The Steps that Sped Long-Haul Recovery
I’m excited to bring you our second interview with a long-hauler. If you missed the last one, check out episode 35 for my interview with Beth O’Hara.
Today I’m talking with Jessica Drummond, who is founder and CEO of the Integrative Women’s Health Institute. She’s here to share her personal long-haul recovery story. At the time she caught the virus, she was super active and fit. But it left her with extreme fatigue, burning vascular pain and difficulty walking even to the end of her street.
She applied her clinical experience to her own case. It took quite some time but she’s back to about 80%.
For this episode and the last one, I created a one-page download with a short summary and links to some of the resources and studies Jessica mentions. You can find the link for the one-page summary for this episode on the episode home page at www.rebuldingmyhealth.com/long-haul-recovery.
In my talk with Jessica, you’ll hear…
- The steps that helped Jessica progressively improve her long-haul symptoms
- The impact of getting the shot AFTER she already had long-haul
- How antivirals impacted her long-haul recovery
- The role of breathwork, vagal nerve toning and autonomic nervous system retraining
- The treatment that helped heal her lungs
- Some mind-blowing science and studies behind the virus and long haul
- The impact of the virus on women’s cycles
- And how rest influences long-haul
Dr. Jessica Drummond is a doctor of clinical nutrition, a certified nutrition specialist, a physical therapist, and a national board-certified health and wellness coach. She’s the founder and CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute, The Outsmart Endo Health Coaching Program, and the creator of the Women’s Health Coach Certification. She is passionate about caring for and empowering people who struggle with women’s and pelvic health concerns. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians and wellness professionals in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women’s and pelvic healthcare.
She brings a unique, conservative, and integrative approach to supporting women to overcome hormonal imbalances, and chronic pain conditions. She is a sought after international speaker on topics such as integrative pelvic pain management, natural fertility options, optimal hormone health, menopause, and female athlete nutrition.
You can find Dr. Drummond and her many educational resources at www.outsmartchronicillness.com.
Please note that – as always at Rebuilding My Health – this was one person’s health experience of long-haul and also of what she’s seen in some of her clients. It’s not intended to help treat the virus or long-haul but to offer some insight into what worked for someone else. Everyone is different so talk with your health practitioner about your own case.
>> Grab our one-page summary of this episode, with helpful links.
If you find this story interesting, you might also enjoy episode 35, an interview with another long-hauler, Beth O’Hara.
Listen to the Rebuilding My Health Radio Podcast
Listen to Rebuilding My Health Radio wherever you find your favorite podcasts…
Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, Alexa, Spotify, and much more! If you enjoyed this episode, we truly appreciate your subscribing/following, rating and reviewing it. It helps tremendously with others finding our podcast.
Get a copy of our free guide, 4 Ways to Ease, Reverse or Even Eliminate Chronic and Complex Illnesses.
Follow Rebuilding My Health:
Podcast Edit and Mix by Sonorous Lab Studio.
The information on this site is for educational and inspirational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of qualified professionals. Keep in mind that what works for one person may not work for another. Always consult your healthcare practitioners before beginning new approaches or treatments. Some links on Rebuilding My Health may be affiliate links. This means that we may receive a commission - with no additional cost to you - if you make any purchases using those affiliate links. Rebuilding My Health is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Learn more.