Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a condition that can make you feel drained, sluggish, and may lead to a lack of motivation. Whether it’s from the bite of an infected tick, dealing with the symptoms, or not getting timely treatment, Lyme disease can impair cognitive function, decrease productivity, and impact overall well-being.

You might have Lyme disease if you have:

General weakness or lethargy
Difficulty concentrating or remembering information
Red rash (often in a bull’s-eye pattern)
  • Bite from an infected black-legged tick
  • Spending time in wooded or grassy areas
  • Having pets that can carry ticks into the home
  • Not using tick repellents or protective clothing
  • Persistent tiredness, even after rest or sleep
  • Muscle and joint pain or stiffness
  • Irritability or mood fluctuations
  • Reduced motivation or interest in usual activities
  • Take prescribed antibiotics as directed by your doctor
  • Eat foods rich in essential vitamins and minerals to boost immunity
  • Exercise regularly, as tolerated, to maintain strength and flexibility
  • Find healthy ways to manage your stress levels
A photo of a woman's leg with the typical bull's-eye rash associated with Lyme disease

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