The experience of passing the covid-19 may be different and depend, in part, on whether or not we are or are not vaccinatedas well as the number of doses we have taken. According to a study conducted in the United Kingdom by researchers at King’s College London in collaboration with the technology company Zoe, the symptoms tend to vary according to our vaccination pattern:
Research points out that people with complete vaccination schedule against el coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (with two doses) report less symptoms during a shorter period of timecompared to those who have only one dose or none at all.
After two injections, the most common symptoms among those infected are, in order from most to least common: nasal discharge, headachesneezing, sore throat and persistent cough.
It is noteworthy, moreover, that vaccinated persons infected with covid-19 have been found to be more prone to sneeze a lot. “If you have been vaccinated and start sneezing a lot without an explanation, you should have a Covid” test, the study authors assert.
After single dose of the vaccine, it is observed that the symptoms in individuals infected are the same, but in different order. In this case, the most common is the headachefollowed by runny nose, sore throat, sneezing and persistent cough.
Persons who have not received no doses of coronavirus vaccine experience an increased headache, sore throatnasal discharge, fever and persistent cough.
In this case, it can be seen how fever is one of the five most common symptoms in this case, unlike the previous ones. On the other hand, it is striking that the classic symptom of the loss of smell is still experienced by some uninoculated people, but is less common now because of the new variants of the virus.
Food, a key factor to take into account
Irrespective of the number of vaccines injected, the lifestyle (smoking, physical exercise, etc.) and the diet of each person are very important factors that can determine, as well, how covid-19 affects usas well as other diseases. According to another analysis conducted by researchers at Zoethose who follow a higher quality diet are 40% less likely to become seriously ill if they develop covid-19.
The study shows that people with a diet that is dominated by vegetables Are less likely to suffer severe symptoms when infected. Professor Andrew Chan MDof the Massachusetts General Hospital (USA) and professor at Harvard Medical School, points out that the inflammation produced by certain foods may be playing a key role, so it is desirable to consume anti-inflammatory foods -like vegetables o red fruits-, over inflammatory ones -such as pastries or soft drinks-.