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The Podcast by and for Long Covid sufferers. Long Covid is estimated to affect at least 1 in 5 people infected with Covid-19. Many of these people were fit & healthy, many were successfully managing other conditions. Some people recover within a few months, but there are many who have been suffering for much much longer. ​ Although there is currently no "cure" for Long Covid, and the thousands of people still ill have been searching for answers for a long time, in this podcast I hope to expl ...
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Welcome to the Hope and Help for Fatigue and Chronic Illness Podcast. It's our mission to help people that have some really complicated illnesses. People that have post viral syndrome like long COVID and ME/CFS or chronic fatigue. Those that have had toxic exposures like gulf war illness, mold exposures, pesticides and heavy metals. These illnesses can present very similarly, they can actually look the same to your clinician. You may have fatigue, post exertional malaise, foggy brain and man ...
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Time to heal with Lindsay (@lions141) and Stu (@gooastu). A recovery podcast for fellow warriors living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ME and fatigue related conditions, and all the lessons we're learning along the way. We’d love to connect with you so please like, subscribe and follow us @postviralpodcast. Artwork: alexpowell.co.uk Music & production: Stuart Bryan
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Living with ME/CFS and Long Covid and other Chronic Illness or Disability. Follow me while I explore the challenges, the suffering, the darkness and the light while living with a chronic illness or disability. Along the way I will share insights into how I survive, how I struggle, and how I STAY ALIVE. ❤️ ✏️ My ME/CFS Website & Blog: https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs ❓What is ME/CFS? https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs/whatismecfs 👤 My Story: https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs/mystory 📄 ME/C ...
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In this episode, Haylie Pomroy delves deep into the perplexing world of viral reactivation with Dr. Nancy Klimas, Director of the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Dr. Klimas, with her wealth of expertise, sheds light on how dormant viruses can awaken and the different triggers in our environment. This alters lives and challenges our understandi…
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ME/CFS / Long Covid is an ever changing journey and we never know where it will take us. We can do the best we can and no more; After that, we must try to find as much life along the way as possible, knowing that it is fleeting like all else; It slips through our fingers the moment we try to hold onto it. But as it slips through our fingers we don’…
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Episode 126 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Joshua Roman - Cellist, Composer & Curator, as well as Longhauler. We chat through some of the things that he experienced, learned and some of the incredibly inspiring work he is now doing to help others with Long Covid as well as heal himself. Links: Joshua Roman Website "Immunity" Project Your …
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In this episode, host Haylie Pomroy and Dr. Jacqueline Junco explore acupuncture’s healing capabilities in addressing chronic illness. Originating from Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture has been a proven and time-honored practice that taps into the body's natural healing mechanisms, offering relief and balance for people experiencing stress…
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Episode 125 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Peter Burt. Peter has found himself "washed up on a desert island" after floating around in the sea of Long Covid for a couple of years. We talk through a lot of fascinasting stuff, the idea of "not feeling like a man" and how difficult but extremely important it is to ask for help - and then rec…
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In this episode, host Haylie Pomroy sits down with Dr. Richard Deth, Director of the Brain Research and Integrated Nutrition Center at Nova Southeastern University, to discuss the intricacies of metabolic pathways and how oxidative stress can be managed through diet and environmental control. Dr. Deth and Haylie also illuminate the connection betwe…
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Episode 124 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Elizabeth So about East Asian Medicine. We take a deep dive into what EAM is and some of the background to it, as well as how it can help with conditions such as Long Covid - and why! This was such a fascinating discussion - we could have carried on for hours - and one of the biggest takeaways…
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Join Haylie Pomroy, the Assistant Director of the Integrative Medicine Program, as she explores computational biology with our esteemed guest, Travis Craddock, Ph.D., an Associate Professor with expertise in Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, and Clinical Immunology at Nova Southeastern University. Together, they talk about simulating brai…
