Maybe you think you have Coronavirus And they were never tested because they were unavailable or inaccessible at the time. Or, you cleared the initial symptoms of allergies, common cold, or seasonal flu. Due to various factors, the initial infection of many COVID survivors has never been confirmed. And, unfortunately, many of them still suffer from health complications.
Long-distance transportation syndrome, formally known as acute COVID syndrome (PACS), is composed of men, women, and other gender identities of all ages who still show symptoms for weeks to months after the initial infection. Dennis Ratchman Singer (MD)The clinical director of the Covid-1
Shortness of breath is one of the most obvious symptoms of the initial COVID-19 infection. Moreover, Dr. Lutchmansingh pointed out that this is also a continuation of long-distance transportation. Johns Hopkins Medicine Explain that shortness of breath is when you feel you cannot get enough air or your chest is tight. For post-acute COVID syndrome, even lying in bed or sitting on the sofa, it can happen at any time.
Dr. Lutchmansingh said that another common symptom of COVID-19 and post-acute COVID syndrome is fatigue.according to A recent long-term studyThis extreme fatigue is the most common report in this group, with an incidence of 58%. The researchers explained: “Even 100 days after the first symptoms of acute COVID-19 appear, it still exists.” The symptoms observed in patients after COVID-19 are similar to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), “which includes severe Disability fatigue, pain, neurocognitive impairment, lack of sleep, symptoms suggestive of autonomic dysfunction and a slight increase in overall symptoms worsen they play a role in physical and/or cognitive activities.”
Dr. Lutchmansingh believes that many people who travel long distances experience “exercise intolerance.” She explained that the first three “are the most frequently reported and are a major obstacle to returning to normal activities”. This condition is also called dyspnea, and the survey also reported that one in five long-distance workers have difficulty breathing after fatigue.
Dr. Lutchmansingh pointed out: “The symptoms of acute COVID syndrome are multi-system, usually including cardiovascular symptoms.” One of the most prominent problems is chest pain. According to this survey, 16% of long-distance transporters have experienced this condition.according to Mayo Clinic, Sudden, severe chest pain (also called pleurisy) may indicate inflammation of the lung wall. This may indicate pneumonia or other types of infection.
Dr. Lutchmansingh revealed that another cardiovascular symptom of long-distance running syndrome is the heart.This Mayo Clinic Describe them as “the heart is beating, trembling, or beating.” They explained that according to the survey, 11% of long-distance travelers experienced the heart: “Stress, exercise, medication, or very few medical conditions Will trigger them”.
Long-distance transporters also report many neurological symptoms. Dr. Lutchmansingh pointed out that memory difficulties are one of the biggest complaints.
Another neurological symptom that you may already have COVID is whether you are trying to come up with the correct words. The Mayo Clinic explained that the medical term is aphasia, a disease that makes you lose the ability to communicate. They wrote: “It affects your oral and written language expression, writing and comprehension skills.” Although it usually occurs suddenly after a stroke or head injury, “it may also be caused by a slow-growing brain tumor or Sexual, permanent damage (degeneration) disease occurs gradually.”
Dr. Lutchmansingh said that if you stutter more than usual, it may be a neurological manifestation of acute COVID syndrome. Many long-distance transporters have reported new stuttering.
Dr. Lutchmansingh emphasized another neurological symptom that exists in both the initial COVID-19 infection and the acute post-acute COVID syndrome: changes in taste and smell. According to some studies, some people still struggle with these feelings months after the initial infection.
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If you suffer from any of the above symptoms and think you may be a long distance traveller, please contact your primary care doctor immediately. Remember that many medical doctors are still not educated for post-acute COVID syndrome, so you may have to promote health. There are also post-COVID post-COVID clinics across the country with professionals, so if your regular doctors cannot provide treatment for you, please consider contacting them.In addition, many long-distance transporters have found solutions in online support groups, such as Legion of Survivors On Facebook, a group of more than 153,000 people treats them as long-distance transporters.In order to let you survive this pandemic healthily, don’t miss these 35 places most likely to catch COVID.