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Reference: Recovery of olfactory capacity following a COVID-19 infection
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The loss of the sense of smell related to COVID-19 is not irreversible. It appears to last between eight and nine days on average, but can go on for several weeks for some patients. In order to help with the optimal recovery of your sense of smell and avoid qualitative disorders that sometimes arise after a period of anosmia, it is possible to train using simple exercises. However, the exercise protocols must be suited to the way in which the virus acts on the olfactory system by tapping into the specific skills of wine professionals.

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Published: 2020
Publication: IVES Technical Reviews
Issue: 2020 Online July 2020
Author: Tempere S 2020

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