My son and I both get Lyme rages. What I have been told is that they are worse when a person's inflammation is worse. So, if I have eaten badly or missed my supplements, or not detoxed in a few days then I am more likely to have an episode. Our primary treatment for Lyme is a R.I.F.E. machine and if my son goes more than one week without a treatment, I can see that his worsen, too.
So - the question becomes how to reduce inflammation? Detoxing, eating a "clean" diet, taking something to absorb toxins (we use Shilajit), and drinking good clean water.
If we stick to these guidelines we both feel much better and the rages are greatly reduced. The problem is that my son is 19 and he wants to do what his friends are doing, so staying up late, eating fast food, smoking cigarettes, etc. I stay on him about his supplements and he is really good about the detox baths. He is starting to realize that he feels better is he uses the R.I.F.E. machine regularly so he is getting better about sticking to his treatment schedule. So I am happy with progress.
DX in 1994 - SLE, myositis, firomyalgia, sjorgens, raynaud's, elevated ANA, lymphadenopathy.
Postive IgG and IgM 2009. Daughter and son also have Lyme.