LymeSymptoms Part 1 LymeSymptoms Part 2 LymeSymptoms Part 3  Coinfections  Bartonella's Mycoplasma's Chronic coinfections
Comparision chart Eliminating Other Many symptom disorders Lyme Misdiagnosis Peripheral neuropathy Thyroid Physical pain
Lyme is often Misdiagnosed as other Disease and Disorders
Many  found  their  "misdiagnosed" disease or syndrome disappeared after receiving treatment for Lyme Disease . 
This does not say that a Lyme disease infected person may not also have another disease, disorder, or syndrome. 
Abdominal pseudo-eventration,
Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans (ACA)
Acute Acral Ischemia
Acute conduction disorders
Acute coronary syndrome
Acute exogenous 
Acute meningitis
Acute myelo-meningo-radiculitis
Acute peripheral facial palsy
Acute perimyocarditis
Acute pyogenic arthritis
Acute reversible diffuse conduction system disease
Acute transitory auriculoventricular block
Acute transverse myelitis
Acute urinary retention
Acquired Immune 
Allergic conditions
Allergic conjunctivitis
Alopecia (Hair loss)
Alzheimer’s Disease
Amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis (ALS - 
Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Anorexia nervosa
Antepartum fever
Asymmetrical hearing loss
Atraumatic spontaneous hemarthrosis
Atrioventricular block
Attention Deficit 
Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD)

If you think you have unknown bacteria, unknown virus, unknown fungus  or protozoa take the challenge. If they are present you will experience the Herheimer reaction.
Worth a try while researching

