Recovery from Longhauler's Syndrome

Updated: Jun 23, 2021

Recovery from viral illness is possible through recognizing symptoms and prioritizing your health.



Longhauler's Syndrome has become a common phrase following COVID, with many expressing concerns about prolonged fatigue, brain fog, headaches, depression, anxiety, chest pressure, exercise intolerance, food intolerance, stomach aches, etc. Learn what you can do to heal quickly.


CDC Data on "Longhauler's Syndrome"

An estimated 10% of patients treated for COVID-19 report fatigue, breathlessness, brain fog and/or chronic pain for three weeks or longer. This phenomenon occurs even among patients who had mild cases of COVID-19. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data shows the rate of COVID-19 patients who continue experiencing lingering health problems after recovering from acute COVID-19 may be as high as 45%. Only 65% report having returned to their previous level of health within 14 to 21 days after receiving a positive test result.

“Many of these "long COVID" patients do spontaneously recover — albeit slowly — with holistic support, rest, symptomatic treatment and gradual increase in activity.”

According to the BMJ which provides post-acute COVID-19 primary care guidance, many of these "long COVID" patients do slowly recover "with holistic support, rest, symptomatic treatment and gradual increase in activity."


Our Experience So Far...

Up until this point, we've had many reports of rapid recovery from individuals using a combination of diet, lifestyle and holistic support. To learn what is helping individuals recovery, join the Health Recovery Ministry Private Membership Association for $25 for the year which will give you immediate access to the protocols members are using to recovery their health. While we'd really like to share the information here, many of our colleagues have received letters from the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) for posting the information openly on their websites. In the interest of keeping the information available, we've moved to creating a private membership association in order to protect our community.