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How to fight covid : Dementia after covid

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2022-06-15 10:17:09

        After recovering from COVID-19 infection, many patients find that their bodies are not as strong as before or having symptoms similar to the time of infection. Especially lung and heart abnormalities that don't work as well as before.
        Some patients who are affected after coronavirus, develop dementia in the 1-6 months after COVID-19 infection, a condition in which brain function deteriorates. Mostly in meditation, decision making, planning, and short-term memory skills. Those people will be diagnosed with symptoms of brain fatigue, inability to focus on one thing, affecting daily activities, work or social activities that can cause long-term harm.
        People at risk for dementia include older adults with multiple comorbidities. When there is an acute infection with COVID-19 and severe symptoms, it will cause a lack of oxygen. As a result, patients have depression and anxiety, neurological symptoms and dementia.
        The symptoms of dementia can be better on their own over time. They will need to stay fit, eating nutritious food, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, doing brain-boosting activities, practicing critical thinking, practicing meditation, or relaxing hobbies. Those will help the brain and nervous system to recover and return to normal faster and better.
        For patients with underlying medical conditions, especially stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, or the elderly with multiple comorbidities, treatment should be continued. If your symptoms don't improve within 6 months, see your local doctor or treating doctor.