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Covid patients experience a variety of symptoms affecting the upper respiratory system, including wheezing, coughing, and breathing issues.
Are you recovered from Covid but experiencing long-hauler symptoms that make it hard to get through the day?
Loss of Smell
One of the most notable symptoms of the Covid virus is the reports of people losing their smell and taste.
Joint or Muscle Pain
Joint and muscle pain are common symptoms during an active Covid infection, but usually, these symptoms start to subside when a patient recovers from the virus.
1 in 4 patients with an active Covid infection report headaches as one of the symptoms, and unfortunately, these headaches stick around for some people after the illness.
Nausea and Vomiting
Even though Covid primarily affects the upper respiratory system, many patients experience symptoms that affect their digestive systems as well.
Coughing is one of the three “classic” symptoms patients experience during an active Covid infection, along with a loss of smell and fever.
Even though Covid is typically classified as an upper respiratory virus, the symptoms of this illness can affect many other parts of the body.
Allergies can interrupt your daily life, especially when the symptoms seem to linger throughout the day and night.