Johns Hopkins University (Johns Hopkins University) said of “Long Covid”: “People who used to exercise every day will never walk dogs or climb stairs anymore.”
This Coronavirus disease For most of 2020, it will be closed on a global scale. By 2021, there will be a licensed emergency vaccine.However, the medical and scientific communities continue to study Impact and consequences This disease.
Researchers in the U.S. and London published about People who haven’t recovered All from Covid-19.Although they have passed the acute phase of the disease and several weeks have passed, they still suffer from problems such as Fatigue, headache Or insomnia (all or part of the smell disappears).
This is called Covid.
This Learn Researchers from New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical University and Oregon Health and Science University said that you can call Covid Persistent symptoms exceed 12 weeks.But they emphasized that according to their report, some people didn’t 7 or 8 months later.
3,762 respondents from 56 countries/regions participated in this study. Some were hospitalized, others were only confirmed by laboratory tests with positive results. These are the results.
1) Respondents have symptoms in an average of 9 organ systems.
2) The most common symptoms reported after 6 months are: fatigue (77%), post-exercise discomfort (72.2%) and cognitive dysfunction (55.4%).
3) Among those who did not recover within 90 days, the average number of symptoms peaked in the second month.
4) 12% of study participants are still Symptoms recurred in the seventh month of exercise, Physical or mental activity and stress.
The study, led by Hannah E. Davis, pointed out that patients with a longer Covid course reported prolonged participation in multiple systems and severe disability.
Currently, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health You have a questionnaire Conduct the most important research Covid Until now.
This The most common symptoms Covid (After the sixth month) include: fatigue, post-exercise discomfort, cognitive dysfunction (“brain fog”), nervous system sensation (neuralgia, weakness, cold, electric shock sensation, numbness/stress/facial numbness), headache, Memory problems, insomnia, muscle aches, heart, shortness of breath, dizziness/balance problems, and speech and language problems.
During and after the 6th month, some symptoms (such as bone pain, tinnitus, and other ear symptoms) are more likely to occur.