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Episode 123 of the Long Covid Podcast falls on Long Covid Awareness Day, and also 4 years since I first became unwell. This is my reflections on the last 4 years - Long Covid & beyond. I also did a video for youtube which might be of interest here Episode 94 - my recovery story Support the show ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
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In this episode, Haylie Pomroy and Dr. Annette Fornos explore the transformative power of functional and integrative medicine in managing stress and chronic conditions. Dr. Fornos, with her rich background in internal medicine, shares her journey toward functional medicine, emphasizing its holistic approach to patient care. Dr. Annette Fornos also …
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Episode 122 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes back the wonderful Professor Louise Cummings to talk about her follow-up study into the cognitive & linguistic difficulties in adults with Long Covid and also looking at employment outcomes for those people. This is a hugely enlightening discussion, covering a lot of information - I hope you enjoy it a…
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Are you getting enough nutrition in your food and supplements? In integrative medicine, nutrition plays a crucial role in one’s wellness and overall physical health. But our modern lifestyles and busy schedules have occupied our time that meal planning and cooking are no longer an option. In this episode, Haylie Pomroy engages in an insightful conv…
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Episode 121 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Fatigue Coach Pamela Rose about those difficult conversations that can come up time and time again. We chat through some of her experiences and how they have led her to be able to work with & help people. And we also dive into those difficult conversations - which ones tend to come up most often,…
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In this episode, Executive Director Nathalie Sloane speaks with Dr. Alison Bested, one of our leading physicians at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. They sit down and discuss the importance of validating patients' experiences, especially for those with chronic, debilitating illnesses like myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS), fibromyalgia, an…
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Episode 120 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes the wonderful Dr Mark Faghy back to the podcast for a long awaited catch-up on all the research he's been involved in at Derby Uni, but also info on the first anti-viral Long Covid clinical trial - in the UK, if not the world! https://www.derby.ac.uk/research/showcase/long-covid-research/ Episode #103 …
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If you are interested in joining a Gulf War Illness (GWI) trial, please complete the Recruitment Registry Form. https://redcap.nova.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=Y9YF8JJWJRK8HEKL%20&_gl=1*1fipp18*_gcl_aw*R0NMLjE3MDc5MTgwMzIuRUFJYUlRb2JDaE1JeWNyUXVfcXFoQU1WU1pCYUJSM3AyQWRBRUFBWUFTQUFFZ0s1NWZEX0J3RQ..*_gcl_au*MTg2NjgwMDQ4Ni4xNzA3MTQwNzgx Seeking a medical in…
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Episode 119 of the Long Covid Podcast is a fascinating discussion with Ewa Beldzik and Daniel Gomez about the Long Covid study they are doing involving MRI and mapping the brain during tasks. We dive a load into the study and it's absolutely amazing! A link to enroll in the study And their email for any questions: MGHLCOVID@MGB.ORG For more informa…
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Haylie Pomroy welcomes Denise Kruszynski, a seasoned family nurse practitioner and functional medicine expert, to discuss the transformative care provided at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Denise Kruszynski brings her extensive background in critical care to the forefront of combating chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia and post-COVI…
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Episode 118 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Sarah Myhill about her experiences of working with people with ME/CFS and now Long Covid. We chat through her treatment protocol and some ideas to help that are practical & cheap - an important factor! Dr Myhill's website Books: - chronic fatigue book - paleoketogenic diet - ecological medicen…
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Join Haylie Pomroy as she sits down with Dr. Jacqueline Junco, one of talented physicians in the Institute with a Master's in Oriental medicine, bringing a unique perspective to the table. As each individuals’ condition is complex, exploring alternative treatments in addressing chronic illness can bring immense benefits. This engaging conversation …
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Episode 117 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the wonderful Leela O'Brien about her experiences with Long Covid and what she has learned about herself in the process. A big takeaway from this is the "what can we do" and that we don't need to wait to be healed before trying to find ways to enjoy life, even if they are not what we wanted or ex…
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In this episode, Haylie is joined by Dr. Irma Rey, Assistant Professor at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University and Director of Medical Education at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. With a deep expertise in internal medicine, viral medicine, and a focus on immune deficiencies such as myalgic encephalomyelitis (…
