Hair loss and depression doctors called post-covid symptoms

(ORDO NEWS) — People who have been ill with COVID-19 experience post-COVID symptoms. They can last up to three months. Each person can manifest differently, but hair loss (baldness) and a depressive state are most often mentioned.

Experience shows that these conditions, which prevent a person from returning to his former life, can cause serious consequences for mental and physical health. A person at this time becomes very vulnerable to external factors. He needs support and care.

What are post-COVID symptoms?

Sweat by the term “post-covid symptoms” scientists have combined symptoms without a specific diagnosis. That is, they are, but do not indicate the presence of an ailment in the human body.

Statistics have shown that every 5 people who have had a coronavirus experience this. Typical signs of complications that remain after the disease are:

  • weakness and loss of strength;
  • hair loss;
  • prolonged shortness of breath;
  • sleep problems (not only insomnia, but also drowsiness);
  • cough;
  • joint pain;
  • headache attacks;
  • anxiety states;
  • depression.

They continue until full recovery from the disease. And in order for the body to return to normal faster, you need to follow the recommendations of the doctor: do breathing exercises, exercise therapy, train the brain and develop cognitive abilities.

If a person finds himself with such symptoms, you should immediately consult a doctor. He will prescribe the necessary medicines to relieve pain, sleep better. Also, the doctor will tell you what physical activity is needed, give an appointment for massages.

Depression is the hardest thing to treat, because in the case when a person tries to cope on his own, but ends up committing suicide.

Symptoms appear after Delta and Omicron. In every fifth person, complications lasted 5 weeks, in every 10 such conditions were observed up to 12 weeks or longer.


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