Bannwarth’s Syndrome
Behcet’s disease
Bell’s Palsy
Benign cutaneous lymphocytoma
Benign lymphocytic infiltration (Jessner-Kanof)
Bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome Bilateral facial nerve palsy
Bilateral follicular conjunctivitis
Bilateral keratitis
Chronic mononucleosis
Bilateral papilloedema
Biphasic meningoencephalitis 
Bipolar Disorder
Brain Tumor
Brown recluse spider bite
Brown-Sequard syndrome 
Cardiac Disease
Carpal tunnel syndrome Catatonic syndrome
Cauda equina syndrome
Central vestibular syndrome
Cerebral atrophy Cerebro-vascular disease Cervical facet syndrome
Cheilitis granulomatosa
Chiasmal optic neuritis
Crohn's disease
Chronic encephalomyelitis
Chronic Fatigue SyndromeChronic muscle weakness
Chronic urticaria 
Cerebellar ataxia
Cogan’s syndrome
Conus medullaris syndrome 
Complete flaccid paraplegia
Complex Regional 
Concomitant neuroretinitis
Conduction disorder
Coronary aneurysm
Cortical blindness
Cranial Neuritis
Cranial polyneuritis
Cutaneous B-cell hulman syndrome
Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Demyelinating disorders
Depression Dermatomyositis
Diaphragmatic paralysis Diffuse fasciitis
Dilated cardiomyopathy
Disseminated choroiditis 
Dorsal epiduritis
Endogenous paranoid-hallucinatory syndrome
Eosinophilic fasciitis 
Epileptic crises
Epstein Barr
Extrapyramidal disorders)
Erythema chronicum migrans
Exanthema (local and generalized)
(Eye)Myasthenia gravis
Facial diplegia
Fascicular tachycardia
Fatal adult respiratory distress syndrome
Fetal death
Focal nodular myositis
Frontotemporal atrophy
Generalised motor neuron disease
Geniculate neuralgia
Giant cell arteritis
Granuloma annulare
Guillain-Barré Syndrome
Headaches (severe)
Hearing loss
Heart block
Hemophagocytic syndrome
Hepatic disorders
Herniated discs
HLA-B27 negative sacroiliitis
Holmes-Adie syndrome
Horner’s syndrome
Human necrotizing splenitis
Idiopathic atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini
Idiopathic facial paralysis
Impaired Brainstem response
Infantile sclero-atrophic lichen
Infarction pain
Infectious Mononucleosis
Infiltrating lymphadenosis benigna cutis
Inflammatory cerebrospinal fluid syndrome
Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis
Intracerebral haemorrhage
Intracranial aneurysm
Intracranial hypertension
Intracranial mass lesions
Intrauterine growth retardation 
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Isolated acute myocarditis
Isolated lymphadenopathy
Isolated neuritis of the sciatic nerve
Isolated oculomotor nerve paralysis
Isolated posterior cord syndrome
Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Lichen sclerosus
Livedo racemosa
Lofgren’s syndrome
Lymphadenosis benigna cutis
Lymphocytoma cutis
Lumboradicular syndrome
Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome
Memory impairment
Meningeal lymphoma
Monolateral chorioretinitis
Morgagni-Adams-Stokes syndrome (MAS)
Morning glory syndrome
Motor neuron syndrome
Multiple mononeuropathy
Multiple Sclerosis
Mercury Poisoning
Myelopathy syndrome
Myofascial pain syndrome
MyositisNeonatal respiratory distress
Nodular panniculitis
Nodular fasciitis
Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Oculomotor paralysis
Optic atrophy
Optic disk edema
Optic nerve lesion
Otoneurological Disorders
Pseudo tumor Cerebrae
Propriospinal myoclonus
Psychosomatic disorders 
Peripheral vascular disorder
Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Paralysis of abdominal muscles
