E130: Lyme Brain and Neuroinflammation With Dr. Kevin Conners


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The underlying cause of brain fog is inflammation. Dr. Conners and nurse practitioner Cindy cover the basic principles of what is brain inflammation, where it originates, and ways to improve it. Lyme disease, toxins, and autoimmunity can all play a role in this debilitating symptom. Some people describe brain fog as "thinking through mud" or a true disconnected, hazy feeling, making simple tasks difficult to accomplish.

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Dr. Kevin Conners graduated with his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1986 (though he practices only under his Pastoral Medical License) and has been studying alternative cancer care for over 20 years. He also holds AMA Fellowships (through the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine) in Anti-Aging Medicine, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, and Integrative Cancer Therapy. He is also in the process of earning the same in Botanical Medicine.

Dr. Conners has authored numerous books including, “Stop Fighting Cancer and Start Treating the Cause”, “Cancer Can’t Kill You if You’re Already Dead”, “Help, My Body is Killing Me”, “Beating Chronic Lyme”, “You’re Crazy – and other foolish things doctors tell patients needing brain therapy”, “Lyme Brain”, “The 3 Phases of Lyme”, “Is Hell the Only Difference”, and “23 Steps to Freedom”.


- What are the symptoms to look for?

- Origin of Brain Fog?

- Association with GI Dysbiosis?

- Inflammatory markers to follow?

- Stress and it’s association to neuroInflammation.

- Does detoxification reduce neuroinflammation?

- What else can be done?

- Are there certain supplements that reduce neuroinflammation?

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