Targeted at those suffering from persistent side-effects after recovering from COVID-19, the treatment takes a holistic approach that involves functional medicine and a supporting nutrition plan, executed under the supervision of an in-house doctor.
Luxury wellness brand Niraamaya has launched a holistic care programme for patients suffering from lingering side effects of COVID-19 such as fatigue, body aches, cough, breathing difficulties, and such. “The Post-COVID programme is aimed to help those who are struggling to regain their physical activity levels, reduce dependence on supplemental oxygen, improve quality of life and, most importantly, cope better with the emotional and psychological impact of the disease,” explains Manu Rishi Guptha, CEO, Niraamaya Wellness Retreats. Guests can avail of the treatment at Niraamaya properties, Suryavilas Solan and Surya Samudra Kovalam, in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala, respectively.
How it works
The 21-day programme is based on the concept of functional medicine, an alternative healing modality that seeks to find the root cause of chronic or lifestyle diseases. A doctor will conduct a clinical assessment of the patients, evaluate their history and current symptoms and perform diagnostic tests. A programme is customised based on the results of the assessment and the patient’s individual needs. Treatments include nutrition therapy, colon hydrotherapy, infra-red therapy, blood testing and pathology, and tests such as Oligoscans. Guests will also receive meals as per a bespoke diet plan. You can also opt for Ayurveda treatments as an addition to the programme.
Niraamaya has also introduced a programme for those looking to strengthen their immunity. The Immunity Rejuvenation Program is also based on functional medicine and combines nutrition to enhance gut health, intravenous vitamin and mineral therapies, massage, mindfulness sessions and yoga and breathwork. The treatment is available for a duration of 7, 14 and 21 days. It’s open to anyone between 18 and 75 years of age.
“During the pandemic, we had around close to 200 people enrolling in these programs,” says Guptha. “We believe that the entire industry will pivot towards the unexplored and the underappreciated world of wellness going forward. Not only would this hold true for the hospitality industry, but it would hold true for all aspects of human existence,” he adds.
For more information, visit www.niraamaya.com