Paraneoplastic polyneuropathy
Pars plana vitrectopy
Parsonage and Turner syndrome
Peripheral facial palsy
Peripheral neuropathy
Persistent atrioventricular block
Pigment epitheliitis
Polymyalgia rheumatica
Polyneuritis cranialis
Polysymptomatic autoimmune disorder
Posterior scleritis
Primary lymphoma of the nervous system
Presenile dementia
Progressive cerebral infarction
Progressive facial hemiatrophy (Parry-Romberg
Progressive stroke
Progressive supranuclear paralysis
Prolonged pyrexia
Ramsay Hunt syndrome (pleocytosis)
Raynaud’s syndrome
Recurrent paralysis syndrome
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Reiter’s Syndrome
Respiratory failure
Restless legs syndrome
Retinal pigment epithelium detachment
Retinal vasculitis
Reversible dementia
Rheumatic Fever
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Sacro-iliitis infection
SAPHO syndrome
Schoenlein-Henoch purpura
Secondary syphilis
Seizure Disorders
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Septal panniculitis
Septic arthritis
Seventh nerve paralysis
Sick sinus syndrome
Spontaneous brain hemorrhage
Stevens-Johnson syndrome
Stiff-man syndrome
Still’s disease
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis
Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
Subacute organic psychosyndrome
Subacute multiple-site osteomyelitis
Subacute presenile dementia
Sudden deafness
Sudden hemiparesis
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
Sudeck’s atrophy
Symmetric Polyarthritis
Temporal arteritis 
Temporomandibular joint  dysfunction
Thrombocytopenic purpura
Tourette’s syndrome
Transient Ischemic Attack
Transient left ventricular 
Trigeminal Neuralgia 
Unilateral interstitial keratitis
Unilateral papillitis
Vasculitic mononeuritis multiplex
Vitreous clouding ed sudden hemiparesis
Vasculitic neuropathy 
Vestibular neuronitis 
Ventricular asystole

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Alzheimer's symptoms
-Progressive cognitive decline: Memory and concentration problems, communication issues surface. Changes in personality and a few idiosyncratic behaviors appear, apathy and lack of engagement, confusion, forgets names and words,  repeats in the same conversation, forgets their own history, recent personal events, and current events, less able to plan, organize, or think logically, increasing difficulty with routine tasks, inability to make decisions, poor judgment, decline in problem solving skills, money and math problems, disoriented in time and place, becoming lost in familiar places, trouble concentrating and learning new things, avoids change, withdrawal from social and mental challenges, misplacing valuable possessions, hides things or puts things away in strange places and then forgets where they are, communication problems are observed, may converse “normally” until a memory lapse occurs, Begins to have difficulty expressing themselves, may no longer be able to speak well, but can respond to what you tell them--to your emotional reactions, and to humor, Increasing difficulty comprehending reading material, personality changes are evident…Apathetic, withdrawn, avoids people, anxious, irritable, agitated Insensitive to others’ feelings, easily angered when frustrated, tired, rushed, or surprised, idiosyncratic behaviors start to develop…... Hoards, checks, or searches for objects of little value, forgets to eat, or eats constantly, or eats only one kind of food.

