The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in an array of health challenges, one of which is the lingering ailment known as Long COVID. Individuals affected by Long COVID often report persistent symptoms like anxiety, insomnia, and olfactory dysfunction. These can occur well beyond the acute phase of the infection. In the quest for effective treatment, the […]
Although the COVID-19 pandemic is thought by many to be “over,” there is a significant portion of the population that is still suffering from its effects. These individuals are people who contracted COVID-19 at least once but still continue to experience symptoms related to the initial infection. This condition has come to be known […]
While the effects of Covid are generally well-understood, the long-term ramifications of the viral infection are less well-understood. Recently, there has been an increase in attention on “Long Covid,” or the lasting symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Dysautonomia is a serious condition affecting the autonomic nervous system, which controls all of the body’s involuntary functions, including heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, and bladder control. Dysautonomia can cause various symptoms, depending on which systems are affected.
Heart rate variability (HRV) is the time interval between each heartbeat. It is not simply changes in heart rate overall but a measurement of beat to beat variability. HRV monitoring is a helpful method of understanding how your nervous system responds to stressors in your environment.
Are you one of the many people who still suffer from long-term symptoms of COVID-19 even after the initial illness has passed? If so, a stellate ganglion block (SGB) for long COVID may be an effective treatment option for relieving your prolonged health issues.
Are you struggling with the aftereffects of COVID-19 for long periods of time? You may be one of the many people who are suffering from “Long COVID,” which is defined as symptoms that persist or recur over several weeks – even months – after recovering from the virus.
COVID-19 has been a trying and difficult experience for many. For those who contract the virus, the journey of recovery is one that can take both mental and physical strength—there may also be long-term effects to contend with afterward too.