Most people get over COVID-19 within a couple of weeks. Yet, a more diminutive group of survivors, about 10 percent, experience long-term health issues for four weeks or more prolonged. A CDC study found that 1 in 5 young adults who fought off Covid have long-term symptoms weeks after testing negative.
A Mild Case Can Stay Long With Symptoms
While battling the coronavirus, one woman assumed her body would treat it just like the flu - puke for a few weeks then recover. After over eight months, she's indicated that she is still struggling to catch her breath and gets lightheaded most days.
The National Institute of Health marked a good range of symptoms that include fatigue, shortness of breath, and "brain fog." A national magazine sought out long-haulers who also describe a spectrum of symptoms with gastrointestinal distress, persistent pain, and a rapid pulse.
The University of Washington just-completed a study that found out of 177 people deemed post-Covid, approximately 30% reported "persistent" symptoms even after nine months of having recovered.
Still Much is Unknown