Long Covid-19 scent loss is mostly caused by damage to the Olfactory bulb: Research
A recent study has found that long Covid-19 scent loss is mostly caused by damage to the olfactory bulb. The research, which was conducted by a team at the University of East Anglia, looked at data from a previous study of Covid-19 patients who had been discharged from hospital.
The team found that patients who had long Covid-19 were more likely to have damage to the olfactory bulb, which is the part of the brain that is responsible for processing smells. This damage can lead to a loss of smell, which is one of the most common symptoms of long Covid-19.
The study also found that patients who had long Covid-19 were more likely to have other neurological problems, such as fatigue, headaches, and difficulty concentrating. This suggests that long Covid-19 may be associated with a range of neurological problems.
The study highlights the need for further research into the long-term effects of Covid-19. This is particularly important as we are still learning about the virus and its potential effects on the human body.
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