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What Are The Long Term Effects Of Covid-19?

What Are The Long Term Effects Of Covid-19 - ebuddynews

Most people who have ‘CoronaVirus disease (COVID-19) fully recover within a few weeks. But some people who have had mild versions of the disease continue to have symptoms after their initial recovery. These people sometimes describe themselves as having persistent COVID-19, and the conditions are called post -COVID-19 syndrome or long term effects of COVID-19.

These kinds of health issues are sometimes called post-COVID-19 conditions. Experts generally consider these effects of COVID-19 that persist for more than four weeks after COVID-19 diagnosis. Old Aged adults and people suffering from many severe medical conditions are most likely to have persistent symptoms of COVID-19, but even young people or healthy people can feel unwell for several weeks or months after infection. Various Symptoms and Common indications of the disease that continue over a period of time include:

  • Exhaustion and fatigue
  • ‘Shortness of breath’ or difficulty breathing
  • Cough
  • Joint pain
  • Chest pain
  • Problems with memory, concentration, or sleeping
  • muscle pain or headache
  • rapid heartbeat or palpitations
  • Prevalence of Loss of smell or taste
  • depression or anxiety
  • Fever
  • Dizziness in the standing posture
  • Worsening of symptoms due to physical or mental exertion

Organ Damage Caused Due To COVID-19

Complicated health conditions persist after COVID-19 illness due to damaged organs and damaged health conditions. However, COVID-19 is a disease that mainly affects the lungs. It can also harm many other organs, such as the heart, kidneys, and brain. In some people, lingering health effects can include long term breathing problems, heart complications, chronic kidney damage, stroke, and Guillain-Barré syndrome, which causes temporary paralysis.

Some adults and children develop multisystem inflammatory syndrome after having the COVID virus. As a result, some organs and tissues become severely inflamed.

Blood Clots And Blood Vessel problems

Because of COVID-19, complicated vessel functioning and the formation of blood clots may occur. It can create more likely for blood cells to collect and form clots. We know m know that large clots can cause heart attacks and strokes. Thus mostly, the damage due to Covid-19 leads to the heart. The said delicacy comes from very small clots that block the heart muscle’s tiny blood vessels (capillaries).

Other body parts got the effect of blood clots and damaged parts of the lungs besides health issues in the liver, kidneys, liver, and legs. COVID-19 virus can also weaken blood vessels and cause them to leak, contributing to potential and long-term problems with the liver and kidneys.

Mood And Fatigue Problems

People suffering from severe symptoms of COVID-19 often need treatment in a hospital intensive care unit, with mechanical assistance, such as a ventilator, for breathing. Merely surviving this experience can make a person more likely to develop post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, and anxiety later.

Owing long-term outcomes for the new virus that causes COVID-19 are difficult to predict. Scientists work on Covid-19 ‘related viruses’ long term effects, causing SARS. It is nothing but Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. 

Many people who have recovered from the said SARS have developed chronic fatigue syndrome. It is a complex disorder characterized by acute fatigue. Such fatigue worsens physical or mental activity. However, it does not improve with rest. The same can occur among people who have had COVID-19 in previous.

Don’t Know How Many Long Term Effects Of COVID-19 Yet

We do not know much about the reasons even now as to how COVID-19 will affect people over time. However, research has been still going on. The researchers suggest that doctors should closely watch the people who suffered from COVID-19 and examine how well their organs are working after recovery.

Many large medical centers are available with specialized clinics to provide medical care for such people who have continuous symptoms or related illnesses after recovering from COVID-19. Support groups’ availability is also there.

People who suffer from COVID-19 recover quickly. However, there are potentially long-lasting problems of COVID-19, which make it even more significant to lessen the spread of COVID-19 by following precautions. Precautions include wearing masks, physical distancing, avoiding crowds, getting vaccinated when possible, and keeping your hands clean.

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