This Scary Side Effect of COVID May Last Forever, Study Says

By EatThisNotThat - January 31, 2021

A few months into the pandemic, it became clear that some people—even those with mild to moderate infections—were experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 long after the virus was gone.

The condition—long COVID or long hauler syndrome—continues to be studied by researchers around the world. In their struggle to understand the mysterious manifestation of the virus and all of its symptoms, researchers believe they might be one step further to understanding how antibodies impact the slew of scary symptoms long haulers experience.

And, one new study claims that the infection triggers the production of antibodies, but instead of those antibodies fighting the virus itself, they are mistakenly attacking the individual’s own tissues.

Read on to learn more about the scary side effect of COVID—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these Sure Signs You’ve Already Had Coronavirus


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More long-term damage caused by COVID-19 than expected | COVID-19 Special
DW News

Thousands of people of all ages are staying sick for weeks — even months. A study by Denmark’s Aarhus University found a third of corona patients suffered long-term side effects. For some, the virus doesn’t just come and go. It stays. The disease can damage the lungs, heart and brain, increasing the risk of long-term health problems.

From Scarred Lungs to Diabetes: How COVID May Stick With People Long-Term | SciShow News

Even though we are still in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists are trying to figure out the ways in which this disease may stick with people in the long term – from lasting lung damage to potentially triggering diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

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