Justin Bieber Lyme disease is the most common disease caused by ticks in the United States, and with the climate crisis it may become even more common.
Fever, chills, body aches, swollen lymph hubs, neck solidness, brevity of breath, migraine, weariness and a rash are on the whole ordinary side effects of Lyme disease.
At the point when you get bit by a tick, you will commonly observe a little red knock that may resemble a mosquito nibble. In any case, three to 30 days after the fact, if a rash appears and grows from that red zone and looks similar to a bull’s-eye, that is a sign you may have Lyme disease.
Specialists will call this rash erythema migrans. Frequently it will grow gradually. It’s not regularly bothersome or agonizing, however the zone may feel a little warm when you contact it.
Somewhere in the range of 70% and 80% of individuals with Lyme disease build up this rash, and a few patients create it at more than one area on their bodies.