A Saudi study monitors the effect of “Corona” on diabetes readings and the G-mass index

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Agha: The repercussions of home quarantine for children were a deterioration in mood and weight gain

The first Saudi study revealed the impact of the Corona pandemic on children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in the Kingdom, which showed that there are unhealthy effects and repercussions recorded in the first infected children, as a result of the lifestyle that includes diet, physical activity and mood, and the effects that occurred On diabetes readings before and during the home quarantine period.

The supervisor of the study, Abdul-Mueen Al-Agha, a consultant of endocrinology and diabetes at the Faculty of Medicine, King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, which was conducted by a medical team consisting of 5 medical students That this study is descriptive and was conducted retrospectively “remotely” during the period from April 2020 to June 2020 AD, at King Abdulaziz University Hospital in Jeddah; Data were collected through virtual interviews and data collection and interpretation sheets were completed through SPSS Statistics for IBMCorp Windows version 20.0.

And Agha indicated that the average age of the children participating in the study was 12.45 years. The total sample size was 150 patients, of whom 48, or 28% of the participants, were males and 102, or 72%, were females.

Professor Al-Agha pointed out that the home quarantine period during the COVID-19 pandemic was associated with a significant increase in patients’ weight, body mass index and blood sugar readings, by comparing them with their values ​​before the stone, and thus it can be said that the home quarantine period negatively affected – during the pandemic – on readings. Sugar and body mass index, which was accompanied by a lack of physical activity, an increase in the number of basic meals and snacks, and a deterioration in mood, and this study also recommended that children should be encouraged to practice sports of all kinds depending on the child’s age, maintain a healthy diet, and reduce sugars and fast food , Taking insulin doses on time, limiting the use of electronic devices, avoiding unhealthy meals, and not paying attention to any fake experiments that call for eating some herbs or avoiding taking insulin by some claimants of medicine.

He indicated that the results of this study, along with graphs and illustrations of the ratios, were published in the Saudi Medical Journal in January 2021 in its 42nd issue.

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A Saudi study monitors the effect of “Corona” on diabetes readings and body mass index

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The first Saudi study revealed the impact of the Corona pandemic on children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in the Kingdom, which showed that there are unhealthy effects and repercussions recorded in the first infected children, as a result of the lifestyle that includes diet, physical activity and mood, and the effects that occurred On diabetes readings before and during the home quarantine period.

The supervisor of the study, Abdul Mueen Al-Agha, a consultant of endocrinology and diabetes at the Faculty of Medicine at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, which was conducted by a medical team consisting of 5 medical students; That this study is descriptive and was conducted retrospectively “remotely” during the period from April 2020 to June 2020 AD, at King Abdulaziz University Hospital in Jeddah; Data were collected through virtual interviews and data collection and interpretation sheets were completed through SPSS Statistics for IBMCorp Windows version 20.0.

And Agha indicated that the average age of the children participating in the study was 12.45 years. The total sample size was 150 patients, of whom 48 or 28% of the participants were males and 102, or 72%, were females.

Professor Al-Agha pointed out that the home quarantine period during the COVID-19 pandemic was associated with a significant increase in patients’ weight, body mass index and blood sugar readings, by comparing them with their values ​​before the stone, and thus it can be said that the home quarantine period negatively affected – during the pandemic – on readings. Sugar and body mass index, which were associated with a lack of physical activity, an increase in the number of basic meals and snacks, and a deterioration in mood, and this study also recommended that children should be encouraged to practice sports of all kinds depending on the child’s age, maintain a healthy diet, and reduce sugars and fast food , Taking insulin doses on time, limiting the use of electronic devices, avoiding unhealthy meals, and not paying attention to any fake experiments that call for eating some herbs or avoiding taking insulin by some claimants of medicine.

He indicated that the results of this study, along with graphs and illustrations of the ratios, were published in the Saudi Medical Journal in January 2021 in its 42nd issue.

January 07, 2021 – Jumada Al-Awwal 23, 1442

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Agha: The repercussions of home quarantine for children were a deterioration in mood and weight gain

The first Saudi study revealed the impact of the Corona pandemic on children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in the Kingdom, which showed that there are unhealthy effects and repercussions recorded in the first infected children, as a result of the lifestyle that includes diet, physical activity and mood, and the effects that occurred On diabetes readings before and during the home quarantine period.

The supervisor of the study, Abdul Mueen Al-Agha, a consultant of endocrinology and diabetes at the Faculty of Medicine at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, which was conducted by a medical team consisting of 5 medical students; That this study is descriptive and was conducted retrospectively “remotely” during the period from April 2020 to June 2020 AD, at King Abdulaziz University Hospital in Jeddah; Data were collected through virtual interviews and data collection and interpretation sheets were completed through SPSS Statistics for IBMCorp Windows version 20.0.

And Agha indicated that the average age of the children participating in the study was 12.45 years. The total sample size was 150 patients, of whom 48, or 28% of the participants, were males and 102, or 72%, were females.

Professor Al-Agha pointed out that the home quarantine period during the COVID-19 pandemic was associated with a significant increase in patients’ weight, body mass index and blood sugar readings, by comparing them with their values ​​before the stone, and thus it can be said that the home quarantine period negatively affected – during the pandemic – on readings. Sugar and body mass index, which were associated with a lack of physical activity, an increase in the number of basic meals and snacks, and a deterioration in mood, and this study also recommended that children should be encouraged to practice sports of all kinds depending on the child’s age, maintain a healthy diet, and reduce sugars and fast food , Taking insulin doses on time, limiting the use of electronic devices, avoiding unhealthy meals, and not paying attention to any fake experiments that call for eating some herbs or avoiding taking insulin by some claimants of medicine.

He indicated that the results of this study, along with graphs and illustrations of the ratios, were published in the Saudi Medical Journal in January 2021 in its 42nd issue.





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