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Old 05-09-2007, 04:42 PM #41
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Buttons,

It's hard to attribute any improvements specifically to salt/vitamin c since I am taking many other things as well. I believe the sea buckthorn products are helping me a lot too.

Overall, I am feeling less tired. My joints don't hurt especially much any more. I notice it most in my fingers. I think the salt/vitamin c along with Ionic Fizz Magnesium Plus and self massage have resulted in relaxing muscles in my neck and back and hips that have been sore and very tight for years. I don't slur my speech and my thinking is clearer. My memory is only somewhat improved. I think my hair loss has slowed quite a bit, although from time to time it increases for a while (due to the cyclical nature of Lyme?) My overall mood is much better.

I don't notice that my feet get extremely cold right after taking salt/vitamin c. I don't know what could cause that.
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Here is a great resource for Lyme disease information:

http://www.canlyme.com/
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Hi - I'm new here and I have a question. Has anyone with chronic lyme had burning in their head? I have had a nerve conduction test and doc says I have small nerve fiber neuropathy. I also have burning that kind of flicks around anywhere on my body. Been tested for lyme a few times and waiting to here again if I have it.
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I don't think it is good for Lyme disease sufferers to consume alcohol. This was Wildcondor's experience (See the link to Wildcondor's story on my post to the Lyme Update Thread) This is my experience. I have been getting better for the past 8 days or so using sea buckthorn in addition to my regular supplements. Last night I had about 9 ounces of wine (Being gluten intolerant, having a couple of glasses of wine on Friday evenings is a special treat). This morning, the numbness on the left side of my face was definitely worse that the day before.

It makes sense. Among other things, Lyme disease produces neurotoxins that are bad for your brain, your nerves and your liver. Alcohol is also a neurotoxin that is bad for your brain, your nerves and your liver.

I guess I will just have to give up alcohol in addition to gluten and dairy

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Is Gluten Intolerance common with Lymes? I have been diagnosed with a gastritis that is associated with Celiac, (since tick bite) so have helped it by reducing wheat and gluten so far.
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Hi Corky,

Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups.

I'm afraid your post may be overlooked here on this really old info thread plus the member that you have quoted made that post back in 2007.

Perhaps you could make a new thread in the main part of this forum.

http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/ne...newthread&f=91
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You could also ask on the

Gluten Sensitivity / Celiac Disease Forum
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