(ALS) Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
-Muscle weakness in one or more of the following: hands, arms, legs or the muscles of speech, swallowing or breathing, twitching and cramping of muscles, especially those in the hands and feet, impairment of the use of the arms and legs, "thick speech" and difficulty in projecting the voice, in more advanced stages, shortness of breath, difficulty in breathing and swallowing.
Anorexia nervosa: Intense fear of weight gain and a distorted body image. Refusal to eat to stay at  normal weight for their age and height. Inadequate eating or excessive exercising results in severe weight loss.

Bulimia Nervosa: Episodes of significant overeating, t accompanied by a sense of loss of control. Binge-purge behavior .. forced  vomiting or laxative abuse.
Obesity: Eating more calories than the person can use up.
Anxiety disorder: Symptoms of an anxiety attack: Shortness of breath, palpitations or pounding heart, chest pain or discomfort, trembling or shaking, dizziness, nausea or stomach distress, fear of losing control or going crazy, hot or cold flashes, apprehension, uneasiness, and dread, impaired concentration or selective attention, feeling restless or on edge, avoidance, hyper vigilance, irritability, confusion, behavioral problems, nervousness and jumpiness, self-consciousness and insecurity, fear that you are dying or going crazy, strong desire to escape heart palpitations or racing heartbeat, chest pain, hot flashes or chills, cold and clammy hands, stomach upset or queasiness, frequent urination or diarrhea, shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness, tremors, twitches, and jitters, muscle tension or aches, headaches, fatigue, insomnia.

Spinal arachnoiditis Areas commonly affected by pain are lumbar, buttocks, legs (often both), feet, perineum, hip, abdomen. In some cases: arms and hands, neck, head and face, chest.  Central pain is that pain may be experienced over large areas of the body, rather than just in the lower part. 
Symptoms:  Pain is the predominant complaint—most frequently burning sensations , severe stinging, throbbing and sharp pains. Chronic and persistent pain in the lower back, lower limbs or, in severe cases, throughout the entire body. Neurologic problems. Numbness and tingling sensations are frequent, while atypical headaches, blurred vision and insomnia seem to be systemic manifestations. Bizarre sensations such as insects crawling on the skin or water trickling down the leg, Severe shooting pain (which some liken to an electric shock sensation). Muscle cramps, spasms, and uncontrollable twitching, Bladder, bowel, and/or sexual dysfunction. Pain tends to increase with activity.  There is may be a delay after onset of activity, with a slow summation, to a point where the pain suddenly becomes unbearable and then persists once the activity has ceased. Symptoms: Pain:  It is specifically a feature of incomplete nerve damage. Pain is generally described as burning (people are unable to describe this bizarre insidious pain.) This pain is not felt in healthy people. Some symptoms: burning feet, in particular, transient shooting pains that vary in intensity from an insect bite to an electric shock. The central pain, may include feeling pain from light touch, as clothing and greatly triggered by changes in temperature, normal bladder and bowel sensation is diminished, but once the signals of fullness are perceived, there is burning pain and urgency which often leads to embarrassing accidents.For some: Loss sense of limb position up or down in relation to ground that causes tripping and falls. Bizarre sensations such as feeling as if you are walking on broken glass, water running down the legs, or insects crawling over the skin.  Tinnitus and/or vertigo (unsteady gait). Loss of muscle strength, especially in the lower back and legs. Fatigue. Violent and painful muscle spasms and cramps. Painless and transient muscle twitches. Nocturnal unpleasant sensations in the legs, accompanied by restless legs. Trouble swallowing from esophageal muscle spasms.  Blood pressure disturbances, dizziness, syncope, or headaches. Palpitations. Cold extremities (Raynaud type phenomenon). Increased or absent sweating, diminished temperature perception. Facial pain, loss of sweating on one side of the face and change in size of one pupil (Horner's syndrome). Adie's tonic pupil, intolerance of bright light, iritis, dry eyes and uveitis., stabbing pains or tingling and seeing "stars". Fluid of the limbs. Intermittent "flare-ups" and periods of relative remission, intermittent low-grade fevers, malaise and raised white cell count. Enlarged lymph glands, unexplained skin rash, hives, joint pains. osteoporosis ,low potassium, chest pain mimicking angina, recurrent sinusitis, and shortness of breath.  Increased incidence of migrainous type headaches, often with auras. Recurrent dental problems are quite common.  suffer from facial pain and tooth pain for no reason, bleeding gums, "burning mouth syndrome". difficulty swallowing,   feeling as if a lump is stuck in the throat, and Fatigue, Weight gain is a common problem. The cognitive effects of arachnoiditis are anxiety and reduced ability to think clearly, with some short-term memory impairment. May have dual diagnosis of arachnoiditis and fibromyalgia (or chronic fatigue), have the features of myofascial pain and malaise. Other systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Sjogren's syndrome, Thyroiditis, Sweet's syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis and Crohn's disease.
Arachnoiditis is caused by an inflammation of the arachnoid lining—one of the 3 linings that surround the brain and spinal cord. This inflammation causes constant irritation, scarring, and binding of nerve roots and blood vessels.  Caused by infections like tuberculosis, AIDS, fungus and meningococcus, etc. or Dyes used for myelograms or Blood entering the spinal sac, i.e. from subarachnoid hemorrhage, epidural blood patches, bleeding from anticoagulants, etc. or Spinal surgery, mostly from rents of the dura with blood entering the sac , direct SC or nerve root injury or Irritant compounds injected into the sac such as hypertonic saline, phenol, methotrexate, hyaluronidase, papain, etc. or Preservatives contained in some medications injected into the spine such as polyethylene glycol, benzylic alcohol, para-aminobenzoic acid, etc. or Traumatic injury to the SC or the brain may result in bleeding into the CSF, nerve tissue damage or avulsion. Even needle punctures causing paresthesia on the nerve roots or the  (from peridural, spinal anesthesia or other nerve blocks) may cause ARC.
Psychological manifestations are frequently seen in patients with chronic pain; in patients with ARC, depression is common secondary to despair, hopelessness, fear of income loss, and/or family disputes, in some cases leading to thoughts of self-injury. (there is no cure for arachnoiditis) Most people with arachnoiditis are unable to work and have significant disability. (This is another big disease that most medical doctors deny. There is a whole campaign out there saying this is another imaginary disease and yes, for some medical doctors they were the ones who did inject the dyes, ect.. Nevertheless people do suffer severely from Arachnoiditis.) this has much information and well worth reading in your quest for relief.  It reads like a first cousin to Lyme Disease

