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What is long-haul COVID?

Updated: Jan 13, 2022

Many people have heard the term "long-hauler" associated with COVID in the last few years, but what exactly does that mean?

According to Cleveland Clinic, "One study states that about 10% of people who've had COVID-19 will experience prolonged symptoms one, two or even three months after they were infected. This group, which many refer to as 'long-haulers', is mixed with those who experienced both mild and severe cases. And this condition can affect anyone - young, old, those who were healthy, those who had a chronic condition, those who were hospitalized and those who weren't."

Recent studies have shown that people who suffer from "long-haulers" are complaining of the following symptoms:

  1. Fatigue

  2. Dizziness

  3. Balance issues

  4. Fainting

  5. High heart rate

  6. Blood pressure changes

  7. Mental health issues (anxiety, depression, OCD, etc.)

  8. Vision issues

  9. Gut dysfunction

  10. Sleeping issues

  11. Dysautonomia

  12. Changes in smell

  13. Changes in taste

Dealing with long-hauler syndrome requires a multi-faceted approach.

Our approach allows the individual to improve their health through adjustments, brain-based exercises, as well as proper nutrition through a functional medicine perspective. To us, no two long-haulers are alike.

For individuals who may feel apprehensive coming into our center, we do offer virtual appointments.

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