New Book Tells the Truth about Lyme Disease and What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know

Overcoming Lyme Disease Book

Overcoming Lyme Disease Book

Overcoming Lyme Disease: The Truth About Lyme Disease And The Hidden Dangers Plaguing Our Bodies ruffles feathers in the medical community.

CHELSEA, MICHIGAN, USA, June 29, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — After suffering for years, and being left to die twice, Jennifer Heath found a solution.

But first, she had to find a diagnosis.

“Overcoming Lyme Disease: The Truth About Lyme Disease And The Hidden Dangers Plaguing Our Bodies” is her new book dedicated to her circuitous journey of medical scare after medical scare. 


“I was undiagnosed for a long time. I had numerous surgeries. After almost dying a few times, I finally found my holistic doctor,” Heath said. “I started documenting what I was going through because I couldn’t believe it.”

The doctors thought she had various forms of cancer. They thought she had osteoarthritis. They thought she had chronic pain. They thought she had a variety of conditions that weren’t the cause of her symptoms. “I had so many health scares that it all seemed surreal,” Heath said.

But once she was diagnosed with Lyme Disease, which she thinks she contracted via a bug bite several years ago, all of her strange symptoms made sense.

“I started a blog to help other people. That helped me start getting my life back. Lyme Disease is the number one pandemic, and it’s going untreated. People are suffering. They need to learn the truth about it. People need to learn how to talk to their doctor about this,” she said.

Heath’s new book, “Overcoming Lyme Disease” not only shares her story, but it is chock full of information that will help anyone struggling with undiagnosed issues talk to their doctor.

This new book is a must-read if you, or a loved one, are struggling with undiagnosed, or misdiagnosed symptoms. Overcoming Lyme Disease is available in digital and paperback versions at http://www.OvercomingLymeDisease.com/book

Jennifer Heath
Positive Healing Publishing
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Source: EIN Presswire