German researchers conducted a study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, and the results of their study show that 77.1 percent of covid patients had symptoms of the disease and became infected a year later.
The most common symptoms that lasted for a year were reduced ability to exercise – 56.3 percent, fatigue – 53.1 percent and problems with concentration – 39.6 percent, the study showed.
The researchers found that only one symptom – hair loss – fell between five and 12 months, with the incidence falling from 26.1 percent to 10.4 percent.
On the other hand, symptoms such as dyspnea, i.e. shortness of breath and shortness of breath and fatigue problems are significantly increased. The incidence of dyspnea increased from 27.1 percent to 37.5 percent, and fatigue increased from 41.7 percent to 53.1 percent.
“Long-term neurocognitive symptoms of kovid may persist for at least one year after the onset of the first symptoms of kovid 19 and may significantly reduce quality of life,” the researchers say, according to Forbes.
This study confirmed once again that people who fight covid may have symptoms even months after being infected with the coronavirus. Previous studies have shown that this condition affects women more than men.
According to a recent study conducted in the journal Lancet’s E Clinical Medicine, more than 200 symptoms are associated with long-term vision and also affect ten organ systems in the body.
Some of the symptoms reported by patients were: rash, digestive problems, muscle aches, hearing loss, tinnitus, fatigue, hallucinations, memory loss, tremors, fever, chills, sore throat, blurred vision, conjunctivitis, lack of breath, flow. breathing, bleeding, sneezing, dry cough, nonim changes of fingers, and fainting.