Secret of Covid-19
Some aspects of coronavirus infection are now slowly becoming apparent to scientists. The exact cause of them is still unknown.
One of these is: Coronavirus has the highest number of males. But what is the reason for smoking?
According to a survey in China, 2 out of every 100 men infected with coronavirus died. But in the case of women, one out of every 1 sufferer is dying to 5.7 percent – which is a lot less.
The same trend has been observed in Italy. Italy’s health research agency says that 8 percent of the dead in quinidine are male. A theory is being given that smoking is a major factor behind this. A large part of Chinese men are smokers.
The World Health Organization says those who smoke are more likely to be at risk for covalent nineteen infections.
Because of this, the WHO says the fingers of the hand come in contact with the lips during a cigarette meal, and it increases the chances of the virus (hand cigarette) being exposed to the virus. Smokers may have a lung disease before they become infected with coronavirus, or may have reduced lung function, which increases their chances of becoming seriously ill. Many people who smoke in the hook or in the baby often use a hook or tube – which can easily spread covalent nineteen infections.
In addition, illnesses that cause a patient’s body to require more oxygen, or decrease its ability to take oxygen – increase the risk of serious lung disease such as pneumonia in the human body. Deborah Arnott, chief executive of Ash, a public health charity in the UK, says those who smoke should quit smoking or quit altogether to avoid the risk of coronavirus.
“Smokers are more at risk for respiratory infections. The risk of them suffering from pneumonia is twice as high as those who don’t smoke.”
“Quitting smoking is good for your health for a variety of reasons. Keeping in mind the coronavirus, they should quit smoking, which will increase their body’s immunity,” she said.
Resilience, generosity, bravery, patience: not necessarily things they teach us in school.
But now is the time to develop these skills more than ever.
May you have the resilience to exist within a gloabl emergency without panicking, but instead generate calm and equanimity.
We are all in this together, we are all facing major losses, many don’t know how they’re going to pay for their lives in the upcoming months, many face losing their businesses.
May you have the generosity to help others who are in need. If you are a landlord, grant a payment grace period, if your friends or family are off work without pay, offer to help them with groceries. Don’t hoard toilet paper and canned goods because your young and able body got there first – ensure your elderly or disabled or immune-compromised neighbours have what they need first.
May you have the patience to weather the storm. Remember that our ancestors have gone through depressions, scarcity and poverty and made it out alive. Remember that much harsher conditions are the daily reality of billions of people worldwide.
A crisis is always an opportunity. Any opportunity to evolve and deepen your soul, to cultivate the habits of the wise. We’re all going to have a whole lot of indoor, introspective time. Let’s use this time to reexamine our lives, look inward, look outward so that we are prepared to rebuild something beautiful when this all blows over.