A Lyme Success Story!

Layers of Lyme Disease A Recovery Story by Hannah Green www.layersoflyme.com Hannah with best mate, Radar My name is Hannah Green. I’m 41 years old, British and currently live in Sydney, Australia. In my 20s I was very active, riding, sailing and travelling. After back-packing for a year I fell […]

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Lyme Disease: Where Am I At? by Rachel Bowerman

LDUK Social Media Manager, Rachel Bowerman, shares her latest post with us from her blog Blah, Blah, Blog. Ten years have now passed since the initial onset of my Lyme disease symptoms, and I’ve been on a learning journey since I discovered its presence early last year. Lyme disease and […]

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Sophie Ward

Finding Worth When Suffering by Sophie Ward

This month’s guest blogger is Sophie Ward, who is the author of the blog Sophantastic  in which she shares her experiences and reaches out to people with food intolerances, depression, chronic pain, nerve damage, chronic illness, Lyme Disease, co-infections, anxiety and low-self esteem. Her blog is full of stories and tips […]

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Lower Stress in Five Ways by Sarah Jones

Five Ways To Lower Stress Wherever You Are, and Help Your Recovery Many of us feel trapped by the daily rigors, but while we are very often told that the key is to move, or speak up or even, dance, most of us cannot bear the thought of doing these […]

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Natural Health Worldwide

Natural Health Worldwide is a new venture set up by Dr. Sarah Myhill as a ‘gift to patients’. In this guest blog, the NHW team share their philosophy behind the new service and fill us in on how to access the portal service. At LDUK, we don’t recommend or endorse […]

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‘Finding Joy’ by Morven-May MacCallum

Author Morven-May MacCallum shares her guest blog with LDUK which was first published on the Short Books and Scribes website. Morven-May has recently released ‘Finding Joy’, a novel inspired by her own experience of living with Lyme disease. “Finding Joy is compelling and beautifully written, providing a telling insight into […]

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Getting Into The Water to Support my Partner, By Ben Bechtel

Ben Bechtel wrote a heartfelt post on Facebook recently about his experience watching his partner Lindsey struggle with Lyme disease. He talks about getting into the water with her, and helping her through the immense difficulties of life with Lyme disease. Thank you for giving us permission to share this, […]

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My Experience with Bee Venom Therapy – by Rebecca Hayward

  Bee Venom Therapy is a controversial alternative treatment used by some patients with Lyme disease. Lyme Disease UK doesn’t endorse any particular treatment and any opinion stated in our guest blog is that of the author. Do not attempt self treatment without precautionary measures and oversight by a medical […]

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Lyme Disease and Art – by Rachel Alban

Rachel Alban is an artist living with Lyme disease in the North of England. In this guest blog post she discusses her illness and the effect it’s had on her art. You can find out more about her work from her website. http://www.rkalbanart.co.uk/ ‘When life gives you lemons, make lemonade’. This […]

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Val Kellaway

A Mother’s Nightmare with Lyme Disease by Val Kellaway

Lyme disease often has a devastating effect on patients, but it also deeply affects friends and family. Val Kellaway recounts hers and her daughter’s nightmare with Lyme that lead them to setting up the charity LymeAid UK. A Mother’s Nightmare with Lyme Disease In August 2011 my only daughter Sophie, […]

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