Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Hopes that Covid-19 related damage to sense of smell may be more superficial than previously feared. Doesn’t infect human brain.

The loss of taste and smell can be an early sign that Covid-19 is affecting a brain area that helps us sense odors.

It affects how they eat, it affects how they interact with other people, and it certainly affects their emotional state. The loss of smell that afflicts as many as 70% to 80% of people who catch Covid-19.

Inspired new scents from the Pandemicandle Co.

Long Covid patients are being haunted by unbearable odours like fish and burning in place of normal smells.

Covid-19 mag onze reuk dan aantasten, omgekeerd kan geur waarschijnlijk ook de infectie opsporen. 

Mucus lines the moist surfaces of your body like the lungs, sinuses, mouth, stomach, and intestines. Even your eyes are coated with a thin layer of mucus. It serves as a lubricant to keep tissues from drying out. It’s also a line of defense.

An international team of researchers led by neuroscientists at Harvard Medical School has identified the olfactory cell types in the upper nasal cavity most vulnerable to infection by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Het reukverlies veroorzaakt door COVID-19 is misschien maar tijdelijk, maar het is zeer verontrustend voor iedereen die dit ervaart.

De belangrijkste functies van geuren zijn echter waarschuwing en verleiding.

Ook kunnen we leren hoe je de stem op een gezonde manier kan gebruiken. Niet persen, wat mensen die zich zwak voelen vaak doen en goed articuleren.

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