There are people who find it difficult to return to their daily life even after being cured because of these aftereffects.

Reporter Lee Jung-guk reported on people who are suffering from such aftereffects, although it is said that there are also symptoms that make people feel stupid as if there is fog in their head.

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is the fight against the corona 19 cure posted on social media.

I have been suffering from sequelae for nearly half a year, and I wrote that the five symptoms I saw for the first time in my life continue to appear.

[Hyun Park/Professor of Busan National University: The symptoms that are appearing now are repeating good and bad, like riding a roller coaster.

Chest pain, chronic fatigue, skin problems, and stomach pain are repeating from good to bad.] The

most severe symptom was so-called'brain fog'.

It is a difficult symptom to remember and concentrate as you become dazzled as if there is fog on your head.

Because of this, it is said that there is an embarrassing situation where you can't remember if you just took medicine or what you were trying to find after opening the internet.

[Kim Hee-jin / Neuropsychiatrist: (What kind of causal relationship is Corona and Brain Fog?) There is a lot of relevance.

It enters the nervous system and causes infection within the nerve cells.

The patients can't smell it.

The brain is blank.

Then, encephalitis is also reported quite common in the United States.]

Due to these and other sequelae, it is difficult to return to normal life.

[Former Mo/Corona 19 cure: There is a tingling feeling like a head ache, hair falling out, no sense at the tip of the nose and lips, and the biggest problem is lethargy…


[Mr. Aunt/Corona 19 cure: Starting 3 weeks ago, I got a red hives on my face, so I went to the hospital to get an injection.]

A paper on the cure in the UK was recently published.

A survey of 100 cured COVID-19 patients found that most of them suffer from one or more sequelae after recovery.

More than 60% of patients complained of fatigue for several weeks after discharge, and 65% of patients receiving severe treatment had difficulty breathing.

In the case of memory loss and post-traumatic stress disorder, about 1 in 4 of the average patients and about half of those with severe treatment were found.

Many of those who are healed are having a hard time returning to their daily lives, but they say that the harder things are because they do not know how to deal with and treat them.

[Hyun Park/Professor at Pusan ​​National University (Chanel): When I called Jilbon, I was told to rest at home because it was okay.

I've been to several hospitals, and it's a cure, so I don't have any side effects, and I just use strong medicines.

Or, I was only diagnosed with a lack of energy.

In the end, according to the advice of doctors in the United States, the situation is followed by diet and walking.]