Lyme disease on rise in US and its homeopathic treatment …

Lyme disease on rise in US and its homeopathic treatment …

Lyme disease on rise in US and its homeopathic treatment ...

Lyme disease on rise in US and its homeopathic treatment …

The u.s. Department of health reminds residents that “deer tick” (Black-legged tick) who makes that Lyme disease is already running. As small as a pinhead can transmit the disease still immature character. He hoped more character of mild winter, and the direct or indirect consequences of global warming can increase the prevalence of Lyme disease. With the unexpected warm weather early in the last few weeks the world in action well ahead of schedule. And with flies, mosquitoes and other interesting insects, even deer tick away underground.

Lyme disease is an inflammatory disease caused by a pint (Borrelia burgdorferi), which is transmitted by ticks, usually initially characterized by flulike symptoms, including fever, followed by a rash, joint pains and headaches. If left untreated, the disease may lead to chronic arthritis and nerve dysfunction and heart.

Lyme disease in 1975 was identified and named after old Lyme (Connecticut).

Lyme disease on rise in US and its homeopathic treatment …

Lyme disease is the most common disease of vectoral transmission in the United States. Only in 2002, reported 23.763 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an increase of 40% more than the number reported in 2001. According to the CDC exceed the actual number of cases due to underreporting and constraints in 200,000 Lyme disease surveillance methods. CDC statistics show that the majority of the cases of Lyme disease occurs in children from five to fourteen years of age or older and more than 50 percent of cases of Lyme disease with the participation of children under the age of 12 years. Although reported cases of Lyme disease in 49 of the 50 States, more than 95 percent of cases occur in only 12 States: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Minnesota and Wisconsin. In the United States and the Pacific Northwest region of the Great Lakes also have a higher incidence of Lyme disease. The disease also occurs in Scandinavia, continental Europe, the countries of the former Soviet Union, Japan, China and Australia.