Debbie Gibson Battling Lyme Disease

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When Debbie Gibson traveled to Chile for two sold-out shows, had a great idea: I would share pictures and videos of concerts in your blog, thought it was the best way to communicate with their fans.
But the response was not exactly what they had expected. The total lean Gibson had lost, making fun of his fans skeletal Look online even more weight. "Some were just mean and ignorant," she says.
The response inspired Gibson to a health problem that has experienced to be clarified.
"Last year I was diagnosed with Lyme disease," he writes in his blog. "It is a disease that is hard to believe how many other things, masquerades, creating a lot of pain and discomfort."

"The first signs in the form of food sensitivity came," he continues. "I realized that I do not touch sugar, starch, caffeine, certain oils, etc., without feeling a severe reaction, such as electricity through my body."
Then came the nerve pain and muscle fatigue. He wondered if she was cute. According to Gibson, his doctors tested for "everything under the sun" – with the exception of Lyme disease.
She continued to deteriorate. "I ate a lot of protein and fat to try to keep the weight off on a € |.. Yolk, red meat, whatever, but the weight fell off and I had a gaunt appearance and sinewy"
Numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, which she felt was "very troubling for a pianist and dancer, to say the least." The tingling was followed by night sweats, fever, nervous tremors, nightmares and migraines.
Your relatives were concerned about your weight loss. "Sometimes my friend would insist I eat some pasta and butter, although I'm not very good," she says. "'You need to gain weight," he said. My spine was fragile and unprotected. "
Alarmed by her haggard appearance, Gibson says she tried Botox to smooth deep wrinkles on the forehead. "Both the trauma of the needle and the toxin itself devastated my physical and mental state. 'Career never this or another poison in my body for vanity reasons again."
"Five days after the treatment, I had my friend a text message and he realized that he was mixing my words. Had problems with directions and driving was horrified.."
Gibson says he. Finally a "Lyme-literate doctor" who began to treat the disease "I remember sitting in his office, discouraged," she says. "'I'm here somewhere," he said in tears at this point, my thinking was influenced cognitive â € | .. My sense of direction, sleep, mood, stamina, muscles and joints and I had this deep under the eyes and dark circles the eyes. "
The doctor has Gibson in an intense round of antibiotics and other medications. As you have mentioned your body to the treatment, says he normalized Gibson.
"In fact, I feel like I'm back," she says. "We all face challenges, and I learn a lot from those who I'm facing. No disease in the body, to keep the spirit of the walk, pouring love and nothing can stop the music!"