Lyme Disease and IV Hydration

In warm, humid climates, ticks are virtually unavoidable, lurking in wooded and grassy areas from backyards to public parks. A bite doesn’t take much; a few seconds off the beaten path or a picnic in the grass might be all you need to come face to face with a terrifying medical condition.

Despite the pain and inconvenience of a tick bite, the reality of the situation may be far worse. Many deer ticks that live within the United States carry Lyme disease, a potentially debilitating condition that, when left untreated, can be devastating.

The Reality of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is transmitted through tick bites, stemming primarily from those that feed on deer, mice, raccoons, opossums, and skunks. With prevalence in much of the country, this unique threat poses risks to both children and adults, especially those who spend prolonged periods of time outdoors in warm weather. In order to contract Lyme disease, a tick much latch onto the skin for 24 to 48 hours, which is why most doctors suggest examining the skin for ticks immediately after the possibility of exposure.

Initial Lyme disease symptoms are similar to the common flu, including chills, fever, stiffness, fatigue, and muscle weakness. In 70% to 80% of cases, a very pronounced rash called erythema migrans forms, starting small and growing into what looks like a large bullseye, with an inner red patch surrounded by an outer ring.

Untreated Lyme Disease

When caught early, Lyme disease can be easily cured with antibiotics, but when the condition goes untreated, severe symptoms can develop. Many patients report complaints of extremely painful and swollen joints, neurological symptoms like temporary paralysis of facial muscles and a stiff neck, and cardiological conditions, like an irregular heartbeat.

Lyme disease presents itself differently from patient to patient, making symptoms challenging for doctors to diagnose. In addition, many patients mistake common symptoms for a cold or the flu, even when tick bites are present, and willingly choose to forgo treatment. As such, many cases of Lyme disease develop into serious conditions each year, causing devastating side effects in patients around the country.

Seeking Effective Treatment

Photo courtesy of Instagram @yolanda.hadid

Photo courtesy of Instagram @yolanda.hadid


In general, a course of antibiotics is used to treat Lyme disease. However, untreated cases may have progressed too far to respond to standard forms of treatment. In these cases, doctors must try alternate methods, generally by providing a combination of antibiotics and vitamins designed to eliminate symptoms and destroy the disease.

Common treatments include vitamin C and the use of glutathione, an antioxidant that supports phase one and phase two liver detox that has proven effective in revitalizing immune system function and relieving neurological symptoms associated with chronic infectious diseases. Generally given by IV, these kinds of supplements can spur positive responses in patients, leading to alleviation of painful symptoms.

Despite the largely unknown nature of chronic Lyme disease, the devastating effects have made recent headlines, raising awareness for the pain and anguish this condition can cause. Model Gigi Hadid announced in March of 2016 that her mother, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Hadid, is suffering from untreated Lyme disease that has left her so affected that she is unable to read or watch television. Doctors are working tirelessly on a treatment for her condition and symptoms, but Yolanda’s progress has been slow and painful.

RevitalIV and Lyme Disease Treatment

For those suffering from serious pain related to untreated Lyme disease, finding an appropriate approach to medical care can be extremely challenging. IV hydration and supplementation is a groundbreaking development in Lyme disease treatment, offering a new and revolutionary way to fight back against chronic illness by treating both the underlying infection and painful symptoms.

Dr. Rosselli, the Director of Anesthesiology at Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, FL and the founder of RevitalIV, has dedicated years to refining chronic illness treatment practices. His proprietary IV hydration and supplementation formulas have proven effective in a wide number of applications, ranging from athletic injury to debilitating physical conditions, providing a unique approach to managing pain and associated symptoms.

“Far too many practitioners ignore chronic Lyme disease, leaving patients in a vulnerable position with nowhere else to turn. We take these kinds of conditions very seriously,” Dr. Rosselli explains. “Instead of diminishing the significance of symptoms, RevitalIV will work with patient’s practitioners to treat chronic Lyme disease with personalized IV treatments. By customizing doses of vitamin C, glutathione, and other vitamins, we can provide effective support for each patient using our system.”

With the ability to balance medications, antioxidants, and vitamins based on patient symptoms and prognosis, RevitalIV is able to offer unparalleled benefits to those suffering from a wide range of chronic conditions. By focusing on treatments proven to offer relief for those suffering with untreated Lyme disease, the RevitalIV team can provide the support you need to help you recover.

If you or anyone you know is battling against the serious side effects related to chronic Lyme disease, please call 561-406-2202 or visit the RevitalIV website to learn more about what this revolutionary treatment can do for you.