There is a cognitive side effect from having COVID-19, it is given the on medical term brain fog. Here is a description of the problem that occurs in patients after they have suffered from an infection with COVID-19.
Seven months later, the rollercoaster is far from over: the 36-year-old from Byron Bay, Australia is still experiencing symptoms – including difficulties with thinking that are often described as “brain fog”.
(The Guardian) “‘Brain fog seems like such an inferior description of what is actually going on. It’s completely crippling. I am unable to think clearly enough to [do] anything,’ says Nicholson-McKellar, adding that the experience would be better described as cognitive impairment.
The consequences, she says, have been enormous.
‘I can’t work more than one to two hours a day and even just leaving the house to get some shopping can be a challenge,’ she says. ‘When I get tired it becomes much worse and sometimes all I can do is lay in bed and watch TV.’ Brain fog has made her forgetful to the point that she says she burns pots while cooking.
‘It often prevents me from being able to have a coherent conversation or write a text message or email,’ she adds. ‘I feel like a shadow of my former self. I am not living right now, I am simply existing.’
Nicholson-McKellar is far from alone.”
Donald Trump has COVID-19. He claims he feels better than he did 20 years ago. His feeling better is probably related to his steroid treatments. Regardless, Trump is being careless regarding his treatment and convalescence during his infection with COVID-19.
It is important that the American public know the nature and extent of Trump’s COVID-19 infection. It is more important for the American people to know the long-term effects of COVID-19 on Donald Trump. Will he suffer from brain fog?
If Trump suffers from brain fog, full disclosure is not only needed but should be required.
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