COVID-19 survivors are getting this syndrome 6 months after infection

After a latest research Doctors have discover that long-hauler coronavirus are creating a syndrome called postural orthostatic tachycardia.

In a few cases they notice, in some people, coronavirus symptoms don’t leave properly. However, in some cases it can be a matter of months before they finally disappear.

But finally, after a lot of research, some doctors are onsetting to uncover a syndrome in coronavirus patients that have recovered from the infection but still facing some symptom and this syndrome is called POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia). POTS can cause a variety of symptoms, for instance severe chronic fatigue, nausea, and abdominal pain.

A survivor from COVID-19 patient has just wrote in The New York Times, “postural orthostatic tachycardia which is also known as POTS precludes standing for more than a few minutes at a time, as autonomic damage prevents blood vessels in the lower extremities from properly returning blood to the heart and brain against gravity.

He also stated that on the standing posture your heart rate can be double or triple, by the lack of oxygen to the brain   and upper body lead to many of the symptoms seen in POTS patients: dizziness, headaches, shortness of breath, chest pain, “brain fog.”

He continues by saying that it is difficult for postural orthostatic tachycardia (POTS) patients cannot standing for the long time. H e or she can be left with massive fatigue, light, and sound sensitivity, tingling extremities, temperature intolerance, and gastrointestinal problems (again, all the bodily functions of the autonomic nervous system gone awry).”

POTS is not a life-threatening syndrome, but we can prepare ourselves for this suffering. Now that it’s been around six months since April/May, we may see more people diagnosed with POTS, which could account for common symptoms such as brain fog and other cognitive issues found in long-hauler COVID-19 survivors