There have been several reports of Covid-19 adverse effects all around the world. According to a new study, those who are infected with coronavirus are more likely to acquire diabetes or hypertension within a few months. People with proven Covid-19 infection are more likely to be hospitalised or develop two chronic conditions in the months after their sickness, according to members of Discovery Health Ltd, South Africa’s largest health insurer.
Furthermore, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) questioned 7,000 Discovery Health members who had recovered from acute Covid-19 and discovered several things:
Diabetes is 1.38 times more likely to occur within two to twelve months of recovering from Covid-19.
A 1.11-fold increased chance of having hypertension over that time period.
A 2.8-fold increased risk of hospitalisation in the first month after recovering from an acute Covid-19 infection, and a 1.5-fold increased risk two to twelve months afterwards.
Thirty-one percent of individuals who recovered from Covid-19 had headaches, fourteen percent had trouble sleeping and shortness of breath, twelve percent had dizziness, eleven percent had difficulty concentrating, and ten percent had muscle and joint discomfort.
43 percent reported having difficulty doing daily living tasks. Thirty percent had difficulty concentrating, twenty percent had difficulty walking, sixteen percent had difficulty seeing, and challenges with hearing, communication, and self-care were also mentioned.
Preliminary results demonstrate that the Covid-19 injection developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE protects against serious disease caused by newly identified pathogens.