The Long Covid Self-Help Guide: Practical Ways to Manage Symptoms (Paperback)

The Long Covid Self-Help Guide: Practical Ways to Manage Symptoms By Oxford The Specialists from the Post-Covid Clinic Cover Image


The first practical, accessible self-help guide to managing symptoms of Long Covid

More than 1 million people suffer from Long Covid in the UK (with 400,000 people suffering symptoms for over a year), and many more globally. Yet there is no clear guidance available to the general public, and lots of misinformation out there.

This handbook cuts through the confusing advice. Written by the medical experts working with Long Covid patients at one of the first specialist clinics set up, it is filled with helpful case studies and was written with the involvement of real Long Covid sufferers. The focus is on self-management with a simple, consistent message about improving symptoms.

Each chapter takes a different issue in turn and offers clear, friendly guidance on key areas such as breathlessness, psychological aspects, brain fog, fatigue, returning to exercise and returning to work.

About the Author

The Post-Covid Assessment Clinic, Oxford (also known as the Oxford Long Covid Clinic) was established in 2020. It was one of the first clinics in the UK to assemble the doctors and therapists with the diverse specialities needed to treat Long Covid effectively.

Praise For…

“offers the latest research on how to improve symptoms and help recovery” —Woman's Own

Product Details
ISBN: 9781399402026
ISBN-10: 1399402021
Publisher: Green Tree
Publication Date: September 6th, 2022
Pages: 208
Language: English

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