Re:Cognition Health is delighted to be offering a new Long Covid diagnostic test and
treatment pathway, to help more people recover from the debilitating symptoms.
It is thought that poor immunity makes people more susceptible to Covid and long Covid.
The Attomarker test looks at the body’s immune system to identify the “immunity gap”with
respect to the Covid virus. Treatment, which may include possible immunotherapy
treatments, can then be tailored by the multi-disciplined medical team to help support

The Attomarker test is currently only available privately and Re:Cognition Health is proud to
be one of the first clinics in the UK to offer this. It is quick and simple, involving a finger prick
blood test with rapid results.

About long Covid:
Long Covid refers to a condition where individuals experience a range of persistent
symptoms or new symptoms that continue for weeks or months after the initial Covid-19
infection has resolved. The symptoms can be debilitating for people, affecting all aspects of
their lives. Symptoms of Long Covid vary widely among individuals, but some of the most
commonly reported symptoms include:

  • Fatigue: Persistent and extreme tiredness that can interfere with daily
  • Shortness of breath: Difficulty breathing or experiencing breathlessness,
    even after minimal exertion.
  • Brain fog: Problems with concentration, memory, or mental clarity.
  • Muscle and joint pain: Aches, discomfort, or pain in muscles and joints.
  • Chest pain: Recurring or persistent pain in the chest, which may be sharp or
  • Headaches: Frequent or severe headaches.
  • Heart palpitations: Sensations of a racing or irregular heartbeat.
  • Loss of taste and smell: The loss of the sense of taste (ageusia) and smell
    (anosmia), or changes in these senses.
  • Sleep disturbances: Trouble sleeping, insomnia, or experiencing abnormal
    sleep patterns.
  • Mood changes: Depression, anxiety, or changes in mood.
  • Digestive issues: Nausea, diarrhea, or abdominal pain.
  • Dizziness: Feeling lightheaded, dizzy, or experiencing vertigo.
  • Skin rashes: Development of skin rashes or other dermatological issues.
  • Temperature dysregulation: Fluctuations in body temperature, such as low-
    grade fevers or chills.
  • Post-exertional malaise: Feeling worse after physical or mental exertion.

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