I am a Lyme Disease
sufferer. I was a very healthy man at almost 48, an outdoorsman, very active, and literally able to out walk and out work most men half my age. I worked long days and could still run by the end of the day. When I was first being checked out for this, my doctor said that I was healthier than most twenty year olds.
English: This photograph depicts a white-footed mouse, Peromyscus leucopus, which is a wild rodent reservoir host of ticks, which are known to carry the bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi, responsible for Lyme disease. During their larval stage, Ixodidae, or “hard ticks” feed on small mammals, particularly the white-footed mouse, which serves as the primary reservoir for B. burgdorferi. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)