluntary movements
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    The parietal lobes manage sensation, handwriting, and body position.
    Poor hand-eye coordination 
    Difficulties writing words 
    Difficulty performing math calculations 
    Difficulty drawing 
    Problems with reading 
    Inability to focus visual attention 
    Inability to attend to more than one object at a time 
    Confusing left-right orientation 
    Temporal Lobe Long-term memory 
    Emotional interpretation
    Processing language and communication
    Some visual perception 
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    The temporal lobes are involved with memory and hearing.
    Change in sexual interest 
    Persistent talking 
    Difficulty remembering names and faces 
    Difficulty understanding spoken words
    Difficulty with identification of, and verbalization about objects. 
    Difficulty with concentration 
    Difficulty locating objects in environment. 
    Inability to categorize objects 
    Seizure disorders, auras and strange reveries
    Short-term memory loss 
    Interference with long-term memory 
    Aggressive behavior 
    Occipital Lobes processes colors and shapes
    interprets images 
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    The occipital lobes contain the brain's visual processing system.
    Difficulty recognizing drawn objects 
    Visual defects 
    Difficulty recognizing colors 
    Visual illusions - inaccurately seeing objects. 
    Word blindness - inability to recognize words 
    Difficulty perceiving movement 
    Loss of academic skills (reading, writing)
    Cerebral Cortex Thinking
    Speech and language
    Voluntary movements
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments
    Thinking and voluntary movements begin in the cortex.
    Problems with sequencing
    Inability to use expressive language 
    Mood changes 
    Lack of attention
    Cranial Nerves:
    I Olfactory 
    II Optic
    III Oculomotor 
    IV Trochlear 
    V Trigeminal 
    VI Abducens 
    VII Facial 
    VIII Vestibulocochlear
    IX Glossopharyngeal 
    X Vagus 
    XI Spinal Accessory 
    XII Hypoglossal
    I smell 
    II vision 
    III eyelid and eyeball movement 
    IV innervates superior oblique turns eye downward and laterally 
    V chewing face & mouth touch & pain turns eye laterally 
    VII controls most facial expressions secretion of tears & saliva taste
    VIII (auditory)   hearing equillibrium sensation
    IX taste senses carotid blood pressure 
    X  senses aortic blood pressure slows heart rate stimulates digestive organs taste 
    XI controls trapezius & sternocleidomastoid
    controls swallowing movements 
    XII controls tongue movements 
    Inflammation can cause temporary impairments in the following 
    eyelid and eyeball movement 
    turns eye downward and laterally 
    chewing face & mouth touch & pain turns eye laterally 
    controls most facial expressions secretion of tears & saliva
    hearing, equilibrium, sensation
    taste senses, carotid , blood pressure, 
    senses, aortic, blood pressure, slows heart rate, 
    stimulates digestive organs, taste 
    Pain in neck & back & pain from head to shoulder, 
    controls swallowing movements 
    Tongue movements 

    When our Lyme brain is inflamed is it causing many of those weird symptoms?

    Does inflammation also distort the mechanism of the brain?

    Is this the reason bizarre symptoms come and go (wax and wane) for no logical reason? E.g. Bowel muscles don't work , don't move, act paralyse and then for no sensible reason start up again.

    Is the reduction of brain inflammation the reason that suddenly... for no rhyme nor reason, a symptom suddenly disappears?
    Or, were the weird symptoms simply a spirochete stepping on that area and messing up the mechanics?

    Could relieving the inflammation of the brain make me feel better?
    When doing a Body Scan what is usually found in an inflamed brain is;
    Vaccination poisons, chemical poisons, radiation poisons, drug poisons, metal poisons and toxins of; fungus, Candida fungus, parasites, bacteria's and some have the zoonotic bacteria's.  Some of these poisons are also found in some organs, prostate, breasts, joints, and always seem to get trapped in the muscles. When there is pain in the muscles what is usually found is radiation poisons, metal poisons, vaccination poisons, chemical poisons, drug poisons and of course parasite toxins and for those with zoonotics the bacteria's and protozoa's.

    The brain  sometimes has many parts inflamed, other times all parts, other times none at all. Sometimes no cranial nerves are inflamed and other times numerous or only one cranial nerve is inflamed. It changes depending on the efficiency of the  detoxification systems, what is ingested, absorbed, or inhaled and what ones living low life exists within the body and their cycles.

    Do your own Research Here YAHOO or here GOOGLE

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