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Episode 116 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Dr Claire Taylor. We take a dive into her previous experience which led her to Long Covid, and also to some of the common trends & useful strategies she is seeing with her patients. Claire Taylor Twitter Claire Taylor Website Claire Taylor Instagram For more information about Long Co…
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Host Haylie Pomroy joins Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner Irina Rozenfeld to delve into the heart of personalized medicine. They explore the importance of therapeutic relationships, the ins and outs of patient-centered care, and the significant impact for clinicians to provide personalized attention. The most skilled physicians and medical practi…
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Struggling with a complex disease can feel like navigating a maze with no exit in sight. It’s a journey of misdiagnosis, confusion, and an intense search for answers. This is the sad reality most patients like you or your loved ones are facing – and we know it well. Our Executive Director Nathalie Sloane has worked tirelessly to carve a path of hel…
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Episode 115 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes back CEO of Dysautonomia International Lauren Stiles to chat about research into Dysautonomia, and how this is relevant to Long Covid. This is a fascinating discussion, which dives back into research pre-Covid that is (or should be) informing research happening now. We also take a look at trials and st…
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Host Haylie Pomroy welcomes a truly inspirational guest, SANARTE Foundation Co-Founder and multi-digital artist Julia Berrios. Haylie and Julia explore the challenges and victories in dealing with chronic disease like fibromyalgia and myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) and the pioneering work being done at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, w…
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Are you ready to take control of your health and destiny? Join host Haylie Pomroy, Assistant Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, as she talks with guest Dr. Lubov Nathanson, Associate Professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. They go into great detail about the …
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In this riveting episode, host Haylie Pomroy of the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine’s Integrative Medicine Program is joined by Dr. Theoharis C. Theoharides. Watch as Dr. Theoharides decodes the mysteries behind mast cells and mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). He also shares actionable advice on how to receive proper diagnosis and treatment…
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If you are interested in joining a Gulf War Illness (GWI) trial, please complete the Recruitment Registry Form. https://redcap.nova.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=Y9YF8JJWJRK8HEKL%20&_gl=1*1fipp18*_gcl_aw*R0NMLjE3MDc5MTgwMzIuRUFJYUlRb2JDaE1JeWNyUXVfcXFoQU1WU1pCYUJSM3AyQWRBRUFBWUFTQUFFZ0s1NWZEX0J3RQ..*_gcl_au*MTg2NjgwMDQ4Ni4xNzA3MTQwNzgx In this episode, Dr.…
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Join Haylie Pomroy as she hosts the Hope and Help for Fatigue and Chronic Illness podcast, brought to you by Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Our Institute is dedicated to research, clinical treatment, and education regarding complex chronic diseases, such as Gulf War Illness (GWI) and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). We understand the diffic…
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Episode 114 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Sarah about her recovery from Long Covid. Sarah is a yoga teacher who is now teaching yoga classes to help people with Long Covid, as well as running her own podcast focused on recovery stories. We chat through Sarah's experiences, what helped her to recover and what life looks like now. http://w…
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Episode 113 of the Long Covid Podcast is an incredible showcase of creativity inspired by Long Covid. These wonderful talented people have shared so many different varieties of creativity and it was such a joy to witness. Links to all the participants are below - please do check them out - and all the visual elements - paintings, collages, crochet …
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Episode 112 of the Long Covid Podcast is my 2023 reflections. A lot of look back on, be grateful for and certainly a lot that I've noticed - about myself and the world! Of course this isn't medical advice - just my own observations. Links mentioned: Episode 94 - my recovery story Last year's episode - 2022 Reflections More info about Breathing for …
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Ashok Gupta is the creator of the Gupta Program and a pioneers in ME/CFS recovery programs and brain- retraining. In this episode Lindsay and Gupta discuss the biological nature of the illness and how he has found the insula and amygdala in the brain are at the root of the problem . Lindsay challenges Ashok on the cellular issues and how the vagus …
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Episode 111 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Sophie Reynolds who has recovered from ME/CFS and is now using her experiences to help people through Pilates, which was one of the things that helped her so much. We chat through her experiences as well as what helped, and what she has learned from the experience to take forward into her life no…
