It feels like the machines are actually listening to me because I was just discussing this with a friend. My wife has just recovered from COVID after years of avoiding it and is definitely feeling the effects of the virus, so this news couldn’t have come at a better time for long COVID treatment.

Waterfront of Regina Isabella Resort in Ischia, Italy

Long Covid Treatment

Ischia’s Regina Isabella Resort is expanding its thermal spa program to include treatment for long COVID, or “post-COVID syndrome.” Long COVID causes victims to exhibit continued acute symptoms months after their initial recovery from the virus. Some of the most common symptoms include shortness of breath, brain fog, headaches, fatigue, and loss of taste and smell, among others.

Regina Isabella’s new treatment program is designed to tackle these symptoms with thermal water, mud treatments, and nutritional counseling to activate the body’s natural immune response and reduce inflammation. The secret is in the thermal water’s ability to stimulate the immune system to promote the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines, enabling the body to heal on its own without the need for conventional medication. By also targeting stress, diet, and gastrointestinal disorders, the regimen takes a well-rounded offensive approach against long COVID symptoms, guiding patients towards a swift recovery and greater quality of life.

Regina Isabella boasts a dedicated team of medical personnel to administer the procedure, including specialist physicians, a nutritionist, a psychologist upon request, a physiotherapist, and numerous thermal operators. The basic package, priced at US$490, includes a medical examination, personalized nutrition plan, six inhalation treatments, three respiratory rehabilitation sessions, three sessions of adapted physical activity, and an online psychotherapy appointment. An extended package with six Bioactive mud and thermal baths is also available for US$990. Prices for the long COVID spa program do not include accommodations. For more details, go to:

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