Sympathetic Overdrive and Long COVID
There have been many who describe their adverse events as feeling like a certain limb or whole body is on fire. That's inflammation and damage to blood vessels large enough to be innervated, then imagine the damage to micro vessels.
Evil is delighted and laughs every time someone takes one of these nightmarish shots to "protect" themselves.
My unvaxxed college kid/athlete had Covid for the first time in January 2022. Recovered fine but in the following months during workouts, she said her whole body hurt. Is this what you’re describing here? It did resolve, and she did take some ivermectin at some point down the line. I’m hoping her body cleared it for good.
As in this post: https://gab.com/Doorlesscarp953/posts/109207294474786708
Is there a link between this and 'covid toes' which was like an internet meme joke for a while but my toes did become red and inflamed in early 2020. Looked and felt like chilblains but there was no cold reason for it.
I suggest reading lorimer moseley's material on pain. "explain pain supercharged" is his clinician text. It's pretty widely accepted by (at least) manual therapists that pain arises in the brain (as an output) because of faulty/confusing inputs and/or problems with interpretation of input signals. Here's a paper establishing his perspective: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/233581683_Reconceptualising_pain_according_to_modern_pain_science
Great video the other day, can't wait for those rat brain results. You must be really over target with the rabies theory. I've never had trouble bringing up your page. Substack search "corrected" your name to chestnut and pushed you way down in the search results today when I did get the spelling accepted.
Comments from people saying their elderly relatives were walking fine, but after the shot their legs felt heavy and numb and they couldn’t walk much anymore without a walker. This indicates a blood circulation problem.
I know someone with both legs below the knees painful, since soon after second clotshot. No, not me.
some papers showed that the spike is kind of Analgesic.