Attention Deficit Disorder
Symptoms: Inattention: Often - fails to give close attention to details, makes careless mistakes, has difficulty sustaining attention, does not seem to listen when spoken to directly, does not follow through on tasks, has difficulty organizing tasks, reluctant to engage in tasks that require sustained mental effort, forgetful in daily activities. Hyperactivity: Often- fidgets, can't sit still,  restless, "on the go", act's as if "driven by a motor;"  talks excessively. Impulsivity: Often -  blurts out answers before questions have been completed, difficulty awaiting turn, often interrupts or intrudes on others,  butts into conversations. 
Bannwarth syndrome/Garin-Bujadoux- Lymphocytic meningoradiculitis probably due to infection by Borrelia burgdorferi, the cause of Lyme disease. It is an illness characterized by intense pain, mostly in the lumbar and cervical regions, and radiating to the extremities; migrating sensory and motor disorders of the peripheral nerves, peripheral radiculopathies, and cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities in the form of lymphocytic pleocytosis indicating blood-brain barrier damage. The symptoms may include facial paralysis, abducens palsy, anorexia, tiredness, headache, diplopia, paraesthesias, erythema migrans, and other disorders. 

Brain Injury:  results in excessive sleepiness, inattention, difficulty concentrating, impaired memory, faulty judgment, depression, irritability, emotional outbursts, disturbed sleep, diminished libido, difficulty switching between two tasks, slowed thinking, and personality change. 
Infection may injure the brain, as in encephalitis, meningitis, abscess or chronic brain Lyme disease. Toxins can cross the blood brain barrier and damage or kill brain cells. A brain injury produces physiologic, cognitive, emotional, psychological and behavioral changes. Cognitive problems are specific skill deficits that may occur following a brain injury. Some of the most common cognitive problems are Arousal or over-stimulation, Attention and filtering,  Information coding and retrieval (memory). Learning, both using old information and acquiring new information.  Problem Solving.  Higher-level thinking skills known as executive skills.
 Individuals may develop difficulty with self-regulation or self-control, impulse control, over arousal, frustration tolerance and problems in perception. They may overreact to situations, get angry without provocation, or behave in socially inappropriate ways.
Following a brain injury, some people lose appropriate boundaries when they experience sadness, happiness, and sexual feelings. 
An injury to the brain stem is likely to create problems in mobility (gait), motor control and central functions. This could result in difficulty standing, walking, getting in and out of a bed or chair, lifting, throwing, catching, feeding oneself, writing, and performing other normal daily activities. 
Common cognitive problems seen in mild brain injury: Attention and filtering. Short-term memory  Information processing  Problem solving  Organization  Judgment and decision-making  Higher-level thinking skills known as executive skills. And most common physical complaints are  Dizziness. Nausea and motion sickness.  Fatigue. Ringing in the ears. Recurrent headaches  Hypersensitivity to light, noise, touch, smell or taste. Sensitivity to crowds and busy environments. Others around the person with a mild brain injury may report a “personality change”. Other common symptoms are:  Depression.  Changes in sleeping habits.  Increased or decreased sex drive.  Heightened fears. Changes in temperament. Individuals may experience problems in judgment or do things that were unlike their pre-injury behavior. 
The symptoms of mild brain injury or post concussion syndrome are often not understood by professionals who are treating the person, especially if they are not aware of the existence of a brain injury. Short term memory loss. Slowed cognitive processing. Unusual behavioral changes. Denial. Mental fatigue. Confusion  Frustration. Guilt. Depression 

Dementia describes a group of symptoms that are caused by changes in brain function. A condition characterized by a progressive decline of mental abilities accompanied by changes in personality and behavior. Symptoms may include asking the same questions repeatedly; becoming lost in familiar places; being unable to follow directions; getting disoriented about time, people, and places, more forgetful of recent events, more likely to repeat themselves in conversation 
less concerned with activities or other people , less able to grasp new ideas, less able to adapt to change, more anxious about having to make decisions, 
more irritable or upset if they can't manage a task, more inclined to lose things or get lost, changed in behavior, changed in personality (can be confused with other conditions such as depression, stress or a reaction to bereavement. )
Mimic dementia: Reactions to medications, Metabolic problems and endocrine abnormalities (Thyroid problems) Hypoglycemia. Too little or too much sodium or calcium can also trigger mental changes. Impaired ability to absorb vitamin B12, (pernicious anemia). Nutritional deficiencies: Deficiencies of thiamine (vitamin B1), vitamin B6, B12 . Dehydration (not drinking enough water) Infections. Meningitis and encephalitis, which are infections of the brain or the membrane that covers it, can cause confusion, sudden severe dementia, withdrawal from social interaction, impaired judgment, or memory loss. Untreated syphilis and  Lyme also can damage the nervous system and cause dementia. disease can cause memory or thinking difficulties. Poisoning. Brain tumors. Diminished supply of oxygen to an organ's tissues. 
Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia's are irreversible. Dementia with Lewy bodies common type of progressive dementia.(  progressive cognitive decline, combined with three additional defining features:  (1) pronounced “fluctuations” in alertness and attention, such as frequent drowsiness, lethargy, lengthy periods of time spent staring into space, or disorganized speech; (2) recurrent visual hallucinations,  and (3) parkinsonian motor symptoms, such as rigidity and the loss of spontaneous movement. Pick’s disease  a progressive decline in a person' s mental powers over a number of years. Damage to brain cells In later stages the person becomes totally dependent on others  very similar to late stage Alzheimer's. Frontal lobe dementia any dementia caused by damage to this part of the brain. Frontal lobe dementia the person's mood may become fixed and difficult to change making them appear selfish and unfeeling. The affected person usually knows where they are, what day it is and does not have the sudden lapses of memory which are characteristic of Alzheimer's disease. 
Some people become withdrawn, while others lose their normal inhibitions and start talking to strangers. Others become aggressive. In many cases a person's normal sense of judgment seems to desert them. Because they lose their inhibitions and judgment some people exhibit sexual behavior in public.  As the disease progresses language is affected. The person may become obsessional, repeating patterns of movement and behaviors like hand washing, or repeating whatever is said to them. There is often an oral fixation, which can lead to people overeating and to putting objects other than food into the mouth. 
Dementia relating to other illnesses: Parkinson's disease, Huntington’s disease, Down’s syndrome, HIV related dementia Transmissible Dementia's 
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker disease, Kuru. Treatable conditions, Chronic sub-dural haematoma, Cerebral tumour 
Normal pressure hydrocephalus, Vitamin deficiency, Endocrine disorders (thyroid gland), Infections, Anoxic disorders, depression, high fever, dehydration,poor nutrition, bad reactions to medicines, or a minor head injury


