The Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) has recently suggested that many pain killers such as ibuprofen corona act to increase the severity of infection. These drugs, which are considered harmful for heart patients, also affect the kidneys. ICMR says that people should avoid taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs altogether and if necessary, consult a doctor. Paracetamol is one of the safest pain relievers at this time.
Significantly, people often take anti-inflammatory and anti-pyretic medicines in case of fever or pain in the body. The most common among these are drugs prepared by mixing ibuprofen with paracetamol.
BP, diabetes patients keep taking their medicines regularly
-ICMR says that patients with heart disease, diabetes, high BP are not at higher risk of corona than others.
-However, the experience so far in the world suggests that such patients are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill after having corona. Therefore, such people have been advised to take more care.
-Diabetes patients need to eat from time to time, also full of nutrition and exercise after medical advice. Apart from this, keep checking your sugar level again and again.
-Heart patients do not stop medication without doctor’s advice.
-Cordiologists say that there is no evidence that blood pressure medications increase the likelihood of corona occurring or after it.
Be physically active
-ICMR recommends to keep the lifestyle right. Stay away from smoking and alcohol.
-Keep blood pressure and blood sugar under control.
-To stay fit, do the exercises as per your ability.
-Avoid eating too much salt.
-If you are a non-vegetarian then you can continue to consume meat. Take fruits and vegetables along with protein and fiber in food.
-Avoid taking non-steroidal drugs
-Corona can have serious consequences if done
-is also harmful for heart and kidney
-Paracetamol pain, the safest medicine for fever