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Many of those infected with the Coronavirus, and recoverers need to follow several healthy habits to protect themselves, especially as they are not safe from re-infection with the virus , according to what studies indicate.
Scientists have warned that recovering from the Corona virus does not necessarily mean the end of suffering. And they are still busy studying the long-term symptoms resulting from infection with the virus, which attacks various body systems and leaves complications that may continue even after recovering from the disease, which may make the rehabilitation process take longer.
The most common symptoms reported by those recovering from the Coronavirus were (fatigue, shortness of breath, headache, insomnia, chest and joint pain, cough, muscle wasting, and lack of energy).
Therefore, the specialists emphasized the importance of following a healthy diet and adhering to the known precautionary measures to complete the post-Corona stage, especially the recovery period, and health experts provided advice for proper nutrition to strengthen immunity, and ways to confront post-Corona depression.
According to the “onlymyhealth” websit, Excessive proteins Proper nutrition plays an important role in the life of a recovered from the Corona virus, as it strengthens the immune system agai So, Be sure to eat foods that contain zinc, vitamin C, vitamin “D” and vitamin B1, and eat protein substances.
A diet rich in protein provides energy, helps recover from muscle damage and regenerates body tissues. Drink fluids. Fluids such as barley water, fresh coconut water, vegetable soups, chicken or vegetable broths, Dal water, lemon juice, ginger tea, honey, soups, fresh vegetables and fruit juices help provide energy for the recovering body. Adequate fluid intake is recommended, as the body recovers faster.
In addition to the role of water in flushing out toxins from the body, transporting nutrients to cells, regulating body temperature and balancing pH, so make sure to drink 8 cups of water daily, Using vegetable fats helps good fats like edible nuts and seeds to recover and reduce the inflammation that occurs during any infection.
Mustard oil, or sesame oil can be used for cooking in place of refined oils.
In addition, eating nuts and seeds such as walnuts, cashews, almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and watermelon seeds increases the energy levels of a person. Continuing the vitamins People recovered should continue to take vitamins C and D. Fresh fruits and vegetables in the winter provide an abundance of vitamins and minerals, so it is preferable to eat more seasonal fruits such as guava, pomegranate, oranges, apples, and vegetables such as spinach, green mustard and broccoli.
Exercise It is recommended to use yoga and deep breathing during the post-illness period, and if one feels better he can add light exercises to the usual routine. You must also avoid stress, anxiety and exposure to sunlight on an almost daily basis, and rest and sleep for a period of at least 8 hours.
Translated by: khoshben sheikho.