Long Covid

We’re noticing just how much tougher this lockdown is for everyone. So three of our practitioners are offering free treatment for teachers and NHS staff through
February and March

Battle fatigue has, understandably, struck so many of us after months of Covid stress that is now being prolonged by continued uncertainty. So three of our therapists are offering free treatments to people who are particularly bearing the brunt of the current situation:

  • Neena Saith is making her pranic healing available free of charge for teachers and NHS staff
  • Guy Blomfield is offering neuro integration free for teachers and NHS staff
  • Sue Leach is giving free homeopathy consultations to anyone struggling to recover from Covid or diagnosed with ‘Long Covid’.

Rebalancing the autonomic nervous system

To a greater or lesser extent all of us have been in continual ‘fight or flight’ over the past year. Recognise any of these symptoms? Anxiety, difficulty resting, poor concentration, shallow breathing, palpitations, panic attacks, sleep problems, brain chatter. To fight or flee from danger is a natural physiological response that stood our ancestors in good stead when they were confronted by a lion with its fangs out. But the stream of small triggers we have been encountering since March 2020 – news briefings, scaremongering headlines, mask wearing, social distancing – has meant that our autonomic nervous system, which sets us into fight or flight, is continually being switched on. So not surprising that so many of us are feeling fatigued and demotivated, perhaps even hopeless.

Pranic healing and neuro integration both have a good track record for retuning the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and calming down this fight or flight response.

Pranic healing

Pranic healing focuses on clearing the body of stored-up negative or toxic energy. Prana means ‘energy’ and this non-touch treatment works on the principle that illness and health problems result from disturbances, physical or emotional, to the flow of energy throughout the body. By restoring balance to this energy system Neena is able to treat a wide range of physical and psychological problems. People report feeling ‘brighter’ ‘more energetic’ and able to get things done. In person or by Zoom. Thursdays throughout February and March

Neuro integration

Neuro integration (NIS) focuses on switching circuits back on in our body that have become dormant, causing illness and dysfunction. It works on the principle that the brain is the key to the body functioning at its best, but all too often physiologically things block the messages the brain is sending out to the rest of the body, resulting in pain, injury and disease. Identify where you have dormant circuits, switch back on that messaging system and pain, injury and health imbalances diminish. In person on Mondays and Thursdays throughout February and March

Homeopathy for Long Covid

Homeopathy has traditionally been used extensively and beneficially in epidemics, and for post-viral recovery. With the benefit of knowledge handed down by previous generations of homeopaths who treated patients in past pandemic such as Spanish flu which swept the world in 1918, The Hub’s homeopath Sue Leach is offering free treatment to anyone with symptoms lingering after Covid.

Homeopathy has been a successful complementary healthcare system for over 200 years. The philosophy behind it is that by restoring the balance of our body, mind and emotions we can achieve good health and well-being. It is all about kick-starting or stimulating the body’s own in-built ability to heal itself. Homoeopathic remedies are made from thousands of sources, including plants, herbs, minerals, metals and gems, delivered in the form of pills or tinctures. Treatment is entirely individual, depending on your symptoms, personality and past medical history.

In many cases Sue will combine homeopathic treatment with probiotics (from £12.99 for a month’s supply). Research published in the BMJ magazine has shown that patients with Covid who had low levels of beneficial gut bacteria were more likely to have severe disease as well as higher markers of inflammation and tissue damage. It is as yet unknown, says the study, whether poor gut bacteria caused the severity of symptoms or was the result of more severe disease. Either way, the researchers recommend that ‘modulating’ your gut flora – through diet, probiotics and prebiotics – may help to prevent, and possibly treat, Long Covid. In person or virtually, Monday to Friday throughout February

 To book your free treatment simply call us on 01590 670955 or drop us an email at [email protected]