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Covid survivals at risk of artery hardening: Researcher

 

Researchers have documented a progressive hardening of the arteries in young adults who outwardly showed no symptoms of covid after recovering from mild covid. The worrying findings suggest a covid infection starts a degenerative disease process.The researchers studied 32 people up to April 2022 who were predominantly under 40 years old in a representative population sample (69% overweight or obese vs 63.5% of the British population).

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The researchers took measurements over a 2-3 month period following recovery from a mild covid infection. They found that the “the longer the period from infection the worse the vascular impairment” suggesting an ongoing and worsening process over time.The researchers said this process was surprising as they expected inflammation to decrease with time. The researchers say the study “points toward the existence of a widespread and long-lasting pathological process in the vasculature following the infection.”

The study would help explain the ongoing high excess death burden in many countries around the world, including sudden deaths of young people, if covid is triggering a silent hardening of the arteries in the global population.

Covid survivals at risk of artery hardening: Researcher
Covid survivals at risk of artery hardening: Researcher

The findings are shocking because arterial stiffening is an age-related condition that is closely associated with the progression of cardiovascular disease.

 

Here’s a few diet and lifestyle routine you can use to curb artery hardening and accelerated aging.

  • Consumption of certain food like berries, beans, tomatoes, fish, oats, leafy greens, are very effective in removing clogged and softening of arteries.

 

  • Consistent work-out routine for about 20- 30 Minutes.

  • Quit smoking and if possible alcohol should ne avoided.

-Eat a Mediterranean diet.It can reduce heart disease risk by 30%. It is rich in olive oil, fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish; low in red or processed meats; and moderate in the amounts of cheese and wine you can consume.

 

  • Diet like
  • Fatty or marbled meats.
  • Spareribs.
  • Chicken wings.
  • Hot dogs and sausages.
  • Lunchmeat.
  • Bacon.
  • Breaded or fried meat, fish, or poultry.

Should be be avoid as they can worsen artery hardening.

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