Study: Long-haul COVID symptoms remain 1+ year later for some
A new study finds many COVID-19 long-haulers suffer from neurological symptoms months after their initial infection.
Researchers from Northwestern University analyzed patients after their initial visit to a long-haul clinic. They found on average of 15-months after onset, most COVID long-haulers continue to experience symptoms such as brain fog, numbness or tingling, headache, dizziness, blurred vision and fatigue.
The study also found most long-haulers had an increase in blood pressure.