coronavirus outbreak

coronavirus outbreak



Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a recently-discovered disease. The World Health Organization described SARS-CoV-2 as a new form of coronavirus outbreak, following an outbreak in December 2019. The epidemic spread quickly across the globe.


 It is a disease caused by an infectious virus known as the corona virus.
It is a common virus that spreads across society these days causing the nose, sinus or upper throat to become inflamed.
Most are coronaviruses which are not dangerous.

Many people infected with coronavirus will develop mild to moderate respiratory disease and recover only
following certain guidelines and so far no drug has been available on the market for it.
It spreads quickly from person to person via touch. Throughout our lives we spend time throughout our personal
and professional life with our families or with colleagues. Yet this is tough time when we need to
take a lot of care to maintain social distance.

Especially, Elderly people and individuals with underlying health problems such as cardiovascular disease , diabetes, chronic respiratory
disease, and other serious illnesses are more likely to suffer severe illness if they are affected. Its very important to look after the elderly.
This is really necessary to protect yourself, your family and all of mankind. To stop and slow down transmission, the COVID19 virus, the disease this 
causes and how it spreads must be understood.

Symtoms:

The common symptoms that include in covid-19.
•        Fever
•        Coughing
•        Headache
•        Sore throat
•        Loss of  taste
•        Nausea
•        Diarrhea
•        Shortness of breath
•        Trouble breathing
•        Fatigue
•        Body aches


If you're not feeling well, you should immediately consult a medical practitioner to have an accurate diagnosis and proper treatment of COVID-19. These symptoms are broken down into:

DAY 1 to DAY 2  :The initial symptoms are close to the common cold with a slight sore throat and not feeling exhausted or feverish. Patients are also permitted to eat food and drink as normal.

DAY 3: The throats of the patient start feeling a little sore. The body temperature reads at approximately 36.5 ° celsius. While it is rare, it is possible to bring off other symptoms such as moderate nausea, vomiting, or moderate diarrhea.

DAY 4: Pain in the throat gets more serious. Many symptoms tend to manifest such as feeling tired and joint pain. The patient may show a temperature reading from 36.5 ° to 37 ° celsius.

DAY 5 to DAY 6: the beginning of a mild fever. The patients show a reading above 37.2 ° celsius. Appears likewise the second most common symptom, dry cough. Dyspnea or trouble breathing can occasionally occur. Most patients at this stage feel fatigued easily. Other symptoms stay similar. According to the final report of the initial outbreak carried out by the joint mission of China and WHO, these four symptoms rank among the top five key indications of COVID-19.
DAY 7: Patients who have not started healing by day 7 get more serious coughs and trouble breathing. Fever will rise by as much as 38 ° celsius. Patients may develop further headaches and body pain or may exacerbate diarrhea if any. At this stage, many patients are admitted to the hospital.
DAY 8 to DAY 9: On the 8th day, the symptoms for the patient with coexisting medical conditions are likely to get worse. Severe shortness of breath is increasingly common.

Reading temperature goes way past 38 ° C. Day 9 is the average time in one of the studies that Sepsis begins affecting 40 percent of patients.

DAY 10 to DAY 11: Physicians prescribe imaging scans such as chest Xrays to measure the extent of patients' respiratory distress. Patients lose appetite and maybe feeling abdominal pain. Also in ICU, the condition needs immediate treatment.

DAY 12 to DAY 14: At this stage, the symptoms can be handled well for the survivors. Fever tends to get better and difficulties in breathing can begin to stop
day 13- but even after hospital discharge, some patients may still get affected by mild cough.

DAY 15 to DAY 16: The opposite condition for the rest of the minority patients is day 15. The vulnerable community will brace for potential acute heart attack or kidney damage.

DAY 17 to DAY 19: COVID-19 cases of fatality occur around.

Day 18: The susceptible patients can develop a secondary infection in the lower respiratory tract caused by a new pathogen before the time. The serious condition can then leadto clotting and ischemia in the blood.


