Friday, March 27, 2009

A very very late book review

First I want to apologize to Bryan Rosner. Many many months ago (maybe even a year?) Bryan sent me a book he had written called The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments. I immediately read it when I received the book, but failed to write my review. Have I mentioned Procastination is my middle name?

Without further ado, here is my review about the book:

When I first read this book, I was impressed about how throughly Bryan covers different treatments of Lyme Disease. Anyone who knows someone who has Lyme Disease or has it themselves knows that there is no one treatment for everyone. It definitely isn't one size fits all. In discussing all of these options, Bryan gives hope to those who have failed to get better.

I also felt like I could relate with Bryan. He is very knowledgable about Lyme Disease not only because he has done research, but because he has battled Lyme Disease- and won!

I feel like I gained a lot of knowledge from reading Bryan's book. When I first received the book I was very confused about what I was up against. It was early on in my treatment and I had so much information coming at me from doctors, the internet, other books, ect. I felt like Rosner's book included most of what you need to know and made it easier to understand than many books I have read.

I strongly suggest The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments for anyone who is dealing with Lyme Disease. It will help you better understand the different treatment options you have. If you are like me, you will feel empowered and hopeful after finishing the book.

Thank You Bryan Rosner for putting together such a complete, informative guide to treating Lyme Disease. It is a treasure to the Lyme community and will help many people.


Jennifer said...

Hi Lauren (I'm going to assume you're NOT the Lauren I've been talking to on FB ... and if that's wrong ... Ooops).

My name is Jennifer and I have a couple of Lyme blog called Living the Lyme Life & Praying for Lymies. The first is of my Lyme journey & personal life. The second is a blog especially for praying for Lymies! I hope you will stop by.

NotMe said...

Thanks for the heads-up about this book, Lauren. Does it deal with co-infections, too? More precisely, I'm curious about whether or not it deals with inevitable juggling of treatments for co-infections and Lyme. Never a dull moment, is it?

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