Review Article
Volume 12 Issue 8 - 2020
Effect of COVID19 Pandemic on the Vital Function of the Central Nervous System: A Literature-based Prospective
Divya Mishra, Vivek Kumar Chaturvedi, MP Singh, Payal Singh and Sachchida Nand Rai*
Centre of Biotechnology, University of Allahabad, India
*Corresponding Author: Sachchida Nand Rai, Centre of Biotechnology, University of Allahabad, India.
Received: July 08, 2020; Published: July 25, 2020




Abstract

The viruses harm brain functioning and cause severe neurological disruption. According to recent studies, the coronavirus exhibits neurotropic characteristics and induces neurological diseases. It also reported that the SARS-CoVs-2 virus could found in the cerebrospinal matter or human brain. Likewise, the exact neuroinvasive mechanisms of viruses are still unknown and it is significant to find the viral effect on the nervous system. The imaging approach reveals the diffuse leukoencephalopathy and juxtacortical microhemorrhages critically sick in COVID19 patients. The coronavirus infection alters the CNS and also can lead the host immune responses to triggers into persistent disorder leading to neurological manifestation. The infected patients evaluated early for neurological symptoms with headaches, thinking dysfunction, paresthesia, and other pathologic symptoms. Due to pandemic, the adverse psycho-somatic outcome expected to increases among individuals. Likewise, due to regular readily available data and reinforced messages acquired through social media of almost all forge. As a result, rapidly expands the mass of hysteria and panic regarding SARS-CoVs-2 infection may create permanent psychological issues among the public that could potentially even more adverse in the long run than the viral infection itself. In this review, we have present the effect of SARS-CoVs-2 infection on the human brain, how it alters the brain functions and discusses the current scenario affecting human wellbeing with its mechanisms to invade into the blood-brain barriers.

Keywords: COVID19; Central Nervous System; SARS-CoVs-2

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Citation: Sachchida Nand Rai., et al. “Effect of COVID19 Pandemic on the Vital Function of the Central Nervous System: A Literature-based Prospective”. EC Neurology 12.8 (2020): 163-168.

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