LONG COVID AFFECTING SEVEN OUT OF TEN
SEVEN in ten patients hospitalised with Covid are not fully recovered five months after being discharged from hospital, a shocking new study shows.
White women aged approximately 40 to 60, tend to have the most severe prolonged symptoms,
The UK-wide study, led by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Leicester Biomedical Research Centre analysed 1077 patients.
Researchers found that each participant had an average of nine persistent symptoms.
The most common symptoms were: muscle pain, fatigue, physical slowing down, impaired sleep quality, joint pain or swelling, limb weakness, breathlessness, pain, short-term memory loss, and slowed thinking.