LPC Long-/Post-COVID Help
The long-term health effects of COVID-19 include impairments in physical and mental health that limit daily functioning and quality of life. Reported symptoms vary widely. They may occur singly or in combination and may last for varying lengths of time. A uniform clinical picture of Long COVID does not yet exist.
The most common long-term health effects of COVID-19 include fatigue, fatigue and impaired exercise tolerance (fatigue), shortness of breath, concentration and memory problems, sleep disturbances, muscle weakness and pain. Mental health problems such as depressive symptoms and anxiety are also commonly reported. Other possible long-term consequences, which may occur only after the acute phase of the disease, are a deterioration in lung function and further complications in other organs, such as inflammation of the heart muscle, kidney and metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus (diabetes), and thromboembolism (blockage of a vessel by a blood clot). Furthermore, the loss of the sense of smell and taste is very frequently reported.
The chip contains information and frequencies designed to promote/support rapid recovery, of long-term impairments caused by COVID-19.