Just because there are dangers in this world doesn’t mean you need to change what you do — just how you do it. This May, National Lyme Disease Awareness Month invites you to enjoy the outdoors like you always would, but also to be aware of the risks involved and how to avoid them.
Some common symptoms of Lyme disease include fatigue, neck stiffness or pain, jaw discomfort, joint aches, memory loss, vision problems, and fainting. However, by covering up exposed skin, using insect repellant, and periodically checking for ticks, you can enjoy all of your normal outdoor activities. Don’t let Lyme disease ruin your adventures. Simply educate yourself on the subject and act accordingly to eliminate the problem right from the start.
Here’s your guide to National Lyme Disease Awareness Month.