(Eye) Myasthenia gravis
- weakness of the eye muscles, difficulty swallowing, slurred speech, difficulty with breathing, muscle weakness, blurred or double vision, unstable or waddling gait, weakness in arms, hands, fingers, legs, and neck, change in facial expression, shortness of breath

There are 2 common types of muscle pain syndromes - fibromyalgia and myofascial pain. 
Fibromyalgia : Circulatory System-Mitral valve prolapse,Rapid/fluttery/irregular heartbeat/heart attack-like pain Digestive System-
Weight gain/loss,Abdominal cramps, colic Bloating/nausea/abdominal cramps, Appendicitis-like pains, Carbohydrate/chocolate cravings, Irritable bowel Endocrine System-
Sweats, Thick secretions, Swollen glands Immune System- Sore throat,Allergies, mold/yeast sensitivity. Lymphatic System- Nail ridges and/or nails that curve under, Visual and audio effects/falling sensations before sleep (called "sleep starts" , Night driving difficulty, Earaches/ringing/itch, unexplained toothaches, Sensitivity to ld/heat/humidity/pressure changes/light/wind. Mottled skin, Hypersensitive nipples/breast pain, Fibrocystic breasts, teeth grinding, Bruise/scar easily. Muscular System- Diffuse swelling, Muscle twitching, Childhood growing pains, Stiff neck, Difficulty swallowing, Drooling in sleep, Dry cough, Low back pain, Morning stiffness "Traveling" nocturnal sinus stuffiness: Painful weak grip that may let go:, Thumb pain and tingling numbness, Weak ankles: Lax, pendulous abdomen, Upper/lower leg cramps,  Tight Achilles tendons, Groin pain, Tight hamstrings, Sciatica, Problems going down stairs, Buckling knee, Problems climbing stairs, Shin splint-type pain, Heel pain, Handwriting difficulties, Sore spot on top of head, Problems holding arms up (as when folding sheets): Numbness/tingling on the outer thigh , Carpal tunnel-like pain in wrist (watchband area):. Balance problems/staggering gait, Restless leg syndrome, muscle movements and jerks at night, Feeling continued movement in car after stopping, Feeling tilted when cornering in car, First steps in the morning feel as if walking on nails, 
Pressure of eyeglasses or headbands is painful Nervous System-Post nasal drip, Runny nose, Tearing/reddening of eye, drooping of eyelid, Sensory overload Reproductive System- Loss of libido, Menstrual problems and/or pelvic pain, PMS, Impotence, Painful intercourse, Stress incontinence, anal/genital/perineal pain Respiratory System
Shortness of breath Urinary System Urine retention, Urinary frequency, Brain and Nervous System- Difficulty speaking known words, Directional disorientation, Fatigue, Headaches/migraines,  Light and/or broken sleep pattern with unrefreshing sleep,  Loss of ability to distinguish some shades of colors, Sensitivity to odors, Short-term memory impairment, Panic attacks, Depression, Confusional states, Tendency to cry easily Free-floating anxiety, Mood swings, Unaccountable irritability, Trouble concentrating, 
"Fugue"-type states (staring into space before brain can function), Inability to recognize familiar surroundings, Delayed reactions to "overdoing it"

(GERD)Gastroesophageal reflux disease. The esophageal sphincter  relaxes at the wrong time or doesn't properly close and refluxes pushing the food back up before digestion. It can refux up to 2 to 12 hours and tends to be worse after meals. Causes wet burps or wet hiccups, regurgitation or vomiting, especially after meals. At night, choking or wheezing, if the contents of the reflux get into the windpipe and lungs. In Kids:  Vomiting and fussiness after feeding. Adults: heartburn, stomach, and chest discomfort

Hepatitis (Spirochaeta hepatitis) causes loss of appetite,  weight loss, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. The liver may also become enlarged as a result of the inflammation.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Bloating, abdominal pain, and discomfort. (Some people have hard, difficult-to-pass, or infrequent bowel movements. straining and cramping when trying to have a bowel movement but cannot eliminate any stool, or  eliminate only a small amount). (Some people have diarrhea, which is frequent, loose, and  watery stools. They frequently feel an urgent and uncontrollable need to have a bowel movement.) (Some alternate between constipation and diarrhea.) ( Some find that their symptoms subside for a few months and then return, while for others it is a constant worsening of symptoms.)

