COVID-19 smell loss differs from common cold: Study
COVID-19 smell loss differs from common cold: Study

So far, over 20 million people in the world have been infected due to Coronavirus. Day and night research is being done on this disease. New research in this sequence has revealed that the pattern of smelling and tasting of the infected is different. They cannot even understand the difference between pungent and sweet taste.

The research was done on the ability to smell affected by coronavirus infection. According to which, even in cold the power of sniffing is reduced, but it is very different from the ability to smell due to coronavirus. Experts of the disorder related to the ability to smell at the University of East Anglia are doing research. In which Professor Philpot was also involved.

This information has been given in this study journal Rhinology. This is the first such research in which it has been discovered how different the smell ability is affected in coronavirus with respiratory disease. The main difference is that in the coronavirus patients, the smelling ability also decreases, but they can breathe easily, their nose is not closed nor they have to deal with the problems like running nose. Apart from this, they cannot differentiate between the pungent and sweet taste. From this research, it is found that the coronavirus infects the brain and the central nervous system.

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