diabetes: More than 600 million people around the world have been affected by COVID-19, but thanks to vaccines, the virus is no longer as dangerous as it was two years ago. But for diabetics who are also suffering from COVID-19, the side effects of these conditions can be a serious problem. Long-term health problems from these diseases, along with other concerns, can increase your chances of heart disease.
Speaking to ANI, Dr Dinendra Singla said, “We believe that COVID-19 may change the genetic makeup of an individual which may increase the prevalence of the disease and further decline in diabetes and related heart disease Singla is the Advent Health Chair of Cardiovascular Sciences at the College of Medicine in Florida.
Compared to diabetic individuals who have never had COVID, Dr. Singla believes that some COVID-19 infected patients may have developed a different cellular composition in their blood.
heart healthy tips
– Visit the doctor regularly.
– Healthy Diet.
– Alcohol in moderation.
Physical activity for at least 30 minutes.
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