A typical zh article, post its turning.
So this is why my faculties are failing? I'm a convid survivor.
Nothing to do with being psyop'd for 18 months non-stop of course
https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/reco ... e-scale-uk
Recovered COVID Patients Suffering 'Significant Cognitive Deficits' According To Large-Scale UK Study
Common complaints include a lack of smell and taste, as well as "brain fog" - in which sufferers often complain of ongoing confusion, lack of focus, and migraines - well after they've 'recovered' from the disease.
Last week, The Independent reported that Covid-19 may accelerate the onset of Alzheimer's disease in patients suffering from neurological symptoms, while another study noted in the report found that coronavirus patients "are more susceptible to long-term memory and thinking problems."
Last September, a study offered the first clear evidence that Covid-19 'hijacks' brain cells to make copies of itself - starving nearby cells of oxygen. The same researchers found last July that some Covid-19 patients have developed serious neurological complications, including nerve damage.
Now, a large-scale study - (method not named, so do I assume it was social media questionnaire?) - in the UK of more than 80,000 participants "offers convincing evidence that COVID-19 may indeed result in long-term cognitive deficits – even in those who suffer the mildest form of the disease," according to Dr. Rhonda Patrick*
* Take this woman's name.
Fluvid has no long-term effects
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 104507.htm
A recent study has shown that all participants achieve normalization of CNS injury biomarkers, regardless of previous disease severity or persistent neurological symptoms, indicating that post-COVID-19 neurological sequalae are not due to active brain injury.
No signs of brain injury post-acute COVID-19,
"Human beings are poor examiners, subject to superstition, bias, prejudice and a profound tendency to see what they want to see rather than what is really there." - M. Scott Peck