The significance of underlying intracellular stress in chronic, rheumatic and neurological disorders

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich
Dear colleagues,
Over the last two years one particular parasitic stress has increasingly caught my attention for the following reasons:
1. its frequent appearance with chronic diseases, especially those belonging to the neurological field of diseases
2. the problems associated with treating it
3. the extraordinary success achieved by treating it carefully but systematically.
I am talking about all the intracellular stresses and, in particular, Lyme disease. Let us turn to this condition for a moment.

Lyme disease was first recognised in the United States in 1975 following a mysterious outbreak of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis near the community of Lyme, Connecticut. The rural location of the Lyme outbreak and the onset of illness during the summer and early autumn suggested that the disease was transmitted by ticks.
The active substance for Lyme disease was discovered by Willy Burgdorfer in 1982. Burgdorfer isolated spi...

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