You see, I still have muscle twitching, yellow spots in my vision, brain fog and some muscle pain. Though these are symptoms commonly associated with Lyme Disease, they are also indicative of nerve damage and a rampant candida infection. The conclusion is that my body is no longer fighting Lyme Disease. I may have misconstrued nerve damage and candida for a Lyme infection that gave up not too long ago.
There is no accurate or definitive way to truly determine if a person has put their Lyme Disease into remission. In its place are indirect and indifinitive means of determining progress such as kinesiology, cd57 testing, and most importantly, the state of our physical and mental being. A general consensus then is determined from all of these methods.
It's paramount to continue one's Lyme Disease protocol for an additional 2-3 months from the day or time period in which remission is declared to be eminent. This I will do but not without the skepticism that I have truly achieved remission. As I inevitably assist my body in repairing the nerve damage from the years of a malicious infiltration and the lingering presence of candida, I will be watchful and vigilant of any indications, signs or symptoms that Lyme Disease still remains. I will not be fooled.
Remission is a revelation with good reason to exist. It's just seems so unreal that my remaining symptoms are caused by nerve damage and candida, but after adhering to a strict holistic protocol for a little over a year, there exists great understanding and reason for what truly continues to affect me mentally and physically.
I will continue my Lyme protocol for 2-3 additional months. I will amp up my intake of B complex vitamins in order to assist my body in repairing the damage to my nerves and I will follow a strict candida treatment protocol. All in hopes that in a time, not too far from today, I will be normal once more.