Senses of smell and taste of coronavirus survivors continues to be distorted months after they recover

Many Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) survivors still have not fully recovered months after the initial infection. Many are saying they still have not fully recovered their sense of smell. Many others are saying their senses of smell and taste have become radically distorted. These people are now misplacing different odors. The condition wherein a person’s sense of smell has … Continue reading Senses of smell and taste of coronavirus survivors continues to be distorted months after they recover

Coronavirus survivors regain their sense of smell by going through “fragrance journey” with renowned perfumer

Perfumer and “fragrance expert” Sue Phillips from New York City believes she can help people who have recovered from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) regain their sense of smell. The loss of the sense of smell is a symptom of COVID-19. Many who recover from the virus wait months before their ability to smell returns – and many others … Continue reading Coronavirus survivors regain their sense of smell by going through “fragrance journey” with renowned perfumer

Yes, it’s REAL: Coronavirus patients are losing their sense of smell and taste – and aren’t getting them back

In addition to attacking the lungs, the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) can also rob patients of their sense of smell and taste. Now, as they begin to learn more about the disease, experts warn that these patients could be without these senses for much longer than expected. Healthcare personnel first noticed that COVID-19 patients were losing their ability to … Continue reading Yes, it’s REAL: Coronavirus patients are losing their sense of smell and taste – and aren’t getting them back

Scans show changes in brain caused by coronavirus-related loss of smell

We’re still learning about the effects of coronavirus on the body, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that one symptom that was previously considered uncommon may be a lot more prevalent than previously thought – and for some, it may be the only symptom they’ll experience. Italian researchers say they’ve seen images of the brain changes caused by … Continue reading Scans show changes in brain caused by coronavirus-related loss of smell