If you’ve already recovered from COVID-19 infection but still experiencing some physical or psychological symptoms on and off, you are not alone.
For many people, the end of acute COVID infection is only the beginning of another difficult experience: Long COVID.
– According to studies, about 33% of COVID-19 patients develop long-haul symptoms like fatigue, brain fog lasting for months, even if they had mild illness or no symptoms from COVID, and now no longer test positive.
– Women are more likely to suffer from Long COVID Syndrome compared to men.
– Post-COVID symptoms includes a wide range of health conditions. Common symptoms include Tiredness or fatigue, Brain fog, Cough, Rashes, Fast heart rate, Joint or muscle pain, Digestive symptoms and abdominal pain, Allergic symptoms, Changes in menstrual cycles, and so on.
Dealing with long-haul symptoms or post-viral fatigue after COVID infection can be frustrating. Getting back to your previous energy levels can be also challenging, but there are ways to help with your body’s healing.
In today’s video, we will talk about
(1). The Link between Long COVID and Persistent Inflammation
(2). Quercetin’s Benefits for Long COVID (anti-viral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory)
(3). How to Consume Quercetin to Get the Benefits
Introduction – 00:00
#1. The Link between Long COVID and Persistent Inflammation – 01:09
#2. Quercetin’s Benefits for Long COVID – 03:20
#3. How to Consume Quercetin to Get the Benefits – 06:54
Outro – 08:30
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