Tips For Long COVID Recovery

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Most COVID-19 patients experience symptoms lasting a few days to one or two weeks. But for others, the effects may continue long after they test negative.

This is also known as long COVID. While it can manifest in many forms and levels of severity, the most common indicator is the unusual duration. However, the lines may blur when you’re trying to identify whether your symptoms are a result of long COVID, or if you’re just having a really bad cough.

Common long COVID symptoms

The first step to understanding your medical condition is recognizing its symptoms. Some common symptoms to look out for include:

  • Fatigue
  • Shortness of breath
  • Troubles with memory or concentration, or “brain fog” 
  • Dizziness
  • Insomnia

For many, these symptoms will go away in a few days. Unfortunately, there are others who suffer from more serious effects, such as chest pain, breathlessness, or lasting fevers. If you experience any of these symptoms for a prolonged period of time, please consult a medical professional.

How can I protect myself against long COVID?

It depends on the symptoms you have, but there are many ways to guard yourself from any long-term effects of COVID-19.

Staying healthy and well-rested in your daily life will go a long way. Keeping your immunity in tip-top shape will also prevent you from experiencing some of the more serious symptoms.

If you do happen to experience symptoms for an unnaturally long period of time, here are some simple tips to help with your post-COVID care:

  1. Keep up with your vaccinations

There is no better way to prevent long COVID symptoms than making sure you are vaccinated. Your chances of getting infected in the first place are lowered, and you reduce any long-term effects you may experience from the coronavirus.

  1. Stay well-rested

The first step to post-COVID care and recovery is to get enough sleep. Your body repairs and restores your immune system when you sleep, so make sure you get the appropriate amount of restful slumber.

  1. Boost yourself with nutritional supplements

Supplements give your body the energy it needs to battle the coronavirus, which helps to speed up recovery. It also helps that they come in many forms, such as healthy energy drinks and vitamin tablets.

For example, the Yunker Kotei Solution nutritional drink comes with six different vitamins and traditional herbs to infuse your body with energy. For those experiencing fatigue or stress, the Yunker Super Grand energy drink comes with eight types of herbs and five vitamins to give your body and mind a helpful boost.

Recovering from a cold? The Yunker Super Royal Vitamin & Herbal Drink comes with a potent mix of eleven different herbs for that much-needed burst of energy. You can also try Yunker C chewable tablets that can replenish up to 1,500 mg of vitamin C daily.