Do you have brain fog?

Brain fog has been found to occur in up to 20 percent of people after acute Covid-19 infection. Symptoms of brain fog usually occur 4-12 weeks after acute infection.

Even mild cases of Covid can cause brain fog. Symptoms can manifest as problems with word finding, concentration, problem solving, and working memory.

Covid-19 crosses into the brain and causes inflammation. This is damaging to the cells in the area of the brain responsible for memory. It also damages the insulation that surrounds our nerves. This causes messages to be transmitted more slowly along our nerves. That means that a person with brain fog may take longer to think of words or to formulate a thought.

We can help if you are experiencing brain fog or other symptoms related to long Covid.

We have established a clinic created by Chief Medical Officer Melanie Hoppers, M.D., that is dedicated exclusively to this illness. Contact us if you would like to be seen.

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Do you have severe fatigue?

One of the most common signs of post-Covid-19 syndrome is fatigue, both physical and mental.

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The impacts of long Covid on children

Identifying children with long Covid can be particularly challenging. Many children find it hard to keep up with schoolwork or find themselves skipping sports that they used to love.

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Orthostatic Intolerance

Since having been ill with covid, have you had dizziness, blurred vision, fatigue, headaches, breathlessness, anxiety, or a rapidly beating heart?

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Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

Myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and often called ME/CFS, is a disease that affects all age groups.

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Long Covid causes moderate to severe sleep disturbances in up to 40 percent of people with afflicted by the disease.

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Symptoms of long Covid

Long Covid, as defined by the CDC, encompasses a wide range of health problems that are new, returning, or ongoing, and that occur four weeks or longer after the onset of infection with COVID-19.

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Find information to help you understand long Covid and its effects.

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