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The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data in June 2022 showing that more than 40 percent of adults in the United States reported having COVID-19 in the past, and nearly one in five of those are currently still having symptoms of long COVID. According to the CDC, post-COVID conditions are a range of new, returning, or ongoing health problems that people experience after first being infected with COVID. While most people get better within a few days or weeks, post-COVID symptoms start emerging at least four weeks after the infection. Anyone who was infected, the CDC said, can experience long COVID. And, according to University of California Davis Health, long COVID can affect anyone – young, old, healthy, and those struggling with other conditions. It has been seen in those who were hospitalized with COVID and patients with more mild symptoms.
Integrative practitioners are uniquely positioned to address the complex, baffling condition of long COVID, as you will read in this resource. For those practitioners who are treating individuals grappling with the impact of this virus, it’s been a long road to understanding – symptoms, approaches, and how to best support their patients, who are often left fearful that they will never get better. However, people are getting better, and practitioners are leading the way to help support their patients from a whole-person perspective as they navigate their way through recovery.
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