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Covid-19 leads to Nerve Damage

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A new report from the Institute of Neurology at University College London had described cases of brain inflammation, stroke, delirium and nerve damage arising from COVID-19, the clearest sign yet that Coronavirus can cause nerve damage.

The study looked at 43 patients with covid-19 aged between 16 and 85 who were referred to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Whilst those over 50 displayed symptoms of confusion and disorientation, almost all of the participants had some form of neurological complaint from inflammation of the brain and dysfunction of the cranial nerve to a brain abscess and in eight of the patients a stroke.

Interestingly, the research suggests that nerve damage does not come from the virus itself but from an immune response that has malfunctioned, but whatever the cause, Covid-19 is leaving some patients with ongoing symptoms of brain disorders and damage to the central nervous system.

If you have had or suspect you have coronovirus, then ongoing symptoms such as pins and needles in your limbs, hands and feet, numbness, tingling, confusion, headaches and intense heat in the body might suggest that you have some form of nerve damage and need a little help with your recovery.

Whilst traditional medicine might suggest painkillers to relieve the symptoms, Didsbury Nerve Repair Tea can help healing through natural herbs, speeding up the recovery process and reducing the symptoms within a matter of weeks.

Guillain-Barre Syndrome

Other research into the long term effect of Covid-19 has seen patients left with a rare but serious condition known as Guillain-Barre syndrome. This disease affects the central nervous system and it mainly affects the feet, hands and limbs, causing problems such as numbness, weakness and pain.

Although many will make a full recovery, for some, particularly the elderly and those with underlying health conditions, it can be life threatening and leave people with long term nerve damage. Treatment for Guillain-Barre syndrome includes intravenous immunoglobulin or plasma exchange, where donated blood or a plasma alternative helps bring your immune system under control and treatments to aid bodily functions such as a ventilator or feeding tube, such is the serious nature of this condition.

Didsbury Nerve Repair Tea

Didsbury Nerve Repair Tea was created for the very problem of nerve damage. Following a radical course of chemotherapy, Kayhan Egeli found himself suffering symptoms very similar to those outlined above, with numbness, pins and needles and heat in the arms, hands and feet due to the nerve damage cause by the amount of toxins in the body.
Researching herbs to repair damaged nerves, Kayhan soon came across his magic formula based on a mixture of hemp leaf, fewerfew, scullcap, passionflower and Wormwood. Within weeks he noticed a difference and to the doctor's amazement not only made a full recovery but was full of life and energy within months of his treatment, rare for an elderly gentlemen recovering so soon after cancer of the gullet.

Having recently suffered from covid-19 symptoms and being on the Government's list of 'at risk' persons, Kayhan puts his speedy recovery from the virus down to his herbal tea which he continues to drink on a daily basis.

So, if you have or suspect you have had coronavirus and are struggling to recover with ongoing symptoms months after your fever has subsided, try Didsbury Nerve Repair Tea, the natural way to boost the immune system and promote renewal and repair to the central nervous system.

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Events in my own life led me to search alternative medicine to relieve my health problems as traditional medication just wasn’t cutting it. I started looking into homeopathy following a cataract operation in March 2009. Around this time I started getting hiccups on a regular basis. 

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