Scientists have named the symptoms of a lingering form of coronavirus. This is reported by Express, citing researchers from the UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
Experts said that with a protracted form of the disease, the symptoms do not go away for more than 12 weeks. They note that the symptoms of the virus can vary greatly from patient to patient. Among the main symptoms, scientists named pain in the chest, muscles and joints, as well as a rapid heartbeat, constant malaise, cough and stomach problems. In addition, some people who are ill may experience head fog, sleep disturbances, dizziness, or delirium.
Previously, scientists from the Netherlands and Belgium conducted a study and studied how patients who underwent mild COVID-19 recover. According to them, complications can begin even several weeks or months after recovery. At the same time, every third survivor of COVID-19 becomes "more or less dependent on outside care."