A friend brought up the subject of COVID-19 and severe headaches due to a recent medical conversation and procedures with a doctor. I will not go into all the personal details, but our discussion led to my research on the topic. Research has been completed and continues on the global issue among experts on COVID-19 infections and brain function.
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Recently the AAIC 2021 from Greece and Argentina suggested that older adults frequently suffer persistent cognitive impairment, including lack of smell, after being infected by SARS-CoV-2. The research continues with an international, multidisciplinary consortium of scientific leaders, the Alzheimer’s Association, representatives from nearly 40 countries, and the World Health Organization (WHO).
These new data point to disturbing trends showing COVID-19 infections leading to lasting cognitive impairment and even Alzheimer’s symptoms.
–said Heather M. Snyder, Ph.D., Alzheimer’s Association, 2021
Once again, the experts refuse to indicate the vaccine status or question the vaccine’s effects on the brain. The other concerns are the age groups focused on and the loss of smell within an age group. With a simple Google search, studies on younger age groups with loss of smell and cognitive impairment can easily be found.
Is the world going to experience Alzheimer’s within all age groups from an infection, multiple infections, or vaccinations?
Another example to review is a study that investigated brain changes in 785 participants of U.K. Biobank. Please review some of the details below and find more by reading “SARS-CoV-2 is associated with changes in brain structure in U.K. Biobank.”
- Participants ages 51–81
- 785 participants
- Two scanning sessions
- 401 cases that tested positive for infection between scans
Overall, the study has a lot of great information but is flawed. The research does not discuss vaccination status, discuss possible prior infections, or test for antibodies in participants. This creates a study that should be questioned, have its researchers reviewed for bias, and have its peer reviewers’ personal preferences and associations examined. Who paid for this research?
Interestingly, information on vaccinated and boosted individuals is not included in a lot of research being completed. Why is there no rapid analysis comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated for brain damage?
Why are individuals vaccinated once or twice not being researched separately?
What is the FEAR?
Thomas Wisniewski, M.D., a professor of neurology, pathology, and psychiatry at New York University Grossman School of Medicine, gets it half right. He forgets to question the vaccines.
These findings suggest that patients who had COVID-19 may have an acceleration of Alzheimer’s-related symptoms and pathology “… “However, more longitudinal research is needed to study how these biomarkers impact cognition in individuals who had COVID-19 in the long term.
One organization that may have to answer questions soon is the Alzheimer’s Society.
Mr. Harry Johns, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the UK Alzheimer’s Association, and Dr. Joanne Pike, President, have a powerful statement on the association’s website.
‘Vaccines are the best way to protect people affected by dementia from coronavirus.’
Alzheimer’s Society, 2022.
Yet, there is not much research on COVID-19 vaccines and people affected by dementia, nor was the gold standard vaccine research completed on the short-term and long-term effects of the COVID-19 vaccine; it was created, tested, and injected under emergency conditions. Eventually, vaccines became mandatory on a global scale to work or travel. As of August 2022, more freedom to choose vaccination is available globally.
It’s hard to imagine that anyone knows what is going on.
According to Our World Data, 62.6% of the global population, 4.88 billion people, have received a vaccine.
Why are there no worldwide research projects on vaccines and people developing dementia?
Why are research projects ignoring the vaccine status with Alzheimer’s-related symptoms?
Where are the worldwide research projects focused on vaccines and people with cognitive impairment, infected previously or not?
If you have the symptoms, call a doctor immediately. If your doctor indicates or doesn’t indicate your brain changes may be due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, please share this article and research with your doctor and insurance company. Demand your insurance policy pay the doctor for follow-up visits to address your concerns about virus infection and vaccine side-effects on brain functions. Why? Doctors, insurance companies, political leaders, and CEOs pushed the vaccine and continued with the lack of investigation of its origins. Hopefully, there should be no problem following up with your regards due to their lack of concern.