Walk the Lyme
If you have Lyme disease, you know firsthand the desperation that comes from being misdiagnosed, misunderstood, and misdirected. You need straight answers and real solutions, but all you get is the runaround.
Riding high as a hard-driving entrepreneur in the solar industry, Taylor Nelson contracted Lyme disease in his midtwenties. Spiraling down swiftly, he tried everything to feel like himself again, turning himself into a human guinea pig. He took coffee enemas and gave himself ozone injections. Police officers transported him to a psychiatric hospital (he talked his way out), and he gave sales sermons while on LSD—all because of Lyme. Years of experimentation and determination taught him how to manage a disease that can seem unmanageable.
Candid and raw, Nelson doesn’t hold back. He shares his deeply personal story, what he tried, how it worked, and how to live a full life in the face of a devastating disease.