The WHO states that COVID-19 can spread several different ways. Typically the virus spreads through droplets produced by an infected person. These droplets, which can range in size from being larger droplets to aerosols, spread COVID-19 when the individual coughs, sneezes, or exhales around others.
The virus is currently thought to be able to spread and travel approximately 1 metre from the infected person in well ventilated areas, though it can travel further than 1 metre in poorly ventilated areas. Infection occurs when a person inhales COVID-19 droplets or the droplets come in contact with the eyes, nose, or mouth.
COVID-19 symptoms can vary in severity, however it is important to self-isolate even when facing more mild symptoms. The most common initial symptoms often include fever, dry cough, & lethargy/tiredness.
Isolate yourself at home for 14 days to avoid spreading it to others. Contact your local public health authority to find out how to schedule your COVID-19 test.
Self isolate and avoid direct contact with others. If you feel your symptoms develop and become more serious, contact your health provider so they may recommend the next steps. You may be directed to go to the hospital for further assistance.
While there has not been a direct link identified with COVID-19 and hair loss, many health experts have shared that they believe hair loss can be a side-effect caused by stress caused from the virus, specifically from COVID-19 fevers. This kind of hair loss is most commonly known as Telogen Effluvium. Telogen Effluvium (also known as T.E) is a stress related condition. It typically occurs after a stressful life event or illness. Telogen Effluvium typically occurs 2-3 months after a stressful event and can cause a quick onset of hair loss which can be alarming. It can last up to 6-9 months, after which point your hair should resume its normal growth.
Yes, there are treatment options available, though first you'll want to confirm that your T.E is related to COVID-19 and not an underlying condition or vitamin deficiency.
Many people are also turning to hair supplements to help support their hair growth. These supplements may also help address vitamin deficiencies contributing to your hair loss.
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