People who smoke cigarettes or vape are more likely to have a severe reaction to the Coronavirus. It is well documented that smoking and vaping are linked to inflammation of the lung and respiratory tract. Both groups of smokers are at a heightened risk of developing chronic lung conditions, which have been associated with more severe cases of COVID-19. A high percentage of smokers have health conditions like COPD, heart disease and asthma which are made worse by smoking and exacerbated by illness. For these smokers, catching the virus increases their risk of developing complications from Co
With news and opinions changing daily surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak pandemic, experts seem somewhat divided on when things will be getting back to normal. It is nearly impossible to predict how quickly the virus will spread throughout the world, and whether or not the virus will die off as the weather gets warmer, similar to the flu.
There is a never-ending list of things to do in a household, and the Coronavirus restrictions on staying home is a great opportunity to start checking things off the list. Staying active during these times is about much more than following an aerobics class on the television. There are many different ways that you can stay healthy during the days of Covid-19. These can include: Physical exercise, crafting, painting, gardening, baking, home improvement projects, spring cleaning, puzzles, and so much more.
Having scheduled time for schooling, creative projects, physical activity and tech time early on is very important. Setting up a routine helps the entire household, because everybody knows what to expect. It is a great idea to allow your child to be involved in making the decisions as to the daily or weekly structure.