In this episode, I talk with Beth O’Hara, who shares her personal long-haul recovery story. What’s unique is that she’s also a naturopath who brings a lot of knowledge to the situation.
In January of 2020, before anyone thought the virus was in the US, Beth became really ill with what was later confirmed to be THE virus. She had difficulty breathing, achiness and had severe fatigue that lasted about three months.
In my talk with Beth, you’ll hear…
- Why she thinks her case became long-haul
- Ways she supported her body during the acute phase
- How she supported herself as it grew into long-haul
- Why rest is so critical during the virus
- Some of the co-factors she’s seen with long-haulers
- Cell danger response and its relationship to long-haul
- The importance of the limbic system and vagal nerve for healing
- And a couple of stories from Beth’s work with long-haul clients
Beth O’Hara is a Functional Naturopath, specializing in complex, chronic cases of Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Histamine Intolerance, and Mold Toxicity. She is the founder and owner of Mast Cell 360, a Functional Naturopathy Practice designed to look at all factors surrounding health conditions – genetic, epigenetic, biochemical, physiological, environmental, and emotional.
She designed Mast Cell 360 to be the kind of practice she wished had existed when she was severely ill with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Histamine Intolerance, Mold Toxicity, Neural Inflammation, Lyme, Fibromyalgia, and Chronic Fatigue. Her mission today is to be a guiding light for others with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Histamine Intolerance and these related conditions in their healing journeys.
Through her Mast Cell 360 Root Cause process, she discovers the unique root factors affecting each of her clients’ health issues, building personalized, effective roadmaps for healing.
You can find Beth at www.mastcell360.com and she’s on Facebook at mastcell360. Be sure to catch her Facebook Live broadcasts on most Mondays.
This interview features one person’s experience of long-haul and also 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.
If you find this story interesting, you might also enjoy our story on how Beth recovered from mast-cell activation syndrome and Lyme disease.
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