Most people infected with the
coronavirus have prominent symptoms such as cough and fever. But they may complain of body pain, fatigue, sore throat, and headache. Initially, there is a dry cough but eventually, some people also get mucus along with cough which consists of 'dead cells' (dead cells) of the lungs killed due to coronavirus.
If I have severe symptoms? This disease can cause very serious conditions for some people. It is detected within seven to ten days of infection. Health conditions can deteriorate rapidly. It is difficult to breathe with complaints of lung irritation. This happens because the body's resistance system is trying to fight against infection. Actually, the immune system reacts strongly against the corona virus and some of its damage also occurs to our body. Some people need to be hospitalized for oxygen therapy. The body starts recovering from irritation and discomfort.
According to the World Health Organization, only one in 20 people need to go to the ICU. This may also include being placed on a ventilator. If a person is admitted in the ICU, it definitely takes time to recover from the disease, whatever the illness. After the ICU, the person is first shifted to the general ward, and only then he is allowed to go home.
It can take 12 to 18 months for a person to return to normal life after critical care. Massive damage to muscles results from prolonged lying on a hospital bed. The patient becomes weak and in such a situation, it takes time for the muscles to regain strength.