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Are you worried because you feel tired or feverish post Covid and are looking for helpful long-term Covid recovery tips? Read on! I’m here for you!
Covid has undoubtedly been a pandemic that sent the world into chaos. Looking on the brighter side, the pandemic seems to have taken a quiet turn and said goodbye.
However, that’s not the case with its effects on patients.
We have been continuously hearing patients complain about fever, tiredness, cough, and other long-term symptoms of Covid, even when they are no longer testing positive for the Coronavirus disease. Mild to moderate Covid-19 doesn’t last for more than two weeks in maximum cases.
So what is affecting people even after their body is no longer testing positive for Covid?
If you’re also suffering from the long-term effects of Covid, you’re suffering from Long Covid, so this blog is for you.
Here we will talk about:
I’m writing this article because I’m a bestselling wellness author – with over 2 million books sold.
I am also the founder of The Anxiety Cure Online Course – and a nationally recognized Master Mindset Coach.
I love to share insights and strategies to help people to live their happiest and healthiest lives. So I decided to put together this article to help people who feel tired or feverish post Covid and offer long-term Covid recovery tips.
Long Covid is a term coined by the World Health Organization to describe a post-Covid-19 condition where the Covid symptoms persist or return three months after a person becomes ill from infection with SARS CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Long-Covid has been linked to several long-term side effects, which may include any of the following:
It can be challenging for patients to deal with the impact of Long Covid. For some people, the effects can interfere with their daily lifestyle and functioning and can lead to problems such as anxiety, depression, and difficulty returning to work. The effects can be severe for others, ranging from acute and chronic illnesses to troubled breathing or chest pain.
If you’re struggling to cope with Long Covid, you may want to consider visiting a private Long Covid clinic. These clinics offer specialist treatments and support to help you recover from Long Covid and get your life back on track.
At a private Long Covid clinic, you’ll receive a comprehensive assessment from a team of experts. They will use this assessment to develop a bespoke treatment plan for you, which may include a combination of medication, physiotherapy, and psychological support.
Consulting a private Long Covid clinic will give you the much-needed professional help and can be helpful for patients. I hope that these tips will help you recover from the long-term side effects of Covid.
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