What About Persistent Viral Symptoms That Last for Months?

Most people become infected with coronavirus and recover in ten to twelve days. Most of those have no symptoms, or they are very mild. What happens when a few people have mild to moderate symptoms for weeks or even months? … Continue reading

What are the Side Effects of the Coronavirus Vaccine?

Thousands of COVID-19 vaccines have been rolled out to the public in the past week or so. A few, very few people have reported side effects. What are they? COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects https://www.healthline.com/health-news/9-things-everyone-needs-to-know-about-the-covid-19-vaccines#What-are-the-known-side-effects-of-the-coronavirus-vaccine? The most common side effects of … Continue reading

Coronavirus Still a Neurological Threat to Survivors?

I read headlines this morning that over 80% of the hospitalized COVID-19 patients experienced neurological symptoms. That caught my eye and I read further. The symptoms experienced were headaches, dizziness, impaired sense of taste, and smell. I thought these symptoms … Continue reading

Natural Options to Treat Headaches

A headache is something that more than 90% of us experience in our lives. There are four primary types of headaches – tension, migraine, cluster, and occipital. This article will discuss the most common type – tension headaches. Each of … Continue reading

What You Should Never Ignore

Just a few years ago one of my brothers passed away from a stroke. The doctor told us that it was so massive that he was probably dead before he hit the floor. His body was alive, but the brain … Continue reading

Returning to Normal – Myth?

I spent three weeks on vacation recently. I returned home and expected everything would return to normal in just a day or two. It hasn’t. However, in pondering the return to normal, I decided that it may never happen. We … Continue reading

A Tree That Fights Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Many of us are tired. We seem to live a lifestyle that overloads us with self-inflicted demands and the drama of others. A little over three percent of Americans have a disease called myalgic encephalomyelitis. It is also known as … Continue reading