Podcast: Neurological Effects of Long COVID

In this episode of Back To Health, Anna S. Nordvig, M.D. discusses what patients should know about the neurological effects of long COVID. She highlights how the impacts of COVID-19 can cause long-term complications to the brain and the peripheral nervous systems, including common effects like brain fog, chronic fatigue, and confusion. She reviews the cognitive dysfunctions of the condition and how patients advocacy groups helped to shed light on these issues. She shares how patients can help with treatment and research through documenting all of their symptoms, as well as noting the existing screenings and treatments available.

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