Effect of Olfactory Rehabilitation on the Recovery of Post-Coronavirus Disease Olfactory Dysfunction: A Randomized Controlled Trial


Alex Zxi Jian Ho • Nur Izzati B. Ishak • Eugene Hung Chih Wong, Published: June 06, 2024, DOI: 10.7759/cureus.61855 Cite this article as: Ho A, Ishak N B, Wong E (June 06, 2024) Effect of Olfactory Rehabilitation on the Recovery of Post-Coronavirus Disease Olfactory Dysfunction: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Cureus 16(6): e61855. doi:10.7759/cureus.61855 Abstract Introduction Persistent olfactory dysfunction was seen in many […]

Why Loss of Smell Can Persist After COVID-19


Research suggests that long-term smell loss is linked to an ongoing immune response in the nose By DUKE HEALTH NEWS OFFICE  Research This article is part of Harvard Medical School’s continuing coverage of COVID-19. New research has provided important insight into why some people fail to fully regain their sense of smell even months after recovering from COVID-19. […]

Long-Term Brain Issues In COVID Patients May Be Linked To Disease Severity: Study


JAN 01, 2024 – Amie Dahnke The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), A new study reports that brain function can be impaired for 18 months after a person has recovered from COVID-19, especially if the individual was hospitalized. However, COVID-induced cognitive impairment is no more severe than impairment due to other diseases causing hospitalization. The prospective cohort study, published in […]

New research points to possible reason for long COVID


A Spanish study suggests that SARS-CoV-2 mediated vagus nerve dysfunction (VND) could be responsible for long COVID. By SHIRA SILKOFF, FEBRUARY 2022 – The Jerusalem Post Many symptoms of post-COVID syndrome could be caused by lasting damage sustained to one of the most important nerves in the human body during initial infection with coronavirus, new research has […]

Cardiorespiratory dysautonomia in post-COVID-19 condition: Manifestations, mechanisms and management


Artur Fedorowski, Monika Fagevik Olsén, Frida Nikesjö, Christer Janson, Judith Bruchfeld, Maria Lerm, Kristofer Hedma: May 2023, Journal of Internal MedicineVolume 294, Issue 5 p. 548-562 Abstract A significant proportion of COVID-19 patients experience debilitating symptoms for months after the acute infection. According to recent estimates, approximately 1 out of 10 COVID-19 convalescents reports persistent health issues more than 3 months after […]

Late onset and persistent parosmia and dysgeusia as neurosensorial complication by the SARS virus COV 2


Patricia Sequeira Rodriguez, Rafael Santana Ortiz,at. al.Otolaryngol 2023: 2023.  doi:  10.1016/j.xocr.2023.100510, PMCID: PMC9850639,PMID: 3669145 Abstract About the neurological manifestations of COVID-19, smell impairment with some distortion or parosmia is currently one of the longest-lasting post-covid sequelae affecting many young adults around the world, we present a case of a 25yo patient that after the COVID-19 infection initiates with […]

Home Remedies To Get Rid Of The Metallic Taste In Your Mouth


Sometimes the cause behind the metallic taste in your mouth could be acid reflux, dry mouth, dehydration, smoking, or COVID-19 Authored by Shaloo Tiwari |Published : Healthsite.com Do you sometimes feel a kind of metallic taste in your mouth? This taste can be described as a taste that replicates the taste of metal. Usually, this is a […]

Treatments of COVID-19-Associated Taste and Saliva Secretory Disorders


Hironori Tsuchiya, Christos Rahiotis, Academic Editor and Nikolaos Gkantidis, Academic EditorDent J (Basel). 2023 Jun; 11(6): 140. Published online 2023 May 25. doi: 10.3390/dj11060140, PMCID: PMC10297082 PMID: 37366663 Abstract Since the worldwide spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection, treating taste and saliva secretory disorders associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has become a critical issue. The aim of the […]

Parosmia and COVID: How Long Changes in Smell Last, Plus Treatment Options


Christine Giordano, MD | Reviewed by Angela Dunn, MD, MPH, August 29, 2023 GoodRX Key takeaways: For some people, morning coffee smells like onions or trash. And the smell of loved ones makes them want to gag day after day. This is parosmia — a change or distortion of normal smell. And it’s one of the types of […]

Study identifies risk factors for long-haul COVID disease in adults


by Lynda De Widt, Mayo Clinic SEPTEMBER 14, 2023 Medical Xpress Mayo Clinic researchers have identified risk factors that can cause adult COVID-19 patients to suffer symptoms that linger for months or years. The condition is often referred to as long-haul COVID. The findings are reported in the Journal of Investigative Medicine. Researchers surveyed more than 3,000 […]