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    Quote Originally Posted by The_War_Wagon View Post
    Gave me a stroke the first time - kept me stuck @ home for 2 weeks the 2nd time
    Covid gave you a stroke or the jab?
    You won't outvote the corruption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    By personal experience I assume you mean personal clinical experience.
    That is correct.

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    FYI, just updated my article linked in the OP with this just out article via NG:

    Even mild COVID-19 can cause your brain to shrink

    Recent brain imaging shows the disease can cause physical changes equivalent to a decade of ageing and trigger problems with attention and memory. Exactly why is still a mystery.

    https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk...rain-to-shrink
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    Here's my practical recs for those dealing with long covid just up:

    https://brinkzone.com/addressing-long-covid/
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    At this point, I'm fairly certain I got OG Covid back in December of 2019. Sat for four hours on an airplane next to a woman who was sweating profusely and coughing her ass off for the entire trip. About a week later, I was the most sick I have ever been to date. All classic COVID symptoms. Took about a 10 days to start to feel "better"

    Since then, though, I've had some degree of brain fog / memory disfunction, and more significantly, what can be best described as chronic fatigue. Even short periods of mild to moderate exertion result in complete exhaustion that take sometimes days to recover. I've been fortunate so far to be in a situation where I can work around it, but it does definitely impact my day to day life as well as the quality of my time.

    Will, I'm definitely going to read up on what you've posted on the topic...Thanks for that! I'm also working in general on cleaning up my nutrition (somewhat more difficult to do here than where I lived previously, but definitely worth the effort) and I'm going in for a sleep study in the near future to see if there are any issues there. We'll see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerplode View Post
    At this point, I'm fairly certain I got OG Covid back in December of 2019. Sat for four hours on an airplane next to a woman who was sweating profusely and coughing her ass off for the entire trip. About a week later, I was the most sick I have ever been to date. All classic COVID symptoms. Took about a 10 days to start to feel "better"

    Since then, though, I've had some degree of brain fog / memory disfunction, and more significantly, what can be best described as chronic fatigue. Even short periods of mild to moderate exertion result in complete exhaustion that take sometimes days to recover. I've been fortunate so far to be in a situation where I can work around it, but it does definitely impact my day to day life as well as the quality of my time.

    Will, I'm definitely going to read up on what you've posted on the topic...Thanks for that! I'm also working in general on cleaning up my nutrition (somewhat more difficult to do here than where I lived previously, but definitely worth the effort) and I'm going in for a sleep study in the near future to see if there are any issues there. We'll see how it goes.
    As briefly mentioned in the most recent write up in #24, that's essential healing up fully.
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    Exclamation

    The only thing legit about chinavirus is the need for a public hanging for Mickey Mauci!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_War_Wagon View Post
    The only thing legit about chinavirus is the need for a public hanging for Mickey Mauci!
    You're claiming the China viral WMD is not a legit virus?
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    Funny, saw a joke that Long Covid and fibromyalgia only affect people in English speaking countries!!!!


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