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Lyme Disease: Misunderstood, Misdiagnosed & Mistreated

This is an emotional and educational seminar about the journey of Lyme through the eyes of a chronic Lyme survivor.  Lyme is a disease of opportunity and affects those with compromised immune systems.  But, it is also an opportunity to take a sour moment in life and turn lemons into lemonade.  You will learn about the physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of Lyme and how you can prevent Lyme from taking over your life!

If any of the items below resonate with you, then this is the perfect seminar for you to attend!

  • You want to educate yourself on Lyme disease so you can protect yourself and your family

  • You’ve felt a little “off” lately, but can’t explain it

  • You’ve been diagnosed with thyroid issues, low levels of vitamin D, low levels of magnesium, anxiety, depression, ADHD or are just feeling a little “off” lately

  • You’ve been sick and bounced around from doctor to doctor with all tests results showing nothing is wrong

  • You suspect you have Lyme disease, but are struggling to get a definitive diagnosis

  • You’ve been recently diagnosed and wondering what to do next to regain control of your health

  • You’d like to understand the struggle of Lyme and ways you can help others with the disease

Nelson Mandela said, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”  Join us to educate yourself about the seriousness of Lyme disease and how you can prevent it from taking over your own life!  

And for those going through the struggle, don't give up! Continue to push through so you can one day turn lemons into lemonade!!! 

About the presenter:  Jaclyn O’Brien is a Lyme survivor, advocate, and entrepreneur, who launched KeyLyme™ to give people the “keys to preventing Lyme.”  She created an All Natural Insect, Mosquito & Tick Repellent as a way to bring greater awareness of Lyme and to educate on ways to prevent the disease from taking over your life.  Click here to read more about KeyLyme and Jaclyn’s story.

Jaclyn continues to be involved with the Lyme community and serves as the Marketing & Development Advisor for the National Capital Lyme Disease Association (NatCapLyme), leads the NatCapLyme - Loudoun County Chapter, hosts monthly Lyme disease support group meetings, and leads a Lyme Connect Group through the Community Church to reach and support those going through Lyme.