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Covid Long hauler Treatment Options

We are seeing extremely high numbers of people suffering from symptoms of chronic Covid long haul. The good news is, we are starting to see people getting relief by addressing the brain trauma that was triggered by the Covid virus. Using a practice that is focused on getting the the brain and body out of the fight-or-flight response. This treatment is a solution for long hauler's experiencing dizziness, chronic fatigue, anxiety, headaches, pain, brain fog, short term memory loss, tinnitus and much more.

Long haul Covid refers to anyone that experiences chronic symptoms for longer than 2 months after the initial onset of the virus. Long hauler symptoms can be frightening and debilitating.

It's been researched and found that the fight-or-flight response can go completely hay wire after a viral illness. And what's frequently overlooked is the brains role in controlling healthy regulation of other symptoms in the body.

When the brain is injured by a virus the focus needs to be placed on healing the limbic system. The limbic system is known as the "feeling and reacting" part of the brain. It's responsible for gathering information about your present environment, and determines if there is a threat and then signals the nervous system, hormones and the immune system to respond. By resetting the "threat alarm" in the brain, the limbic system stops the fight-or-flight response and begins to heal the symptoms.

By practicing daily neuroplasticity exercises (re-wiring the brain and adapt to changes in the environment) and treatments we create new healthy neural pathways. The brain can re-learn to regulate functions in the body. A brain functioning in a "healthy mode" takes a lot less energy than stuck in the "alert mode". This means that all the energy that was being taken for the fight-or-flight survival can now be redirected towards positive and healthy healing of the symptoms. Without the debilitating symptoms of long haul Covid, you will be able to get back to normal life again.


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