The Pathogenesis of Neurological Disorders and Brain Fog in Post-COVID19 Syndrome (PCS)
Keywords:Brain Fog, COVID-19, Neurological symptoms, Post-COVID, Long COVID, Pandemic, SARS-CoV-2.
AbstractSince the pandemic and then now since vaccination, many new signs and symptoms are being observed symptoms of long COVID. In spite of the fact that most individuals with COVID-19 get better within weeks of their sickness, but a small numbers of individuals encounter “Post-COVID” conditions. This is called “long COVID” syndrome if these remain with symptoms after four weeks of first being infected with “SARS-CoV-2”, that causes “COVID-19”. Most common long COVID symptoms, include brain fog, fatigue, anxiety, and depression are important symptoms experienced by Post- COVID-19 patients. The patients are divided into 2 groups, the Post-COVID-19 patients, for up to 4-12 weeks following the infection, and Post-COVIC-19 Syndrome (PCS) for more than 12 weeks.
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