Finally found a Naturopathic Doctor!

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Maverick6981
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   Posted 1/16/2018 5:28 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm very excited! I have an appointment scheduled for this coming Monday with a ND in my area. All of the other ones I tried getting had waiting lists of up to a year long!? I feel really good about this. I'm attacking this thing with all I have. I finally feel that this is the year that I will successfully eradicate Lyme and whatever coinfection(s) I have!

PeteZa
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   Posted 1/16/2018 5:36 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh my gosh this is so awesome! I am anxious for you.

By the way, I love your website. Is that you? What a glorious part of the country, Colorado. My sis lived there for years and I loved visiting.

Maverick6981
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   Posted 1/16/2018 5:41 PM (GMT -6)   
PeteZa said...
Oh my gosh this is so awesome! I am anxious for you.

By the way, I love your website. Is that you? What a glorious part of the country, Colorado. My sis lived there for years and I loved visiting.


Yep, that's me! I created the YouTube channel to remember the mountains I've climbed since my memory has been deteriorating from Lyme. That was back before I knew there were solutions! Now I keep it going because it ended up taking off. Thank you for the compliment! And yeah, Colorado is gorgeous. It's just very expensive to live here lol

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   Posted 1/16/2018 5:46 PM (GMT -6)   
I think California is more expensive.....

When hubby and I go up to about the 8,000 foot level near Lake Tahoe, we both joke about sucking O's when we do any activity. I can't imagine 14,000 feet. Went to Pike's Peak when I was about 18 - too long ago to remember much except for the magnificent views.

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   Posted 1/16/2018 6:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Happy you found an ND in your area, and wishing you the best of healing and soon!!!

Take care, Jo

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   Posted 1/16/2018 6:04 PM (GMT -6)   
Love Lake Tahoe my sister in law has a cabin on Echo Lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Beautiful country for sure.

Maverick6981
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   Posted 1/16/2018 6:07 PM (GMT -6)   
PeteZa said...
I think California is more expensive.....

When hubby and I go up to about the 8,000 foot level near Lake Tahoe, we both joke about sucking O's when we do any activity. I can't imagine 14,000 feet. Went to Pike's Peak when I was about 18 - too long ago to remember much except for the magnificent views.


Pikes is a beautiful mountain. Katharine Lee Bates wrote America the Beautiful after standing on the summit of Pikes Peak. It definitely takes awhile to get used to the altitude. I managed to climb 30 of the state's 58 14,000' peaks with Lyme. My goal is to climb all of them. Really trying to live the metaphor of climbing mountains. :D

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   Posted 1/16/2018 6:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Maverick6981 said...
I managed to climb 30 of the state's 58 14,000' peaks with Lyme. My goal is to climb all of them. Really trying to live the metaphor of climbing mountains. :D


How is that even possible?!? I get winded walking to the mailbox. No joke!

However you do it, I'm happy that you're able to do so. Keep up the good work!

The Dude

Maverick6981
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   Posted 1/16/2018 6:37 PM (GMT -6)   
The Dude Abides said...
Maverick6981 said...
I managed to climb 30 of the state's 58 14,000' peaks with Lyme. My goal is to climb all of them. Really trying to live the metaphor of climbing mountains. :D


How is that even possible?!? I get winded walking to the mailbox. No joke!

However you do it, I'm happy that you're able to do so. Keep up the good work!

The Dude


It's very tough and I definitely notice it at the higher altitudes. But I refuse to let Lyme ruin my life so I'm out there pushing on with pure will power. I just need to get rid of this brain fog, fatigue, depersonalization/derealization and I will feel like I have my life back.

The Dude Abides
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   Posted 1/16/2018 7:16 PM (GMT -6)   
Maverick6981 said...
The Dude Abides said...
Maverick6981 said...
I managed to climb 30 of the state's 58 14,000' peaks with Lyme. My goal is to climb all of them. Really trying to live the metaphor of climbing mountains. :D


How is that even possible?!? I get winded walking to the mailbox. No joke!

However you do it, I'm happy that you're able to do so. Keep up the good work!

The Dude


It's very tough and I definitely notice it at the higher altitudes. But I refuse to let Lyme ruin my life so I'm out there pushing on with pure will power. I just need to get rid of this brain fog, fatigue, depersonalization/derealization and I will feel like I have my life back.


Good for you, man! Until four years ago, I mountain biked, hiked, sprinted, did push-ups, pull-ups, kettlebells, etc. Unfortunately, that all went out the window. Whereas I could one perform 50 consecutive push-ups, I might be able to perform 1-2 on my knees. I miss the outdoors, moving my body, and working-up a sweat. Keep doing what you can, but be sure to also listen to your body! I'll be cheering you on, Maverick!
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