Tips on how you can recover from mild coronavirus at home - Fast&Up

Tips on how you can recover from mild coronavirus at home

Tips to Recover Corona Virus - Fast&Up

The virus that causes COVID-19 is especially transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. These droplets are too heavy to hold within the air and quickly fall on floors or surfaces.

You can be infected by inhaling the virus if you're within proximity of somebody who has COVID-19, or by touching a contaminated surface then your eyes, nose, or mouth.

It affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.

How to manage milder Covid-19 at home:

  • First of all, do not self-medicate, have a voice or a video call appointment with your family doctor, and only have medicines your doctor prescribes.
  • Stay hydrated and eat nutritious meals even if you are unable to taste it. Note, there is no food known to treat or cure Covid-19, but eating healthy will help your body recover.
  • Do not take bath instead do sponging using tap water, please avoid a cold water sponge. 

Nutrious Meals To Recover Corona Virus - Fast&Up

Isolate yourself in a separate room with a bathroom if possible for 10 days and rest.

  • Rest and relax, keep your mind busy by reading books or watching any series or television, do a video call with your family and friends. And important, do some light exercise.
  • Wear your mask covering your nose and mouth whenever you open the door. Anyone who is coming in contact with you should wear a double mask.
  • Make sure your room has proper ventilation, keep your windows open if possible. Wash your hands frequently with soap. Clean your room yourself with disinfection or soap.

As soon as you feel unwell; stay calm. Remember that most people recover from Covid-19 and do not require hospitalization.

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  • Self-isolate do not wait to get tested or to receive results. Contact your family doctor for advice.
  • Keep checking your oxygen & temperature levels every 6 hours or more frequently if your breaths are too fast and if you have a fever. Seek emergency care if the oxygen level shows less than 94% and temperature more than 101 ‘F (38 degree Celsius) persists for 3 days.  

Seek emergency medical aid in any of those cases:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Lips or face turn bluish
  • Feeling of disorientation increases.
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest.
  • Slurred speech/ seizures
  • Unable to wake up or stay awake.

Make sure you ask for help if needed at any given point in time. Your health is important. Get vaccinated.

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Gurpreet Bhurji

-Expert and Writer

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