Within the framework of its Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery (RECOVER) Initiative, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has launched clinical trials to assess potential treatments for Long COVID.
The study aims to cover medications, biologics, medical devices, and various therapeutic approaches. As well intentioned as these trials are, there have been concerns raised regarding the prospects of attaining meaningful and effective outcomes.
The NIH trials focus on several key Long COVID symptoms:
- Fatigue and “Brain Fog”: Long COVID often leaves individuals struggling with extreme fatigue and reduced cognitive ability.
- Lung function: A persistent shortness of breath and coughing are common symptoms of Long COVID.
- Cardiovascular and Cardiopulmonary Symptoms: This is an area of concern due to the reported instances of heart palpitations and chest pain.
- Mental and Emotional Health: The NIH Trials are investigating therapies such as counseling, support groups, and mindfulness techniques to improve psychological well-being in Long COVID patients.
Concern Over Effective Results
Although these NIH clinical trials mark a substantial advancement in comprehending and addressing Long COVID, the complicated nature of the condition must be taken into account.
Long COVID does not present the same way for everyone. Its symptoms, and their severity, can greatly differ from one person to another. This makes the probability of achieving a successful outcome unlikely.
The Holistic Approach
The holistic approach to healing addresses each person as an individual and seeks to discover the underlying cause of their health issues. Long COVID is no exception. The barriers to healing that may be affecting the symptoms are most likely different from person to person.
Dr. Freddie Ulan’s recent research into post-pandemic factors has uncovered several barriers to healing that can be addressed with Nutrition Response Testing® and used to help the body heal. This testing takes a very personal approach and addresses each patient as an individual. Master Clinicians of Nutrition Response Testing are reporting excellent results with this protocol.
By testing a person’s nutritional status, this method helps identify deficiencies, imbalances, and barriers to healing that could contribute to health issues, including those associated with long-COVID.
As of November 2023, the Nutrition Response Testing analysis has been updated to include specifically, checking if the Post-Pandemic Factors may be a barrier to an individual's health. Those affected by those factors are then corrected via safe and natural means so that these barriers to healing do not get in the way of an individual attaining and maintaining optimum health.
For more information on how Nutrition Response Testing can help you, contact our office and schedule an appointment to be checked out. 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.
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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.