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Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., October 26, 2022 –(PR.com)– During rehabilitation after being infected with COVID-19, many patients said they experienced “brain fog.” According to figures given in the study report, about 10% of patients infected with COVID-19 will experience long COVID. At present, it has become customary in the medical community to classify the symptoms of brain and nerve caused by COVID-19 infection as long-term COVID brain fog. According to the statistics in the study report, up to 60% of patients with long-term COVID presented some degree of brain fog.

In 2021, in a study designed to describe long COVID symptoms in more than 3,000 people from 56 countries, researchers found that 88% of respondents represented brain fog symptoms such as cognitive or memory problems. During the first few months after the onset of COVID-19, these symptoms showed an increasing trend and then started to decrease gradually. At the…

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