Friday January 21 2022
Written by – Hind Khalifa
One thing we know very well about the coronavirus, which causes an upper respiratory infection, is that the virus enters the respiratory tract and begins to multiply, causing symptoms such as a cold, cough, sore throat, fever and fatigue.
Another surprising fact is that the symptoms of this highly contagious disease are not limited to the respiratory system, they can appear in other parts of the body as well, while some of these signs disappear with treatment, others last longer after infection.
Fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain, hair loss, loss of sense of smell and taste are some of the general, long-term symptoms of corona that are seen in most cases.
Aside from these, some uncommon signs often go unnoticed either because they are too mild or people don’t consider them to be related to the coronavirus.
Here are some of the long-term symptoms of coronavirus that you should look out for, according to timesofindia.
– Poor endurance
Besides weakness or fatigue, the coronavirus may reduce your level of endurance. You may feel energetic after battling infectious diseases, but you will not be able to perform the exact same amount of physical and mental activities as you did before.
If you feel tired after climbing stairs or even a little exercise, it means that your endurance level has decreased and you need to make an effort to increase it.
With lack of focus, brain fog and mood swings, one can also expect headache attacks even for a long time after recovering from Corona, and for those who already suffer from periodic headaches or migraines the condition may worsen.
In some cases, a person may develop a new type of headache, either triggered by random things or hurting part of the head. Since headaches are a general health concern, these signs may not often be noticed.
Numbness, tingling, or a burning feeling in part of the body often occurs when sitting in this position for a long time, but in the case of a prolonged corona, a person may feel numb without any specific reason.
Besides, episodes of numbness in the hands and legs may be more frequent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), numbness can be a major sign of prolonged COVID illness. However, not everyone may develop this condition. Everyone is different and develops different symptoms.
While insomnia is commonly associated with the long-running corona virus, we rarely pay attention when we have difficulty sleeping. The problem of insomnia is so common at this age that we rarely pay attention to it, therefore, it is common to consider it a normal thing after Corona and continue with the usual routine, Due to the lack of proper attention, the problem continues to grow and later turns into a thinner, it is better to treat this issue as soon as possible.
Many say that stress is an integral part of the busy life of the modern age and there is no way to escape it, it is indeed true, but there is always a way to deal with it. Unmanaged stress is not hidden for long.
It begins to affect your relationships, your mood as well as your health, in the event of prolonged infection with the Coronavirus, those who are already under stress may feel very anxious and may suffer from depression, so =, try to manage your stress level and seek help if it gets worse after infection with the Coronavirus.
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