Systematic Review Reveals Many COVID-19 Vaccine Recipients Experienced New-Onset Psychosis

TUESDAY, MAY 07, 2024 – Authored by Naveen Athrappully via The Epoch Times  Individuals who took COVID-19 vaccines were found to have later suffered from psychosis, with Pfizer and AstraZeneca shots linked to most of the cases. The peer-reviewed systemic review, published in the Frontiers in Psychiatry journal on April 12, examined cases of new-onset psychosis […]

Long COVID patients report improvements following self-regulation therapy, study finds

by University of California, Los Angeles A new UCLA-led study suggests that some people living with long COVID may be able to alleviate certain symptoms by using short-term, self-regulating therapies. The small-scale study, published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, recruited a group of 20 long COVID patients, many of whom had been experiencing symptoms for more than […]

Long-Term Brain Issues In COVID Patients May Be Linked To Disease Severity: Study

JAN 01, 2024 – Amie Dahnke The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), A new study reports that brain function can be impaired for 18 months after a person has recovered from COVID-19, especially if the individual was hospitalized. However, COVID-induced cognitive impairment is no more severe than impairment due to other diseases causing hospitalization. The prospective cohort study, published in […]

Who Is Most at Risk for Long COVID?

Demographic, clinical characteristics offer hints for caregivers, policymakers By JAKE MILLER March 8, 2023 Research This article is part of Harvard Medical School’s continuing coverage of COVID-19. A new study of more than 800,000 people has found that in the U.S., COVID “long haulers” were more likely to be older and female, with more chronic conditions than people in […]

People Who Complied with COVID Restrictions More Likely to Suffer Mental Health Issues: Study

By Johnathan Jones, The Western Journal Dec. 4, 2023 A recent study conducted by a university in the United Kingdom found that individuals who fully complied with COVID-19 measures are more likely to suffer from lingering mental health issues than those who resisted government mandates and viewed such orders with skepticism. The findings might be the least […]

8 Tips For Coping With Long COVID Symptoms, According to an Expert

Up to 40% of adults who have recovered from COVID say they’ve experienced symptoms that linger for months Published 11/30/23, Hannah Murphy, The Messenger Three years after the onset of COVID-19, experts are now able to treat the most acute impacts of the respiratory virus, but less is understood about the lingering side effects it leaves […]

Cognitive dysfunction in post-COVID-19 condition: Mechanisms, management, and rehabilitation

Marika Möller, Kristian Borg, Christer Janson, Maria Lerm, Johan Normark, Katarina NiwardSeptember 2023, Journal of Internal MedicineVolume 294, Issue 5 p. 563-581 Abstract The long-term effects of COVID-19 on cognitive function have become an area of increasing concern. This paper provides an overview of characteristics, risk factors, possible mechanisms, and management strategies for cognitive dysfunction in post-COVID-19 condition (PCC). Prolonged cognitive […]

How Covid Affected Our Dreams

Elizaveta Solomonova Ph.D., Mind States, Posted June 18, 2022 What we dreamt about during Covid, and what it could tell us. KEY POINTS Studies show that both our waking and dreaming lives were influenced by the pandemic. While we were preoccupied with the pandemic itself and the profound changes in our habits and lifestyles, our dreams […]

COVID Pandemic Caused Collective Trauma in Americans, Survey Says

Americans are more stressed than before, and experts blame COVID Published 11/03/23, Mansur Shaheen, The Messenger COVID Pandemic Caused Collective Trauma in Americans, Survey Says Americans, and specifically younger people, are much more stressed now than they were in years past. Experts say this is because of collective trauma experienced during the pandemic. A survey published Thursday […]

Long-Term Sequelae of COVID-19: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of One-Year Follow-Up Studies on Post-COVID Symptoms

Authors: Qing Han 1,Bang Zheng 2,3,4,*,Luke Daines 2 and Aziz Sheikh  Pathogens 2022, 11(2), 269;, Published: 19 February 2022 Emerging and/or Zoonotic Viral Infections) Abstract Emerging evidence has shown that COVID-19 survivors could suffer from persistent symptoms. However, it remains unclear whether these symptoms persist over the longer term. This study aimed to systematically synthesise evidence on post-COVID symptoms persisting for at least […]