EAT THIS, NOT THAT! Ever since COVID-19 reared its ugly head and upended our world, long-lasting symptoms of the virus have been varied and hard to pinpoint—until now.
“A survey conducted by Dr. Natalie Lambert of Indiana University School of Medicine and Survivor Corps analyzed the long-term experiences COVID-19 survivors are having with the virus. The COVID-19 ‘Long Hauler’ Symptoms Survey Report identified 98 long-lasting symptoms.” And ever since the report came out last year, it’s held up.
Click through from least common to most common to see if you’ve experienced any.
Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these 35 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Syncope is when you faint or pass out, usually due to a temporary drop in blood flow to the brain, reports the Cleveland Clinic.
One study published in the journal HeartRhythm Case Reports finds syncope may be the presenting symptom of a COVID-19 infection, even in those who are asymptomatic. “Recognizing this possibility is of extreme importance, especially in the initial phase of COVID-19 infection,” warn the researchers.
Bilateral Neck Throbbing Around Lymph Nodes
When lymph nodes throb or swell, it’s a sign of trauma around the neck area, an infection, or a bacterial illness related to a cold or sore throat, reports HealthLink British Columbia. COVID-19 is generally known as a respiratory virus that can also affect your throat and sinuses.
Your thyroid is an essential element to your body’s proper functionality. According to Informed Health, it “plays a major role in the metabolism, growth and development of the human body.”
It does this by releasing the perfect amount of thyroid hormones at the perfect times. Some COVID-19 sufferers report having elevated thyroid levels as a long-lasting symptom of the virus … READ MORE.