What is long-haul COVID?
Yuliya Litvak, a Certified Master Herbalist and wellness coach at KHROM MEDSPA & WELLNESS in Brooklyn, New York, works routinely with patients who have difficulty diagnosing and managing conditions that impact their day-to-day lives. This includes patients who have been affected by long-haul COVID-19 after contracting the coronavirus.
What is long-haul COVID-19?
Long-haul COVID-19 is a term used to describe the symptoms experienced by some people who have contracted the coronavirus. These symptoms can persist for weeks or even months after the initial infection and can range from mild to severe. While most of those who contract the coronavirus will recover within a few weeks, there is a small number of patients who will experience long-term effects.
What causes long-haul COVID-19, and what are the symptoms?
The exact cause of long-haul COVID-19 is still unknown, but it is thought that the virus may trigger the body’s autoimmune response in some people. The body’s immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues, resulting in chronic inflammation and tissue damage. The long-term effects of this damage can include fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, and other neurological problems.
Long-haul COVID-19 treatment symptoms
There is no specific treatment for long-haul COVID-19, but many of the symptoms can be managed with lifestyle changes and medications. If you think you may have long-haul COVID-19, it is important to see a professional at KHROM MEDSPA & WELLNESS to get the proper diagnosis and treatment. Our team provides natural, holistic, and herbal support solutions paired with lifestyle coaching to help patients with long-haul COVID-19 return to a more normal life, even with lasting symptoms.
How do I learn more about long-haul COVID-19?
The KHROM MEDSPA & WELLNESS team is available to help patients who have this condition find a way to restore their life to normal as much as possible. We encourage you to call us at 718-521-2912 to request an appointment at the office in Brooklyn, NY, to seek the diagnosis and treatment of this and other medical conditions.