Focus on post-covid fatigue

The novel Coronavirus infection often does not end with the acute phase of the disease but leaves medium and long-term effects. The most reported symptom in these cases is persistent fatigue.

In foreground Dr. Elisa Brilli, Head of Research and Training Affairs PharmaNutra S.p.A.

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A recent observational survey conducted in Italy involved about 200 subjects reporting chronic fatigue after Covid-19 infection. General practitioners advise these subjects to do a specific nutritional supplementation with Apportal® (vitamins, minerals, amino acids and phytoextracts) for 28 days, and preliminary results collected show progressive and significant improvement in chronic fatigue and also in the quality of life.

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Last updated: Sep 7, 2021 at 6:35 AM

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