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Neurological Concerns of COVID-19

Largely considered a respiratory ailment, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is now showing signs of affecting the brain. A synopsis of the findings at reports that there are now more than 300 studies from around the world that have found “a prevalence of neurological abnormalities in COVID-19 patients, including mild symptoms like headaches, loss of smell (anosmia) and tingling sensations (arcoparasthesia), up to more severe outcomes such as aphasia (inability to speak), strokes and seizures.”

For more information on Neurological Concerns of COVID-19, check out this link below from Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy an Official Publication of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy.