Covid-19 increases risk of brain disorders, finds new study

Covid-19 increases risk of brain disorders, finds new study

Covid-19 is reported to increase risk of brain disorders 2 years after infection.

A study shows how Covid-19 is associated with an increased risk of neurological aftereffects.

The study examined over a million patients through international health records from the US, UK, Australia and more.

The records of patients diagnosed with Covid-19 from 2020-2022 were evaluated for 14 neurological and psychiatric diagnoses.

The study found that Covid-19 was linked to mood and anxiety disorders for about 1 or 2 months.

It also found Covid was associated with an increased risk of dementia, psychotic disorders, epilepsy and seizures.