UCSF Researchers: Long COVID symptoms may be derailing your exercise routine
S.F. COVID causes cognitive fog, weariness, and headaches. New UCSF research shows the disease may also hinder exercising.
Long COVID may age a person's exercise ability by 10 years, a research found.
The sample was subsequently refined to 359 participants who had totally recovered from COVID and 464 with long-term symptoms such brain fog, lethargy, and recurrent headaches.
The 39-to-56-year-old individuals were monitored while exercising on a treadmill or stationary cycle.
More research with a bigger sample size is needed to understand how long COVID affects exercise ability.
Dr. Priscilla Hsue, the study's principal author and a professor at UCSF's School of Medicine, proposed long-term exercise research to further understand COVID's effect.
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