Lyme Gift Guide: Seven Distinctive Presents

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Are you or a loved one suffering from Lyme disease? Then read on for my 2020 Lyme books and sleep aids gift guide! Long after the holidays, the gifts will keep on giving.

Lyme Books Guide

Lyme Gift Guide Idea: Over the Edge Novel

Over the Edge: A Novel by Brandilyn Collins

This was the first full-length Lyme book that I read. In fact, I listened to the audio version of this thrilling medical mystery as I awaited the results of my Lyme tests.

“Wow!” I thought. “This author really knows what it’s like to have Lyme!” I later discovered she had battled the debilitating disease too. 

I recommend it to readers who enjoy suspense or want to learn more about the Lyme wars or what it’s like to have Lyme. Click here for the Kindle, here for the paperback, and here for the audiobook.

Lyme Gift Guide Idea: Conquering Lyme Disease

Conquering Lyme Disease: Science Bridges the Great Divide by Brian A. Fallon, MD and Jennifer Sotsky, MD

This is my current Lyme disease read, and I’m loving it! Authored by a team of seven doctors and researchers, it’s chock-full of scientific data. Besides, it’s beautifully packaged in a hardback book with plenty of pictures.

I recommend this authoritative book to doctors, researchers, Lyme patients, and their loved ones. Click here for the Kindle and here for the paperback.

Lyme Gift Guide: Bitten by Kris Newby

Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons by Kris Newby

How are Lyme disease, biological weapons, and the scientist who discovered Borrelia burgdorferi connected? Read this fascinating book—which is part memoir, part biography, and part medical research—to discover. 

Click here for the hardback, here for the Kindle, here for the paperback, and here for the audiobook.

Sleep Aid Gifts

Swannies night glasses help Lyme patients sleep better.


Texting, watching TV, and working on your laptop at night can be detrimental to your sleep. Sometimes, though, they’re hard to avoid.

Enter Swanwick’s night glasses. Wear them the last hour or two before bed to block the blue light from your screens and help you sleep better. Click here to get your pair!

Valerian Root helps late-stage Lyme sufferers sleep better.

Valerian Root

I take this herbal supplement every night before bed to help me relax and sleep well. Click here to get Valerian root!

Ease Magnesium helps late-stage Lyme patients sleep better.

Ease Magnesium

Struggling with joint pain, muscle aches, or restless leg syndrome? Spray this magnesium on your neck, shoulders, and any sensitive areas just before bed. Click here to order a spray bottle!

Sleep Smarter

I recommend Sleep Smarter for late-stage Lyme patients.

When I was battling undiagnosed, late-stage Lyme disease, this book helped me get my life back. I recommend it to anyone struggling with sleep issues, whether Lyme-related or not. 

Click here for the hardback, here for the Kindle, and here for the audiobook.

Want more help with the sleep issues that often accompany late-stage Lyme disease? Read “My Insomnia Solution: Becoming a Sleep Geek.”

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