This section is dedicated to pain relieving therapies that have been used by Lyme patients with varying degrees of success. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.
Types of Therapies, Massages, and Relaxation Techniques:
(in no particular order)
Steam Sauna and Ozone Sauna
Please check out Pain – Therapies
for a more comprehensive list of things to try.
Full body relaxation massage technique. Known to be good for relaxation, tension, circulation, oxygenation, and decreasing muscle toxins.
You undress to your comfort level and cover up with a blanket. You remain covered the entire time. (Mostly that means bottom underwear or completely unclothed. But, do whatever makes you comfortable. Note from author: I like to wear socks, my feet get chilling in the winter.)
Suggestion for those that are new to massage: the people at your local massage parlor want you to have a good experience. Please talk to them about what type of massage experience you would like; are you there for relaxation only? do you have a lot of problem areas? or just a few? would you like a light, medium, or deep pressure massage? You may want to start with a “relaxation massage” and see how you like it.
Massage Envy definition of Swedish massage:
“a method of relieving pain or curing illness by placing needles into a person’s skin at particular points on the body.” – http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/acupuncture
More information on acupuncture:
Raindrop Messenger aroma therapy technique:
It is a collection of essential oils used on the spine. It is said to draw out impurities. (It is said that Lyme patients have a tendency to SEE the technique working. The spine area will redden.)David Stewart, Overcoming Disease with EssentialOils
Raindrop Messanger Website:
defined my Merriam-Webster as:
” 1. to engage in contemplation or reflection.
2. to engage in mental exercise (as concentration on one’s breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness “- http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/meditate
You will need an area of quiet will you will not be disturbed for a while.
Tips to try:
- Go to YouTube.com and look for Guided Meditation.
- Then, when you do not need the guided version anymore, try YouTube again for beach sounds or other types of white or pink noise.
- Consider a white noise machine.
- Consider downloading music or white sounds onto your device especially for your meditation time.
- There are apps available for your mobile device that will help you remember to meditate daily.
- Consider meditating outside.
- Consider buying a guided video. Sometimes you can find them at the big name stores, Walmart, Targert and the like.
Amazon Guided Meditation Videos:
Steam Sauna and Ozone Sauna:
Steam Sauna, opens up the pours and detoxes the body, relaxes the body, and oxygenates.
Ozone Sauna, added to the steam sauna to add extra purification. Good for circulation and pain.
More on Steam and Ozone Saunas:
Youtube Video showing how to set up your Ozone Sauna:
It’s the healing power of oxygenation on many bodily ailments, conditions and diseases. Uses; anti-inflammation, healing, disinfecting, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal. How it’s used? You name it! It’s injected, irrigated, infused, breathed in, used in a sauna, applied topically… so on. How do you get it done? On your computer, search your area for places that do it. Research it more! Lots of stories with different prices and insurance culpability. We suggest you research your options and then check with your physician.
Really NICE blog on all the different types of Ozone therapy:
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