Countries stressed the necessity of implementing social measures of distance after reopening cities, and ensuring that hands are washed and sterilized constantly.
But scientists assure that a lifestyle and diet may be necessary in helping your body fight disease, according to the Daily Mail.
Chinese scientists have said that the emerging coronavirus will not be eradicated, adding to a growing consensus around the world that the disease will likely return in waves like the flu.
Blood sugar level
It is estimated that each of 4 UK deaths due to corona are linked to diabetes, and the cause is still not clear.
It is well known that type 2 diabetes significantly increases the risk of heart disease, strokes and kidney damage, all linked to the more severe Covid-19 disease.
For his part, said Dr. Ray, Professor of Cardiology at Imperial College London: “Diabetics suffer at least twice the risk of heart disease and heart attacks, due to damage to blood vessels due to high levels of sugar in the blood circulation.”
He added that high blood sugar also dampens the immune system and the body’s ability to fight disease.
And if you have type 2 diabetes, there is some evidence that diet alone can control the condition.
As with diabetes, research suggests that large numbers of people suffer from heart and circulatory diseases without knowing it.
Studies have revealed concerns about the blood pressure medications that many heart patients take, known as angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, that may increase the corona virus in the body or make people more susceptible to it.
Medicines interfere with the activity of chemicals in the body that control blood pressure, which leads to an increase in ACE2 proteins, on the surface of cells, which are the receptors that the virus attaches to cells, but studies have denied these concerns.
So doctors advise you to maintain heart health and blood pressure, and to keep pressure at home and monitor it.
University of California researchers found that the risk of developing the disease for current or former smokers who were infected with the virus was twice that of non-smokers, and they were more likely to die.
Smoking is known to increase the risk and severity of lung infections due to damage to the upper airway, and researchers believe this is the reason why Covid-19 appears to be more severe in smokers, although more studies are needed to prove this.
There is no direct evidence that fitness reduces the risk of corona, but studies show that exercise has a profound effect on the function of the immune system.
According to Professor Sanjay Sharma, cardiologist at St. George Hospital of NHS Hospitals, London, research has shown that moderate exercise – such as brisk walking – for 20 to 30 minutes three or four times a week, reduces the risk of viral infection.
He added: “Scientific studies have also shown that moderate, regular exercise prior to a possible serious infection protects people from dying from it.”
It has been shown that exercise also improves cholesterol levels in the blood, lowers blood pressure, and burns visceral fat, which is found around the abdominal organs, increases the risk of developing diabetes, and lowers blood sugar levels.
Monitor your weight
In light of the evidence linking obesity to the heavily coronavirus on the body, the British Prime Minister asked people to constantly monitor their weight.
Aside from obesity causing an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other factors known to exacerbate Covid-19, obesity itself may be a serious factor, because excess weight may impair breathing, and it multiplies the suffering when infected with the virus.
Excess fat may also lead to higher levels of inflammatory chemicals in the body that weaken the functions of the immune system.
All of this occurs through a good diet, and many studies indicate that a medium diet, which is high in vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, fish, and olive oil, is most beneficial to the heart and body in general.