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Liz D
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Being treated in Seattle for lyme and bart, nearly 2 years, been feeling good physically and mentally. Just had 3 weeks horrendous work stress and feel like I have moved backwards - exhausted, roving pains are back, cranky as hell, prickling skin etc etc blah blah herx type stuff. I wonder if its really possible that stress can do all this. I could just cry
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Absolutely. This is not a herx, but more like a relapse. Obviously we are not good at handling stress, so take it easy and detox as much as possible.
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Shahbah - yes, relapse maybe a better word. Spent a good part of the weekend in bed. Work stress seems impossible to get a grip of - cant seem to get any control back as yet. phew - its been a very rough ride
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Liz D, I spent most of my weekend resting too:-) And don't forget that crying can be part of the detox:-)
Take it easy.

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