In the past two years, most people infected with the Coronavirus have shown three main symptoms: a high temperature, a persistent cough, and a loss or change in the sense of smell or taste.
According to the Times of India, the emergence of new variants and mutations led to a drastic shift in symptoms, apart from the three-month signs, as patients had several other symptoms of Covid-19 disease, which made identifying the infection at an early stage somewhat complicated.
It is reported that the new Omicron variant can lead to suffering from some uncommon symptoms, moreover, according to researchers in the United Kingdom, only 50% of all confirmed cases of Covid-19 have been shown to show the three classic symptoms, while Only 20% currently experience problems with their senses of smell and taste. Scientists have identified the symptoms that patients suffer from an omicron variable infection, besides usually feeling cold, in two or three of the following:
Loss of sense of taste and smell
Symptoms not related to the respiratory system
Experts point out that there are some other signs, not usually related to the respiratory system that can go unnoticed, such as skin rashes, delirium and loss of appetite.
Rashes can occur for many reasons such as allergies, exposure to high temperatures, and even infection. COVID-19 infection can cause a rash on the skin, hands, toes, mouth, and tongue. It is a symptom of omicron infection, which has been seen in many people who have tested positive for the viral infection. The rash caused by COVID-19 is usually itchy, may increase at night and may cause insomnia. In addition to a rash, some people can have a sensitivity to UV rays.
Delirium is a disorder of mental abilities that may lead to confusion in thinking and reduced awareness of the environment. The condition is also associated with COVID-19 and appears mainly among elderly patients. Signs of delirium occur suddenly and within days after infection with the virus. Older people get confused easily and act strangely after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and then the symptoms disappear on their own after the infection is cured.
One in three people with COVID-19 suffers from a loss of appetite or an urge to skip meals. A COVID-19 patient does not tolerate food for more than a week after being diagnosed with the infection, which leads to weight loss and weakness, and skipping meals when suffering from COVID-19 infection can also make it difficult for the patient to recover from the infection as soon as possible. .
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