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Long COVID refers to a condition where individuals experience persistent symptoms or develop new symptoms after recovering from the acute phase of COVID-19. The symptoms of long COVID can vary widely and may affect different body systems.
Some common symptoms reported by individuals with long COVID include:
Persistent and extreme tiredness that can significantly impact daily activities.
Shortness of Breath
Difficulty breathing or breathlessness, even with minimal exertion.
Cognitive difficulties, such as trouble concentrating, memory problems, or difficulty finding words.
Muscle and Joint Pain
Persistent pain or discomfort in muscles and joints.
Recurring or persistent chest pain, which may be sharp or dull.
Frequent or severe headaches.
Irregular or rapid heartbeats, often accompanied by a pounding sensation in the chest.
Loss of Taste and Smell
Continued or recurring loss of the sense of taste and smell.
Insomnia, difficulty falling asleep, or disrupted sleep patterns.
Anxiety and Depression
Mental health symptoms, including anxiety, depression, or mood changes.
It's important to note that these symptoms can vary in severity and duration among individuals with long COVID. If you or someone you know is experiencing persistent symptoms after recovering from COVID-19, it is advisable to seek medical attention for proper evaluation and management.
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