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Some studies show that nearly 1 in 5 adults who had COVID-19 still experienced at least one continuing symptom months after testing negative. This is what’s referred to as long COVID. Patients with long COVID continue to suffer from symptoms like fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, chest pain and headaches after recovering from the initial infection.
These symptoms can be debilitating, making it difficult for patients to go about the most basic activities of life, such as getting dressed, showering, and going to work. There’s good news, there are treatments and lifestyle changes that we can implement to get your health back.
It’s important to work with a licensed medical professional for any diet and exercise changes during long COVID to make sure you’re not putting too much stress on your body and are eating foods that properly fuel your body and help it recover. Certain medications and supplements have also been shown to improve outcomes.
Dr. Rodarte and her team of medical professionals at Activated Health & Wellness have been treating COVID patients throughout the pandemic while staying on top of trending protocols that promote healing. They have the experience and knowledge to customize a plan for each patient to better their odds of moving on from COVID and getting back to enjoying their lives.
If you’ve been suffering with long COVID and are ready to get back to life, contact us for a consultation today.
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Long COVID FAQs
What is long COVID?
Long COVID is a term used to describe the condition where people who have recovered from COVID-19 continue to experience symptoms for weeks, months, or even years.
What are some common symptoms of long COVID?
The symptoms of long COVID can vary widely, but some common ones include fatigue, shortness of breath, chest pain, difficulty concentrating, headaches, and muscle aches. Frequent infections because of a lowered immune system is also common with what’s called gut dysbiosis (changes in the GI microbiome).
Is there a specific treatment for long COVID?
Because the types and severity of symptoms vary widely from patient to patient, there is no one treatment for long COVID. That’s why it’s important to work with a medical professional that can customize a treatment plan for you. This plan may include diet, light exercise, non-prescription pain relievers for muscle aches, and inhalers or breathing treatments for shortness of breath.
How long do symptoms of long COVID usually last?
The duration of long COVID symptoms varies from person to person, but some studies have suggested that up to 30% of people who have recovered from COVID-19 experience symptoms for more than six months.
How can I reduce my risk of developing long COVID?
The best way to reduce your risk of developing long COVID is to live a healthy lifestyle and optimize your health. There are natural ways to do this and we promote this lifestyle to prevent all chronic diseases.
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