NEUROPSYCHIATRIC LYME DISEASE AND ASSOCIATED CO-INFECTIONS

NEUROPSYCHIATRIC LYME DISEASE AND ASSOCIATED CO-INFECTIONS

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SURUCHI CHANDRA, MD

Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the United States.  It can remain dormant for years and then later mimic a number of psychiatric illnesses, including anxiety disorders, mood disturbances, psychosis, and autism-like behaviors.  It can be further complicated by the presence of co-infections.  Both the diagnosis and treatment of these infections in the chronic stage can be challenging.  We will review both standard treatment recommendations and integrative and holistic approaches, including dietary changes, herbal medicines, and nutritional supplements.

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