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There is no cure yet, COVID-19 patients should focus on improving their quality of life | CCP Pneumonia | NTDTV Online

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There is no cure yet, COVID-19 patients should focus on improving their quality of life | CCP Pneumonia | NTDTV Online

Beijing time:2022-11-04 11:00

[NTDTV, Beijing, November 04, 2022]According to a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office report, long-term symptoms of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) could affect up to 23 million Americans and put 1 million permanently out of work. Experts say there is currently no cure for long-term COVID-19 symptoms, and the current goal is to manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

According to a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office report, the aftermath of COVID-19, also known as the “coronavirus,” could affect as many as 23 million Americans and leave 1 million permanently out of work, severely impacting the U.S. economy.

According to a recent study (October 12) in the scientific journal Nature, nearly half of Covid-19 patients with symptoms have not recovered after a few months.

Jose Luis Perez, chief medical officer of the South Central Family Health Center: “Because even the medical research community doesn’t really understand what the pathophysiology of COVID-19 is. Is it a blood clot? Is it an immune system abnormality?” “We don’t have a specific test. The way. I can’t do a blood test to tell if you have a new crown, and we don’t have a nasal swab test method. At this point, it’s basically a clinical diagnosis through a series of symptoms and symptoms or medical history of the new crown infection. “

Experts say obesity can also cause severe symptoms of the virus, and even coronavirus. By law, patients living under long-term COVID-19 restrictions can also be classified as disabled.

Nisha Viswanathan, director of UCLA’s long-term new crown program: “Some of our patients have many symptoms, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, and some are just a single symptom, such as loss of taste and smell.” “The new crown can indeed change the hormones in the brain. , which can lead to depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and poor concentration, which are some of the things our patients often notice.”

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They will focus treatment on reducing symptoms and assisting patients to improve their quality of life.

Nisha Viswanathan: “Creating a mindfulness practice that includes meditation, acupuncture, and actually many of our TCM methods can be really successful in managing symptoms for many patients who feel fatigued. I think in the end, many patients just need to combine these techniques, to improve these symptoms.”

She pointed out that a moderate return to work can also help patients with long-term new crowns recover, while also bringing some meaning and purpose to their lives.

Comprehensive report by NTDTV reporter Guo Yoxi in Los Angeles

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