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Re: BP depression in Spring...

Posted by bleauberry on March 9, 2018, at 13:32:35

In reply to Re: BP depression in Spring..., posted by SLS on March 9, 2018, at 10:53:24

The patterns you describe are consistent with undiagnosed, unsuspected, tick borne infections. You could further explore this hypothesis by documenting your mood at various stages of the moon - most sufferers of Lyme experience their worst times of the month during full moons - but for me it was half moons - but for me it was almost 100% accurate - if I was having an unusually depressed time, I could look up and reliably see a half moon. That was accurate 23 out of 24 months. It is a widely reported phenomenon by Lyme sufferers. I mention this because most people are not aware that Lyme is epidemic or that nearly every patient has difficult-to-treat psychiatric symptoms.

But the point is that recurring patterns are part of the presentation of tick borne infections. It is very often misdiagnosed as bipolar or depression when it isn't either of those. Those are actually just descriptions of clusters of symptoms, not actual diseases.

I would share with you the detailed scientific explanations of why these monthly and seasonal patterns happen, except that the book that does explain it all takes several chapters to do it, and most of it is in scientific/medical language above the heads of most people. But the point is, these patterns have very distinct scientific reasons for their existence.

Psych meds may or may not control your symptoms, as a band-aid may or may not stop the bleeding, but the psych meds are not going to ever cure you, as the bandaid is never going to heal the wound. But we do have a lot of medicines to try to improve quality of life.

Personally I have seen too much real-time real-life success with herbal medicines that it would be a crime not to mention that. I'm not talking herbals for depression. Not St Johns Wort or anything similar. We are talking antimicrobials, antiinflammatories, and antitoxins. Those majorly improve psychiatric symptoms across the entire spectrum, including the seasonal and/or monthly ups and down.

It may sound weird, but in my opinion, the best book on the market to help anybody with any psychiatric difficulties is: HEALING LYME -Natural Healing of Lyme Borreliiosis and the Coinfections Chlamydia and Spotted Fever Rickettsioses - by Stephen Harrod Buhner. You don't have to have Lyme disease to be totally cured by the herbs in this book.




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