HEALTH TIPS: After recovering from corona, hunger is increased, so be careful and keep these things in mind


Everyone is troubled by the second wave of Coronavirus. Compared to the first wave of the virus, the second wave is killing a large number of people in India. However, everyday people are returning home by beating Corona. But are these people completely alright? This question is also because people who are recovering from corona, see some such things which are increasing their concern. Like - it is seen in many people that their appetite has suddenly increased after recovering. So let's know why this is happening.

Victims of diabetes or other diseases?

Doctors believe that when a person is vulnerable to corona, during this time, both their taste and smell begin to go down, due to which people are unable to eat properly. At the same time, when people are fine, they start to taste and smell, due to which there is a hint of eating more than the brain and increases the appetite of the people. However, if it occurs for two to four days, it is okay, but prolonged appetite can also be a symptom of diabetes. Apart from this, eating too much food is also a disease.

Hunger is also felt due to weakness

Doctors also believe that symptoms of increased appetite are not seen in severe corona patients. Increased appetite in less symptomatic or asymptomatic patients. When the body fights with the virus during infection, there is a weakness after recovery, due to which there is more hunger.

Obesity can be, doctor's advice is necessary

People eat anything when they are hungry, due to which it was seen in the last wave that many people became obese after recovering from the corona. In such a situation, people recovering from corona need to take special care of their diet. Apart from this, if you feel hungry for a long time, then you should definitely contact your doctor because these can also be signs of some disease.

What you can eat: -

-High protein and fiber diet

-Parts and Sprouts

- Regular diet of roti-vegetable and rice

Can eat fruit.

Note: Dr. Parvesh Malik is a Physician and currently employed at Ujala Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat. Dr. Malik has completed his ABBS from Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Health Sciences and Research Mullana, Haryana. He also did MD in General Medicine. Prior to working at Ujala Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat, Dr. Parvesh worked as a Junior Resident at the MM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Maharishi Markandeswar University.

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