and i know that this pain ain't really going away


So I've also had a lot of support from the Sepsis Trust.

Often what I get people to do is to alternate between activities. "JO - First I'm going to start by saying there's a lot of overlap between long COVID patients and my usual client group, and that's people with all kinds of complex chronic illnesses.

Since then I've just been developing more and more, more and more issues, so the fatigue has got really bad again, so sometimes I'm actually sleeping 14, 15 hours a day easily. And God is faithful. ""I'm a passenger, a passenger in my own life. "But I used to go in [to a shop] and go, 'Now that's a $20 bottle, that's a $50 bottle, so that one must be better.' But if I come up against other people who are just selfish, then that's more difficult.

There's still a lot to learn about the lasting implications of Coronavirus, but in the meantime, many people who were considered too mild to go to hospital, but whose lives have been turned upside down months after contracting the virus have reported that they're struggling with little access to personalised care and support, and are wondering what this means for their lives going forward. But I would like to point out that for most people this is the hardest part of the journey, regardless of whether in six weeks' time everyone suddenly starts feeling better or in six weeks' time nothing has changed the early understanding part where you're learning what you can and can't do, where your doctor doesn't know what to do with you, where your body doesn't respond to treatment, where you're struggling, this is the hardest part because everything is new information. But it was fine, it wasn't like I was, 'I must go back and do bathtub cameo in one of Neill's Cinema Quarantine micro filmsFor someone who has spent a large part of his career being professionally intimidating – from the arrogant English cricketer Douglas Jardine in He reckons he's not very good at pop culture – when asked what else he likes to watch on TV, he responds with a slightly puzzled, "I used to watch The bowl of minestrone with baby blue lentils from the Urban Winery Sydney.

But I think we all feel that.

Really wanna work this out But I don't think you're gonna change I do but you don't Think it's best we go our separate ways Tell me why I should stay in this relationship When I'm hurting baby, I ain't happy baby Plus there's so many other things I gotta deal with I think that you should let it burn.
Mine's now come down to long COVID now because it's been is been going on since March, so I'm in five months. The Sepsis Trust has also been amazing. So that's been really hard.

I want to go back to work. I searched for it for like 2-3 years and still nothing. forrr?

I don't want to say, 'Hey look at my latest film,' or, 'Check me out here.' It's such a lack of support and a lack of advice and actually pacing, if done properly, doesn't have to ruin your life, it should make it easier.NATASHA - Hello, and welcome to Cabin Fever from BBC Ouch. So what Jade was saying about episodes of passing out and syncope and dizziness, these are going to be things that people with postural tachycardia or syncope disorders are very, very familiar with. US to ban TikTok and WeChat downloads in 48 hoursFor me, I feel like COVID has… At this point it feels like it's kind of destroyed my life to a point, without that sounding too exaggerated, but that's how it's made me feel.

We were told not to attend A&E either with any symptoms, to kind of stay put, so I just ended up staying at home and I just got really unwell.

For me I found it incredibly difficult because, one, obviously living alone and, two, because I was a fit and healthy person. Although there are commonalities, it's been very different between each person. Yeah, they've been quite supportive.

You know, am I really feeling these things?

I just went years walking, bussing and then, as soon as I started earning money, I was like Mr Cab.
Walking to the shop or going to do any of my day to day activities has never been an issue. You can email us at ouch@bbc.co.uk.