A new study shows that if you have had COVID-19 before, you could be at risk of having long-term brain problems.
COVID-19 Long-Term brain Problems
According to recent studies, persons who have contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus are more likely to experience neurological problems in the first year following their infection.
Such concerns include strokes, cognitive and memory issues, anxiety, sadness, and migraine headaches, according to a thorough study of federal health data.
Additionally, the post-COVID brain is linked to movement disorders, including tremors and involuntary muscle contractions as well as epileptic seizures, difficulty with balance and coordination, hearing and vision abnormalities, and other symptoms resembling those of Parkinson’s disease.