Candida ‘candidiasis’, ‘candidosis’ or ‘moniliasis’. System Imbalance (yeast overgrowth or Thrush)a type of white fungus commonly infecting  the skin. There are are least five different species and they live in harmony within our bodies. When our system becomes imbalanced they may flourish in excess, causing terrible problems. Candida albicans problems are most often in the lining of the mouth, anus and genitals, and seen as white candida that causes itching
  Manifestations of yeast overgrowth : - Poor attention -Hyperactivity - Anger -Mood swings - Irritability -"Spaciness" "foggy" thinking - Memory problems -Depression, anxiety, sudden mood swings, lack of concentration, headaches, drowsiness. - constantly feeling fatigued - sugar craving - White coating on tongue -White patches in the mouth and fissures at the corners of the mouth -Severe itching sensation of the skin -Skin irritation in the folds of the skin, such as in the groin area or under the breasts; white pustules may be present -Dry mouth and tongue, cracked tongue, bleeding gums -Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs)
-Painful and frequent urination -Vaginal burning, itching, or painful intercourse -Vaginal discharge with a “white, cheesy” appearance -Unusual menstrual cramping
-Difficulty swallowing -Indigestion or heartburn -Abdominal pain, bloating, or gas, acid reflux -Constipation, diarrhea, or mucus in the stool -Muscle and/or joint pain and swelling -Ulcers -Fever -Retinal abscess (As a defensive cellular reaction to a Candida yeast infection within the eye's retina, pus collects inside an inflamed tissue pocket, which may permanently damage vision. There is much you can do to remove the cause. There are medications that will quickly stop the over growth. There is much you can do to maintain a balanced system, including not giving the candida sugars to feast  on. See Intestinal flora

Immune dysfunction syndrome  (CFIDS)Yeast syndrome, yeast related syndroms:Chronic Fatigue, immune dysfunction Syndrome, candida Albicans syndrome — candidiasis — monilia (yeast infection) — myalgic encephalitis(ME)Epstein-barr syndrome — food Allergy — Environmental illness — sick Building syndrome — ecological Illness — chemical sensitivity — Allergic tension fatigue syndrome — hyperactivity syndrome —Attention deficit disorder — Dyslexia — asthma — Hypoglycemia — post flu syndrome —  mercury toxicity  — heavy Metal toxicity.  Symptoms of CFIDS are commonly misdiagnosed as neurotic or psychosomatic. There are no specific laboratory tests to confirm a diagnosis. Research each. Keep a record of where you were at when the symptoms started. Go elsewhere for six hours to see if the symptom disappears. Increase your immune system. ( If possible, consult with a holistic naturopathic who will pinpoint minerals, vitamins, and what each organ needs to rebalance itself. They will suggest areas to improve lifestyle that will support a healthier immune system. This saves you time and frustration during the period of time when you are feeling sick. Later you will have more energy do do your own research.) If just one thing can be lessened the quality of your life will be increased


Crohn's disease are abdominal pain, often in the lower right area, and diarrhea. Rectal bleeding, weight loss, and fever may also occur. Bleeding may be serious and persistent, leading to anemia 
Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic local or regional musculoskeletal pain disorder that may involve either a single muscle or a muscle group. The pain may be of a burning, stabbing, aching or nagging quality. Where the patient experiences the pain may not be where the myofascial pain generator is located. This is known as referred pain. Some factor prompts the development of a "trigger point" that, in turn, causes pain. In addition to the local or regional pain, people with myofascial pain syndrome also can suffer from depression, fatigue and behavioral disturbances, as with all chronic pain conditions. 
People with myofascial pain experience chronic muscle pain that can worsen. Signs and symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome may include: Area of tension in your muscle that may feel like a knot or tight spot. Deep, aching muscle pain Pain that persists or worsens. Muscle or joint stiffness. Limited mobility. Weakness. Clumsiness. Lack of coordination. Difficulty sleeping due to pain

