Corona had negative impact on lifestyle, one out of 10 had long-term problems, revealed in the study
After 8 months of mild corona symptoms, at least one in ten people have experienced severe symptoms, which have a direct negative impact on people's social and personal lives. A study published in the journal JAMA has found that long-term symptoms include fatigue and loss of ability to test and smel. Researchers from Sweden's Dandrid Hospital and Karolinska Institute have been working on a community study since last year, which aims to test immunity after corona.
According to Charlotte Thalin, head researcher doing a qnity study at Dandrid Hospital and Karolinska Institute, we are investigating the long-term post-corona symptoms in young and healthy individuals. We found that it is important to lose the ability to smell and taste. There was also a problem of fatigue and breathlessness among the people who were part of this study. These people were coronated. In the first phase of the study, blood samples were taken from 2,149 employees at Dandrid's Hospital, of which about 19 percent had corona antibodies. Sampled every four months in research and studied about lifestyle for a long time.
Study done on so many people
In the third followup in January this year, the team investigated the long-lasting symptoms of Kovid 19 patients at least eight months ago and the effect on their lifestyle. Of this, 323 healthcare workers, of which 83 per cent were women, were around 43 years of age. They were compared to 1072 healthcare workers, of which 86 per cent were women and were around 47 years of age and did not have a corona.
Such symptoms are not seen
The results show that of those who had corona in it, about 26 percent had moderate and long-term severe symptoms, which lasted for more than 2 months. The most common long-term symptoms were smell and taste, fatigue, and respiratory problems. However the researcher who did the study did not see symptoms related to brain, physical disorder, muscle and joint pain, heart disease.