COVID Long Hauler

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Long Hauler (LH) COVID 19 also known as Post Acute COVID Syndrome (PACS) as classified by the CDC (Center for Disease Control). It is estimated that about 30% of people who had COVID 19 are now suffering months after the acute illness from Long Hauler.

It has also been documented in the research thus far that there is no correlation with severity of COVID and the propensity to develop the chronic symptoms.

We know that there will be a need for holistic therapies and modalities that can help the huge number of people projected to be affected by the LH or PACS in the future.

Long Hauler or Post acute syndrome seems to be similar to what holistic providers have been dealing with for years such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), myalgic encephalitis (ME), fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) and chronic post viral syndromes.

The causes of FMS/ME/CFS that have been researched for years include mitochondrial dysfunction [5,7,9-15,52], brain and neurotransmitter issues and autoimmunity as well as other genomic and lifestyle issues.

COVID-19 or SARS COV-2 Virus has affected millions of people worldwide.

Who gets what is a different story altogether with no great answers.

Many studies and scientific papers have been published worldwide about the effects, symptoms and end results of the virus. Earlier in 2021, the syndrome was named PACS or Post Acute COVID-19 Syndrome and it is currently affecting more than 10 million people.

Many symptoms have been documented of acute COVID-19. There are the common cold symptoms of coronavirus, and symptoms of influenza like muscle soreness, high fevers, headaches, joint soreness, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue and shortness of breath to name of few of the more commonly seen ones.

Overall, most people who get COVID recover within a month. Some people (somewhere between 22-30% according to NIH, CDC, and WHO) continue to have symptoms after their initial recovery.

Many of the people who were affected in the first wave of the disease in early 2020 are still being affected by symptoms that continue to hang around. Many who received the jab/shot are now getting COVID again.

The symptoms can linger and may become somewhat chronic.

People who are experiencing posts COVID-19 syndrome have been calling themselves “long haulers” and can be found online and on social media sites as “long COVID-19”, or “post-COVID-19 syndrome”, or “COVID long haulers”.

Symptoms include:

  • Fatigue and Energy symptoms

  • Heart symptoms

  • Digestive symptoms

  • Skin symptoms

  • Nervous system, sleep and mental health

Solutions include:

  • Cellular Energy help

  • Nutrition and nutrients

  • Sleep and mental health

  • hormone balance

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