Lupus:Vague symptoms, Extreme fatigue, Malaise, weakness,Unexplained fever, Chills, Arthritis, Joint pains, Finger numbness, Butterly skin rash, Kidney problems, patchy hair loss, chest pain on deep breaths,Rapid breathing, Raynaud's phenomenon, Swelling, Swollen glands, Mouth and nasal sores, hand rashs, Migratory joint pain, Ankle swelling, Neurological disorders; Headaches, Dizziness, Memory problems, Trouble thinking, Vision problems, seizures, Paralysis, Stroke, Behavioral symptoms: Personality changes, Depression, Psychological problems:Paranoia, Hallucinations, Mania, Schizophrenia, Fever, Weight loss, Hair loss, Aching, Weakness, Anemia, Intermittent abdominal discomfort and pains, Chest pain from deep breaths, Pleurisy, Episodic flares and remissions, Poor finger and toe  circulation, Leg swelling, Swelling around eyes, Repeated miscarriages, Pleurisy, Vasculitis, Leukopenia Thrombocytopenia, Cardiovascular disease
Myocarditis, Endocarditis, Pericarditis,Enlarged spleen, Enlarged lymph nodes, Anxiety, Hallucination, Convulsions, Recurrent fever,  Chronic leg ulcers, Nail bed scarring, Fingertip scarring , spleen, liver and lymph node enlargement Hypertensionchanges, Slow speech, Low volume, Monotone, Difficulty speaking
Loss of fine motor skills, Difficulty writing, may be small and illegible, Difficulty eating, Difficulty with any activity that requires small movements,Uncontrolled, slow movement, Frequent falls, Decline in intellectual function (may occur, can be severe),A variety of gastrointestinal symptoms, mainly constipation.

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms:
Weakness,Numbness,Tingling sensations, Balance problems, stumbling,Depression,Blurred vision, Fatigue Bladder problems,Slurred speech,Dizziness,Bowel problems,Cognitive difficulties
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) long-term illness, and without treatment, symptoms typically come and go over time. Anxiety: If you don't perform the ritual, you may have immediate anxiety or a nagging sense of incompleteness. Obsessive thoughts: Fear of .... Over concern about... Constantly thinking of certain....a preoccupation,Constant need for... Compulsive behaviors  Frequently repeating same action, rituals,
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Bloating, abdominal pain, and discomfort. (Some people have hard, difficult-to-pass, or infrequent bowel movements. straining and cramping when trying to have a bowel movement but cannot eliminate any stool, or  eliminate only a small amount). (Some people have diarrhea, which is frequent, loose, and  watery stools. They frequently feel an urgent and uncontrollable need to have a bowel movement.) (Some alternate between constipation and diarrhea.) ( Some find that their symptoms subside for a few months and then return, while for others it is a constant worsening of symptoms.)

Paranoia  - Paranoia  is a disturbed thought process characterized by excessive anxiety or fear, often to the point of irrationality and delusion. (lack of B1)

Parkinson Symptoms: Muscle rigidity,Stiffness,Difficulty bending arms or legs, Unstable, stooped, or slumped-over posture,Loss of balance,Gait (walking pattern) changes,Shuffling walk, Slow movements,Difficulty initiating any voluntary movement, Difficulty beginning to walk, Difficulty getting up from a chair, Small steps followed by the need to run to maintain balance, Freezing of movement when the movement is stopped, inability to resume movement, Muscle aches and pains (myalgia), Shaking, tremors (varying degrees, may not be present), Characteristically occur at rest, may occur at any time, May become severe enough to interfere with activities, May be worse when tired, excited, or stressed, Finger-thumb rubbing (pill-rolling tremor) may be present, Changes in facial expression, Reduced ability to show facial expressions,"Mask" appearance to face, Staring, May be unable to close mouth, Reduced rate of blinking ,Voice or speech 

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Tender, warm, swollen joints- Symmetrical pattern of affected joints -Joint inflammation often affecting the wrist and finger joints closest to the hand, ot  neck, shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, ankles, and feet. One or some.-Fatigue, occasional fevers, a general sense of not feeling well -Pain and stiffness lasting for more than 30 minutes in the morning or after a long rest.-Symptoms that last for many years

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