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Beyond the Battle: Coping with Lingering Effects of Long COVID

By January 11, 2024No Comments

Long-term COVID is a challenging issue, with severe symptoms that linger after a person has COVID-19.

Scientific studies show that about 30% of people who recover from COVID-19 may experience long-term symptoms. These symptoms can occur regardless of the severity of the initial infection.

Symptoms can vary and affect different body systems, making it a difficult condition to diagnose and manage.

Gender differences

Although both men and women can get chronically infected after COVID, studies show that it affects them differently. This is just one of the issues that create challenges for health professionals when managing this complex disease.

Symptoms in women with prolonged COVID are often associated with those seen during menopause, such as fatigue, joint pain, and cognitive difficulties.

Challenges in managing Long COVID symptoms

Holistic healthcare providers face many challenges in helping their patients cope with the long term of COVID.

Long COVID can cause many symptoms, including fatigue, brain fog, shortness of breath and heart palpitations. This complexity makes it difficult to identify causes and develop effective controls.

Researchers are still investigating immune responses, viral persistence, and autoimmunity as contributing factors. What works for one person may not work for another, requiring a customized and flexible plan.

A new holistic approach

Dr. Freddie Ulan, the founder of Nutrition Response Testing® has been conducting thorough research to determine the underlying causes of the symptoms of Long COVID.

During his early career, he discovered five barriers that could prevent the body from healing. Since the epidemic, practitioners trained in this protocol have seen an increasing number of patients with various symptoms that were not responding as expected to the standard protocol.

Dr. Ulan has identified a sixth stressor associated with post-pandemic factors and Long COVID symptoms. Accordingly, he has updated the Nutrition Response Testing analysis to include a procedure that addresses these factors that may be impacting your health and identifies the nutritional support your body needs to repair itself so you can attain and maintain optimum health.

Dr. Sowerby is a certified Gold Seal Certified Master in Nutrition Response Testing. See him right away to benefit from this incredible updated procedure.

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