Hypnosis help for Covid long haulers
I’ve been offering Medical Hypnosis help for Covid long haulers since June 2020. According to a WebMD article written by Dennis Thompson, “About 33% of COVID-19 patients who were never sick enough to require hospitalization continue to complain months later of symptoms like fatigue, loss of smell or taste and “brain fog,” University of Washington (UW) researchers found.”
Most of the people that I have met with Covid long haulers syndrome were seemingly healthy, active people prior to testing positive with Covid. The age ranges of these clients were as young as 14 the oldest one so far is 46.
People with long haulers who are using Medical Hypnosis have reported to me that hypnotherapy has helped them in their recovery. Among these people, Medical Hypnosis is being used to:
- Reduce stress and anxiety
- Overcome fear of these symptoms
- Reduce physical pain
- Reduce/eliminate brain fog
- Increase and improve fine and gross motor skills
- Improve quality of sleep
- Improve ability to taste and smell
- And other physical and mental challenges.
With each of these situations, Medical Hypnosis is used in conjunction with their healthcare professionals and several were referred to me for Medical Hypnosis by their primary physician or by their physical therapist.
Give me a call now and find out how Medical Hypnosis can benefit you! 760-219-8079
Almost a third of people with ‘mild’ Covid-19 still battle symptoms months later
Nobody is sure what percentage of people who’ve been infected with SARS-CoV-2 go on to develop post-Covid syndrome.
A new research letter published Friday in the journal JAMA Network Open is shedding new light on the condition. Researchers from the University of Washington followed 177 people with laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection for up to nine months — the longest follow-up to date. Notably, this group included 150 outpatients, who had “mild” disease and were not hospitalized.
They found that 30% of respondents reported persistent symptoms. The most common were fatigue and loss of smell or taste. More than 30% of respondents reported worse quality of life compared to before getting sick. And 14 participants (8%) — including 9 people who had not been hospitalized — reported having trouble performing at least one usual activity, such as daily chores.
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