Have you or anyone close to you caught Covid?
If you know anyone who had, or if you had one of the most characteristic symptoms of this disease, loss of smell, you know what I am talking about. F
or many people, the recovery of the symptom may take a long time. Did you know that there are many degrees of loss of smell, and it can happen at any stage of Covid-19, or even not show?
Different from what we see in other respiratory diseases (like rhinitis, sinusitis, and colds), the loss of smell in Covid-19 happens abruptly and intensely. However, according to the experts, it can be reversed with some steps.
As the pandemic went on, doctors noticed that changes in the sense of smell and taste were frequent in patients with Covid-19.
Luckily, most can spontaneously recover, complete or partially, in a few weeks or months.
Although hyposmia (partial loss) and anosmia (total loss) are common in cases of respiratory infections, research from the Brazilian Association of Otolaryngology and Cervic-facial Surgery (ABORL-CCF, in Portuguese) reveals that patients infected by the novel coronavirus face longer times of recovery.
The suggested treatments act as a means of accelerating the recovery of their senses.
Although unknown until now, ”olfactory training” has no contraindications and helps accelerate the recovery of smell.
A Brazilian study shows that most cases of loss of smell improve, and only 5% don’t show any improvements.
Early treatment helps in the recovery of smell and must be done under medical orientation. Isn’t it amazing?
Try it and share your experiences with us.
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