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Anosmia (loss of smell)

COVID-19 Has Neurological Effects in Most Patients

Four out of five patients recovering from COVID-19 reported neurological effects such as headache, confusion or dizziness at some point.

depressed older man
Anosmia (loss of smell)

Can COVID-19 Symptoms Last for Weeks?

Fatigue, headache, cough, shortness of breath and otherCOVID-19 symptoms last for weeks or even months after recovery in some people.

bergamot citrus fruits, cut and whole, strong distinctive smell
Anosmia (loss of smell)

Did MSM Help Reader Regain the Sense of Smell?

One reader has not been able to detect smells, even of citrus, for many years. Taking MSM for another purpose helped her regain the sense of smell.

dry nostrils
Allergies

Reader Regains Sense of Smell Lost to Flonase

Some anti-inflammatory nasal sprays have been linked to the loss of the sense of smell. One lucky reader celebrated its mysterious return.