Post-COVID-19 Care Tips| Things To Do After Recovering From Coronavirus

Post-COVID-19 Care Tips

For those who have recently recovered from the Covid-19, it is essential to be aware that Covid infections can have long-term side effects. Because the person has not only complaints of weakness but also suffer from several other problems like dizziness, fatigue, headache, discomfort, loss of appetite, breathing issues, brain fog, etc. According to a health expert, know here what things must be careful about after recovered from COVID-19. Post-COVID-19 Care Tips| Things To Do After Recovering From Coronavirus

 Consume A Nutritious Diet

  • One needs to pay attention to nutrition after recovered from Covid-19
  • Include vitamins, protein, fibre and antioxidants rich food in your diet that will help you regulate hormonal functions and antibodies in the body.
  • Consume lentil soup or chicken stew, green beans and boiled eggs every day.
  • Drink at least eight glasses of water every day, eat a handful of nuts (dry fruits) and at least one fruit.
  • Instead of having a meal together, eat light and easy to digest food several times.
  • Patients can also take Herbal tea (kadha) to increase their immunity. Avoid using excessive sugar, fried or processed food.

Do Easy Exercises

Start with a slow walk for 30 minutes every day. If you are unable to walk, then do meditation, breathing exercise and light yoga regularly. Regularly exercising will keep you physically and mentally fit. Get 30 minutes of morning sunshine every day. One can also begin some new habits to keep you mentally active such as puzzles, word games, memory games etc. these activities will make you feel better.

Monitor The Oxygen Level

There could be more chances of lung damage even after being cured of the corona. Patients who had a severe infection or had breathing problems asked to keep an Oximeter at home. You have to keep checking your blood oxygen level even after fully recovering from a corona infection. If it dips below 90, you should contact your doctor. Anulom-Vilom Pranayama, Bhramari, Kapalabhati and Bhastrika Pranayama help to regulate oxygen level in the body. Monitor The Oxygen Level

Take Proper Rest

After recovering from Covid, give your body complete rest. Take care of your sleep routine because when you sleep, your body speeds up the recovery. Do not resume your old lifestyle right away. Too much work, stress and anxiety will make you ill again.

Pay Attention To Other Symptoms

Corona is an infection that can have its after-effects on your body for several months, even after recovered from COVID. For example, lung problem, kidney disease, liver failure, headache, etc. Especially shortness of breath, feeling of chest tightness, sudden dizzy head, sudden sweating and sweating. If you see any such symptom in you, which makes you uncomfortable, then talk to your doctor. Pay Attention To Other Symptoms

Mask And Social Distancing

According to Health experts, the person who has recently recovered from a corona should isolate himself for the next two weeks because carelessness can weaken your immune system. Those who had mild symptoms of Covid should wear a mask at home, maintain social distancing, proper rest and follow other guidelines for two weeks post-recovery. Mask And Social Distancing

Patients who have recently recovered and discharged from the hospital should follow isolation and all other guidelines at home for at least two weeks. Do not start or stop any medicine without the doctor’s advice. Everyone should take all precautions to prevent the virus from spreading.

Priya Singha
Priya Singha: Priya is a freelance writer with an experience of 4+ years of her writing career. She pursued her Masters from DDU, Gorakhpur. She is very passionate about writing and is fond of writing short articles and blogs. She even has worked for several companies. Writing articles in the field of Health & Fitness, Beauty, Home Remedies and Travel are some of her most interested topics and brings out the best in her.

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