A REVIEW ARTICLE ON THE LONG TERM COGNITIVE AND NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SEQUELAE OF COVID-19
Author(s): Rumina Rajwani, Shiv Joshi*
The entire globe is shocked with the tremendous rise in the case number and deaths caused by the novel corona virus (officially known as Corona virus disease ), which was discovered in Wuhan, China, in late 2019. The virus can cause a wide variety of alignment , ranging from minute to extreme range of sickness. In extreme of severe situations, difficulty breathing and death ensue.Raised temperature ,tickle in throat , tiredness, generalised body ache , diarrhoea, also headache is among verging prevalent first complaints . When an infected individual coughs, sneezes, or exhales, respiratory droplets are released.
The impact of the corona virus on the brain and how it creates behavioural and neurological issues in survivors are both poorly understood. The necessity for comprehending significance of the covid in the role of the pathology of brain illnesses plus their proctact consequences. Corona virus individuals may experience brain problems like headaches,impaired awareness , and numbness, according to emerging data. An autopsy revealed central nervous system swelling along with incomplete degenerations in the brain . Furthermore, there are indications that the organism have ability of causing harm to the brain.
This data suggest that the virus may play a role in evolution of acute mental ailment and remote future neuropsychological consequences in Corona virus. Corona virus infection-related brain diseases are anticipated to have a long-term effect on cognitive functioning. This review article outlines the current position in regard to the coronavirus pandemic, its consequences for cognitive and neuropsychiatric symptoms, and the disease's seriousness. It mostly outlines what Corona virus does on the brain.