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Seniors Found Prone to ‘Brain Fog’, Weakness, Emotional Turmoil After Surviving COVID-19 – Sputnik International

Many older adults who’ve become critically ill from the COVID-19 coronavirus describe experiencing “brain fog” – or difficulty stringing together thoughts, problems……

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Many older adults whove become critically ill from the COVID-19 coronavirus describe experiencing brain fog – or difficulty stringing together thoughts, problems concentrating and issues with short-term memory – after battling the disease.
Such sudden cognitive dysfunction is a common concern for those seniors who have survived COVID-19, according to Kaiser Health News. 
Marilyn Walters, 65, has battled what she calls brain fog, as have other older people who were previously critically ill with…

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