The WHO told about the symptoms of postcoid syndrome
The World Health Organization (WHO) first published the definition of postcoid syndrome, and also talked about its symptoms, according to the organization's website.
The WHO noted that up to 20% of patients suffer from postcoid syndrome, or “long-term COVID-19”. The condition occurs three months after recovery and lasts about two months. It is noted that during the “long-term COVID-19” phases of deterioration and improvement may occur several times.
The organization identified shortness of breath, fatigue, signs of cognitive dysfunction, and other conditions that affect daily life among the key symptoms of postcoid syndrome.
WHO experts have come to the conclusion that the postcoid syndrome should include conditions that cannot be explained by other diagnoses.
Earlier, nutritionist Ksenia Chernaya told what products are useful for people who have had coronavirus. In her opinion, it is important to eat foods high in vitamin A and omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids. They are rich in oily fish, eggs, cod liver, offal, as well as olive, linseed and hemp oils.