Dr. Wilfred van Gorp was interviewed by The Guardian in their article about people struggling with brain fog months after recovering from Covid.

Excerpt from the article:

Dr Wilfred Van Gorp, former president of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, says many Covid survivors he has seen with brain fog also have problems ranging from headaches to difficulties tolerating loud noise and controlling emotions.

“The complaints are very much similar to [those of] post-concussion patients,” he says, adding that there are also similarities to chronic fatigue syndrome.

Van Gorp says that at present there is little research into brain fog, but suggests exercises to improve cognitive function may help, as might drugs such as the ADHD medication Ritalin.

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