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Long lasting effects of Covid

· Long covid,natural medicine
As Long Covid is now central to health news I felt it was worth exploring some more. In this article Jennifer Couzin-Franke Goes in to detail about the after effects of COVID  I have pulled out this key information to share. From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists

By Jennifer Couzin-Franke

The list of lingering maladies from COVID-19 is longer and more varied than most doctors could have imagined. Ongoing problems include fatigue, a racing heartbeat, shortness of breath, achy joints, foggy thinking, a persistent loss of sense of smell, and damage to the heart, lungs, kidneys, and brain.

The likelihood of a patient developing persistent symptoms is hard to pin down because different studies track different outcomes and follow survivors for different lengths of time. One group in Italy found that 87% of a patient cohort hospitalized for acute COVID-19 was still struggling 2 months later. Data from the COVID Symptom Study, which uses an app into which millions of people in the United States, United Kingdom, and Sweden have tapped their symptoms, suggest 10% to 15% of people—including some “mild” cases—don’t quickly recover.

A medical herbalist is well placed to help you with your recovery as they will pull on respiratory herbs, herbs for your cardiovascular system, your kidneys, muscles joints and cognitive functions and blend together a tincture or tea to treat your complete list of ailments. And not send you away with a bag full of drugs. In these economically uncertain times you need to be back at work and functioning fully. Give yourself the best chance if you unfortunately succumb to Covid.

Keep this information close to hand and share widely. Do DM if you want to discuss how I can work with you on long Covid. Covid is not going away so you need to prepare.


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