Long COVID Syndrome: Study Points Risk Factors, Treatment and How to...

Long COVID Syndrome: Study Points Risk Factors, Treatment and How to...
Long COVID Syndrome: Study Points Risk Factors, Treatment and How to...
Researchers at King’s College London published a new report on the many years COVID-19 Condition and described patients who are likely to suffer from it.

The study came from 4,182 Users of the COVID Symptom Research software that has tested positive Coronavirus. These users continued to monitor their health even after they recovered, according to an article on Fox News.

The researchers observed that up to 28 days, 558 of them COVID-19 Patients suffered from symptoms. This includes exhaustion, Shortness of breathand headache.

The analysis further shows that 189 people had the symptoms for more than eight weeks, while the other 95 could have had 12 weeks or more. However, researchers have found that these are just optimistic numbers.

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What is it and how do you deal with it?

Long COVID affects patients who are already cured Coronavirus However, you will continue to suffer from various symptoms such as persistent fatigue, shortness of breath, or migraines. While they also report issues that return during their recovery, they may still have difficulty focusing and heart problems.

The signs of long term COVID have been divided into two categories by researchers. Breathing problems such as shortness of breath, cough, headache and fatigue are classified in the first category. The second was multisystemischAffecting multiple areas of the body including the heart, brain, and intestines.

In an article by King’s College London, King’s College London Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and COVID Symptom Study Lead Researcher Tim Spector said that although many people suffer from moderate COVID-19Patients continue to report one in 50 symptoms of Coronavirus for more than 12 weeks.

He also said that in addition to thinking about killing the virus, there are treatments for those who suffer from it long term COVID should also be offered. “While we wait for a vaccine, it’s important that we all work together to stop the spread of Coronavirus through lifestyle changes and more rigorous self-isolating with symptoms or positive tests, ” Spector added.


Age, weight, gender and respiratory disease are among the variables that cause long COVID. In fact 22 percent of long term COVID Patients are over 70 years old, more than twice as many as people between 18 and 49 years of age. Those with a higher average body mass index and female patients also have higher chances of long life COVID, but it can affect younger men too.

Long in the meantime COVID can also occur in people with asthma and other people who had different symptoms when they started their illness. However, the researchers didn’t find strong links to other health problems.

Rehabilitation and care

While the work wasn’t over yet Peer-Review and published on medRxiv have a PreprintResearchers say they were able to create a model that can identify those who are likely to suffer for a long time COVID and help establish an early intervention approach for this syndrome.

“It is important that we use the knowledge we gained from the first wave of the pandemic to help the long term Effects of the second, “said Dr. Claire Steves who is Spector’s Co-Lead Researcher.

Steves also said the research could pave the way for long term Prevention and care of COVID and encouraged the public to download the research and join the initiative and resolve the syndrome.

The public health service in the United Kingdom. confirmed that it will provide technical support to those affected long term COVID Syndrome.

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