Exhaustive Research Endeavors Aim to Combat Long COVID
Scientists don’t know for sure what causes Long COVID, but the prevalence of the condition and the lack of answers has increased research studies looking for answers.
ClinicalTrials.gov currently lists 386 trials under the search term Long COVID and comments that there is a desperate need for effective long COVID treatments.
COVID 19 is a coronavirus. The coronavirus has one very important component – a spike protein. It's the key player responsible for how the virus enters your body's cells.
A study published in PubMed, a national library of scientific literature, shows evidence that spike proteins can cause inflammation and damage to cells and tissues throughout the body. This damage can lead to a variety of Long COVID symptoms, including fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, and muscle pain.
Scientists are also studying how spike proteins can cause Long COVID symptoms in different ways. One way is through the production of antibodies. Antibodies are proteins that the body produces to fight infection. However, in some cases, antibodies can attack healthy cells and tissues, causing inflammation and damage.
Another area of research is how spike proteins can affect the nervous system. Spike proteins have been found in the brains of people with long COVID. This suggests that spike proteins may be involved in the neurological symptoms of long COVID, such as brain fog and fatigue.
This research provides important insights into how Long COVID can develop, what post-pandemic factors cause it, and how those who have it can be helped to regain their health.
By understanding the causes, scientists can develop more effective treatments and improve the lives of those who are living with this condition.
The Holistic Approach to Post-Pandemic Health Factors
Dr. Freddie Ulan, founder of Nutrition Response Testing® has been actively researching this topic. Many N.R.T.® practitioners are reporting that upwards of fifty percent of their patients now have symptoms caused by post-pandemic factors. This is not surprising, as the CDC recently stated that one in five American adults who have had COVID-19 have Long COVID symptoms.
As a result of Dr. Ulan’s research, the Nutrition Response Testing analysis has been updated to specifically address Post-Pandemic Factors that may be impacting your health and correcting them with safe and natural means so these factors do not get in the way of attaining and maintaining optimum health.
Rather than relying on guesswork to address your Long COVID symptoms, it is highly recommended to collaborate with a holistic practitioner like Dr. Karl R.O.S. Johnson, DC, who possesses comprehensive expertise in the field of Long COVID. Dr. Johnson can thoroughly assess your body and precisely determine which specific foods and supplements will effectively aid in your healing process using N.R.T.®. You can call our office to schedule an appointment at 586-731-8840.
See your Nutrition Response Testing practitioner right away to benefit from this incredible updated procedure.
Always remember one of my mantras., "The more you know about how your body works, the better you can take care of yourself."
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ALL THE BEST – DR. KARL R.O.S. JOHNSON, DC – DIGGING DEEPER TO FIND SOLUTIONS
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*Nutrition Response Testing is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body to assist a practitioner's assessment of underlying causes of ill health. This system is considered a form of integrative, complementary or alternative medicine and is used to provide information to a practitioner who is responsible for properly evaluating their client. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.