DAY 20 to DAY 22: The remaining patients are fully recovered from the disease and released from the hospital.

         
precautions : Organizations such as WHO have issued common guidelines to reduce the risk of coronavirus outbreak.
1.     Avoid outside exposure to suspected areas and infected people
2.     Wash your  hands with water and soap. Usage of an alcohol-based sanitizer is also recommended. The suggested products are perfect for holding hygiene       (Supported brands include- Lifebuoy: Immunity Boosting hand Sanitizer/Dettol: Original Instant hand sanitizer)
3.     Hold fingers and hands away from your nose, eyes and mouth. In doing so, if it is on your side, you can reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
4.     Houses and surfaces should be washed with ethanol or chlorine-based disinfectants
5.     It is recommended that vegetable wash and cook thoroughly before eating
6.     Be sure to cover your nose and mouth with a mask before going out.  Wear a mask after use and dispose of it. If previous one is damaged, buy new mask timely.


Healthy foods to eat during pandemic:

1.    Eat more vegetables(plant foods):

For example, plant nutrients, fruits, natural foods, whole grains, herbs, nuts, and seeds offer nutrients, minerals, and other plant intensifications that have defensive impacts on malignant growth. They also offer fiber, which secures malignant growth against colorectal growth. Most plant nourishments are lower in calories in their characteristic form than various sources of food. Generally eating plant nourishments to fulfill your nutrient needs will satisfy your cravings while at the same time making it easier to remain at a
 healthy weight. Make plant nutrition the subject of your dinners and bites. Eat a lot of foods produced from the field Soil products are among the most essential nutrients to provide our body's nutrients, minerals, and fiber needs for good wellbeing and typical resistant ability. In any case, we would mean consuming 400 g of foods grown daily from the ground. Fresh, solidified, frozen, dried, and squeezed forms all find a component. Because different soil products offer different mixtures of nutrients, minerals, make a point of changing your daily supplies whenever possible.

2.    Garlic is perfect for safe anti-viral food:

This is a strong anti-viral. You can take it raw or mashed. Mix the raw minced garlic with a spoonful of fresh, unpasteurized honey. 
Add clove to your diet within 4-5 days for more immunity.

3.    Add vitamin c in your food:

Vitamin C-foods including amla, green and red peppers, spinach, red peppers, turnip greens, and other green leafy foods are good for health

4.    use saturated fats instead of unsaturated fats:

Fats are an important component of a healthy eating routine. Be that as it might, not all fats impact our wellbeing equally. Trading fatty fats for unsaturated fats will help to lower our LDL (terrible) cholesterol rates and minimize our risk of heart disease.1 This can be achieved by limiting our consumption of 
foods such as greasy meats, high-fat dairy products, and tropical oils such as coconut oil and food sources such as almonds, sleek fish and plant oils such as olives.



5.     Do not eat foods and beverages high in fat, sugar, and salt:

Nutrition and savoring, for example, high fat, sugar and salt, snacks, chips of potatoes, chocolate, and sweet drinks, when consumed in large amounts, will cause us to expend more calories than we need. Since these foods often provide limited healthy advantages, they are not needed for a solid eating routine and should be delighted in modest quantities and eaten occasionally.

6.    Stay hydrated the whole day:

Holding hydrated is important to health in general. How much water we need depends on our age, sex, weight, height, physical activity level, and ecological conditions (for example, the swelling environment is likely to require you to drink more water). Given that approximately 20-30 percent of the water we need comes from our milk, drink water as per your age as appropriate. Off chance you 're entering healthy faucet water, 
this is the most effective and least expensive drink. You may use cuttings of lemon, cucumber, mint, or berries for a reviving boost. Various drinks, such as unsweetened espresso, shimmering coffee, unsweetened tea, frosted tea, or unsweetened blended or seasoned soda, are likewise appropriate hydration decisions.


7.    Be healthy so you can stop obesity:


There can be no overestimating the value of physical activity in preserving and improving health. .A safe and active lifestyle will lower the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, stroke. Additionally, daily vigorous physical exercise has positive mood effects and has been shown to have beneficial effects on depression, anxiety, and insomnia. A balanced diet and an active lifestyle will help you keep your body healthy.


    

 How long is the coronavirus going to last?
It is not easy to say how long will the coronavirus outbreak spread. It depends on many factors, including the work of researchers to learn in detail  about the virus, their quest for a cure and a vaccine, and the efforts of the public to control  the spread as early as possible. The candidates are in various developmental and training stages. Normally, the cycle takes more time. Scientists are speeding it up as fast as they can but developing a vaccine that works and is effective may still take more than a year

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