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Panic attacks and “covid fog”: what happens after the postponed COVID-19



According to the head physician, those who contracted the coronavirus, depending on the severity, could develop serious mental disorders, including confusion, hallucinations, etc. This, however, did not happen often. Many more people experienced mild cognitive decline during the recovery phase. People in this state cannot concentrate, do mental work, collect their thoughts. Patients refer to this as “covid fog”.

In addition, patients after infection experienced heart palpitations, and due to general anxiety, this became a trigger for panic attacks. Fortunately, these are reversible disorders.

Kostyuk also mentioned an unconfirmed aspect: coronavirus infection can be a factor in accelerating neurodegenerative processes and lead to early dementia.

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