Lyme Disease & Mold Toxicity Nearly Killed Her in Her Teens

Bethany can not remember a time in her life when she wasn’t sick. Seizures, depression, suicidal attempts, severe noise sensitivity, chronic pain and demonic hallucinations took over Bethany’s life. She felt like she was going to die.

Bethany’s Battle With Lyme Disease and Mold Toxicity

As a teenager she tried to commit suicide because her life was spiraling out of control. Battling mental illness, severe chronic pain causing screaming fits and noise sensitivity so crippling that sound would send her into a seizure. Bethany struggled to find something normal in her short life. After years of visits with other physicians, therapists and a mental hospital, she came to us.

Diagnosis at Sponaugle Wellness Institute

For her entire life, Bethany struggled with debilitation symptoms. She was diagnosed with depression, chronic pain, migraines, seizures and more. She tried traditional medicine as well as homeopathic treatments. They even left their home.

  • Anxiety
  • Depression

  • Chronic Pain

  • Migraines

  • Seizures

  • Insomnia

  • Noise Sensitivity

  • Stomach Issues

  • Bruising

  • Hallucinations

  • Vision Issues

  • Vision Loss

  • Weight Loss

Co-Occuring Disorders are often found in patients suffering from Lyme Disease. Bethany was diagnosed with Lyme Disease, Mold Toxicity and Metal Toxicity

Lyme Disease
Mold Toxicity
Metal Toxicity

Bethany’s Exit Interview After Completing Treatment

“Im sitting here smiling,” Bethany says in her exit interview. In her early twenties now, Bethany reflects back on her lifelong struggle with the side-effects of co-occuring Lyme Disease and Mold Toxicity. In her emotional interview she candidly exposes the most intimate, terrifying moments in her life. From suicidal attempts, to hallucinations so terrible she believed demons were on her shoulders, Bethany is putting that behind her and now on the road to recovery. She is smiling, laughing and aspiring to become the young woman with the promising musical career she was supposed to be. Please watch her inspiring testimonial and exit interview here.

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Unfortunately treatment is not covered by insurance.