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Episode 110 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Lisa McCorkell, Gina Assaf & Hannah Davis, co-leads & co-founders of the Patient-Led Research Collaborative. We chat about how Long Covid & the Body Politic Slack community brought them all together, and how the organisation has progressed and flourished from there. Website: patientledresearch.co…
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Episode 109 of the Long Covid podcast is a chat with Julie Black about her recovery from Long Covid. We speak through her illness, what she found that helped as well as other observations she has. As with all recovery stories - this is just one person's experience. No two recovery stories are likely to be carbon copies of each other. **transcript n…
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Episode 108 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Cardiologists and researchers, Vassilios Vassilou & Vicky Tsampasian. We discuss cardiac-related things they have seen in Long Covid patients as well as their research into risk factors of Long Covid and why this is important. https://journals.plos.org/globalpublichealth/article?id=10.1371/journa…
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Episode 107 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Raelan Agle who has recovered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and is passionate about sharing both her own recovery story and those of others. We chat through her own recovery and some of the themes and highlights of people she has spoken to on her channel. This is so full of hope and …
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Episode 106 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Taylor Krick from the Washington Wellness Centre and also the host of the "Autoimmune Doc Podcast" We chat through his experiences with patients with autoimmunity both before Covid and since Long Covid came along, as well as some of the patterns he is seeing. www.autoimmunedocpodcast.com @auto…
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Episode 105 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Calum Carson, Senior Research Associate at Lancaster University about the Inclusive Remote and Hybrid Working Study which he is involved in. Participate in the study Project website Previous study The changing workplace: Enabling disability-inclusive hybrid working - Lancaster University For m…
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Episode 104 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with artist, Alison Larkman, about her project "I would be here if I could" which is currently in progress. We chat about the inspiration behind the project, and Alison's experiences with ME which really resonate throughout the project. More information, or participate! www.IWouldbeHereIfICould.com Fo…
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Episode 103 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Dr Amy Proal, a microbiologist researching viral persistence in Long Covid. We chat through what brought her to this research as well as taking a bit of a deep dive into the topic. Review Paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-023-01601-2#MOESM1 PolyBio Research Foundation rec…
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Episode 102 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dan Neuffer about his experiences with ME/CFS and how that led him to create the ANS Rewire program. We discuss Dan's hypothesis for post viral fatigue syndrome, and how this relates to Long Covid recovery. Get Dan's free e-book Request the free intro lessons for ANS Rewire CFS Unravelled - YouTu…
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Episode 101 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes back Dr Sally Riggs for a chat about Polyvagal theory and how this relates to Long Covid. We talk through some Polyvagal strategies that can be tried as well as Sally's personal experience. Episode #23 - Sally's previous episode More info on doing SSP with Sally Unyte ILS SSP practitioners "how to find…
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Episode 100 (yes - 100!!) of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Michelle Irving, a coach working with people with chronic illness to help them to feel empowered. We talk about her own experiences with chronic conditions and how she is using them to help guide others. This is a wonderful, inspiring discussion, always focusing on what…
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Episode 99 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Viola Sampson, microbiome analyst and certified health coach. Viola has recovered from ME after a long illness and is passionate about helping people with fatigue conditions through her knowledge of the microbiome. This is a fantastic dive into what the microbiome is, and how we might…
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Episode 98 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Charlotte Hammond who is sharing her recovery story! We chat through her initial illness, symptoms, what she found that helped as well as more useful stuff for those still suffering. Charity providing counselling (UK) Dr Sinclair For more information about Long Covid Breathing, their courses, work…
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