‘Long Kovid’ can be a cyclic disease that revolves around the body’s system, reports find – tech2.org

‘Long Kovid’ can be a cyclic disease that revolves around the body’s system, reports find

Top Line

According to one report, thousands of people may live with the long-term effects of Kovid-19 infection, which can affect people in four different ways and lead to significant psychological and social effects Can. The UK’s National Institute for Health Research says.

Key Facts

The review found that people suffer from a wide range of symptoms affecting mental health and fatigue, the brain, breathing, cardiovascular system, skin and liver.

Researchers say there may be four different syndromes that may be responsible for the symptoms: post-intensive-care syndrome, post-viral fatigue syndrome, prolonged covariance symptoms and lung and heart damage.

Testimony from patients shows the ongoing Kovid-19 as being a “cyclic disease”, with symptoms increasing around the body and fluctuating in severity over time.

Researchers said that emphasizing acute Kovid-19 symptoms, particularly due to respiratory problems, made patients have difficulty receiving treatment or recognition for “long Kovid”.

The research is meant to be “dynamic” and will be updated as more information and evidence about “Long Kovid”.

Main background

While most people are told they will recover from the Kovid-19 infection in a few weeks, there have been increasing reports of people who have been experiencing the disease for much longer. Relatively little is known about the long-term consequences of Kovid-19 infection and it may take years after the epidemic to see the full effects.

Serious sentiment

“The initial focus has been on virus-borne acute disease, but it is becoming clear that for some people, Kovid-19 infection is a long-term disease,” the report noted.

Further studies

Coronavirus: ‘Long covids can have four different syndromes’ (BBC)

Living with Covid19 (NIHR)

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