In chronic Lyme disease, with or without the coinfections of babesia and bartonella, it is common to have nerve injury. In this video and written article Marty Ross MD discusses the steps you can take to repair the tingling, numbness, and pain that occur in this condition. These steps include
- treating infections,
- repairing nerve cell and mitochondria power plant membranes,
- increasing the master cell repair antioxidant glutathione,
- increasing the nutrient Coenzyme Q 10 (Co Q10),
- taking acetyl l carnitine if you do not eat red meat, and
- decreasing inflammation.
Treat Your Infections
The three major infections seen in Lyme disease (borrelia (Lyme), bartonella, and babesia) can lead to nerve injury. Of these borellia and bartonella have a greater chance of causing this condition. For information on treating the infections see: A Lyme Disease Antibiotic Guide, Kills Bartonella: A Brief Guide, and Kills Babesia: A Brief Guide.
Marty Ross MD Discusses Neuropathy Repair.
The video is a recording from our webinar Conversations with Marty Ross MD.