I'm sensitive to heat and cold.
I'm aware that people use Rife machines to treat Lyme and other illnesses, but I don't know a lot about it. I've never used one myself. In her books, Hulda Clark discusses using them for parasites and cancer, I believe.
From what I understand, a few decades ago, doctors were diagnosing Lyme left and right, and since it's so difficult to fully treat, insurance companies didn't want to pay for treatment, in turn prompting doctors to diagnose it less. That leaves us where we are today.
Secondly, some of the doctors on the front lines have been trying to get the CDC to listen to their research, experience, and information for years, but the CDC continues to ignore them most of the time. Ritchie Shoemaker discusses his battle with the CDC in his book, Desperation Medicine.
Also, the army has the most accurate tick dispersal information, because they don't want their people getting Lyme during boot camp. For some reason, the army and the CDC do not communicate with each other.
Best wishes for good health!