“To some extent it can be turned back, and we need to do it.
Of course, it is much easier for a young person to unscrew it back than for an older person.
Men suffer more during the acute phase.
And women are more inclined to grow a long coiled tail and then drag it along.
Depending on our specific bodily tendencies, we get one or the other.
At the same time, the virus does not do something specific, one thing for everyone, but just where it is thin - there it breaks, ”the biologist said in an interview with Anton Krasovsky on the YouTube channel RT Russia.
Earlier, Natalya Pshenichnaya, deputy director for clinical and analytical work of the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology of Rospotrebnadzor, said that the consequences of coronavirus disease can be weakness, fatigue, memory loss and concentration.