Those who have had a new coronavirus infection share on social networks the consequences after the illness. So, some said that during the treatment they could not drink alcoholic beverages, and now they are completely disgusted with them. “Once she [crap] stopped smelling. And immediately a crazy thought came to my mind:“I wonder how it is to drink strong, when there is no taste or smell?” And immediately, as I thought, the body almost jumped straight away from the bottle. I was already taken aback. Well, I think I'll get better - and then !! " - the user recalls. However, after recovering, the man himself did not want to drink alcohol. His words were supported by other subscribers, noting that they are "turned away" not only from strong drinks, but also from beer, wine, champagne. Also, some patients began to experience rejection of coffee with chocolate: "After covid, the very sight of chocolate causes a persistent gag reflex." A man who has undergone coronavirus said that he had stopped smoking: “Three months have passed - I do not pull. That is, I can hold on to a glass, a cigarette, but after a while I start to feel sick."
Recovered From Coronavirus Called Unexpected Consequences Of The Disease, For Example, Aversion To Alcohol
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