Omicron: A ‘noticeable’ symptom of the variant that appears in people’s hair after they’ve been infected.
THE OMICRON has now swept through a third of the world, causing record highs in cases across England and establishing itself as the dominant variant in the UK. The strain’s symptoms differ slightly from those of its forerunners, which has aided researchers in identifying it.
According to new research, a lesser-known symptom on the scalp may appear after an Omicron infection.
The recent wave of Omicron has wracked the United Kingdom, but scientists are confident that current countermeasures will keep the country safe.
Researchers have discovered that a string of symptoms distinguishes the variant from its predecessors after working feverishly to characterize it.
Night sweats, a scratchy throat, and muscle pain are all examples of these symptoms.
Those infected with Omicron may notice changes in their hair in the months following an infection.
Although there is growing evidence that Omicron is less likely to cause serious illness, unfavorable side effects may occur in the future.
A scratchy throat, muscle aches, and night sweats are some of the symptoms specific to the variant.
On the other hand, reports of common COVID-19 side effects like loss of smell and taste have become uncommon.
However, hair loss has now been linked to Omicron.
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Hair loss is a common symptom of COVID-19 infection, according to the American Academy of Dermatology Association.
It happens when more hair follicles enter their “shedding” phase after a fever, and it’s thought to be a common occurrence after a fever.
“Fever is a common symptom of COVID-19,” the health organization says.
Many people experience noticeable hair loss a few months after having a high fever or recovering from an illness.
“Many people mistakenly believe this is hair loss, but it’s actually hair shedding.”
“Telogen effluvium is the medical term for this type of hair shedding, which occurs when more hairs than normal enter the shedding (telogen) phases of the hair growth life cycle at the same time.”
“A fever or illness can cause a greater number of hairs to shed.”
Hair loss is more common near the end of an Omicron illness, according to reports.
Fever is a common symptom of Omicron, as are swollen glands and eye soreness.
Since its discovery, high temperature has been considered one of the most important symptoms of COVID-19.
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