With an increase in the number of coronavirus cases, there has been a considerable jump in the number of recovered patients too. However, one of the major concerns linked to COVID-19 in recent times is the long term effects of the virus that the COVID survivors have to experience.
While even mild cases of COVID-19 can result in high fever, severe headaches, fatigue and many other complications, patients who have recovered from the coronavirus also continue experiencing lingering symptoms for a long period of time. Recently, the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) identified and published 28 symptoms of long COVID in their guidelines.
What is a post-COVID syndrome?
Post-COVID syndrome is the state of experiencing COVID complications even after having tested negative for the virus. During this period, one can go from experiencing similar and most common symptoms of the novel coronavirus to facing no issues at all. That said, considering COVID-19 is a long process that initially goes from mild to severe symptoms, the post-COVID syndrome has become a grave issue in recent times.
How long does it last?
Unveiled: 28 symptoms of long COVID, as per NICE guidelines
It has been over eight months now and people are still grappling with the complications caused by the pandemic. While many studies and researches on post-COVID syndrome have already been published, the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has announced their own set of guidelines for the same. As on December 18, it listed down the number of symptoms associated with long COVID. However, they have not limited the symptoms to the ones they mentioned.
– Dry cough
Source – https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/health-news/coronavirus-uks-new-coronavirus-strain-poses-serious-risks-to-children-too-as-per-scientists/photostory/79854397.cms