Things You Need To Do After Recovering From COVID-19

After recovering from the COVID-19 infection, most people want to get back to their normal lives. While some continue to be careful and follow all COVID protocol, some tend to let their guard down. This leaves the person at risk of getting re-infected by COVID or developing some other post-COVID complications. Do not forget that you have to keep working on your immunity.

Here are some of the things you need to do after recovering from COVID-19:

Focus on alarming signals, if any: Look out for headache or fatigue or any sense of discomfort that persists. You might have to consult your doctor as many COVID survivors have complained of post-COVID ailments. The best thing to do would be to stay in touch with your doctor.

Normally, it takes about 3 weeks for a COVID patient to recover but this is subject to the severity of the attack and the overall health condition of the patient. You have to be patient and rest a lot even after you have recovered. COVID has been found to cause extensive damage to the lungs, heart, and brain. Therefore, it would be wise to continue caring for yourself as you gradually get back to your normal life. But do not forget to mask up, do not forget hand hygiene, social distancing, and having a healthy meal.

***This article has also been written and published by me on The Sentinel.

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An archetypal writer and a senior content creator who loves to create her own little world with words & notes. https://learnwithishita.blogspot.com/

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Ishita Bora

An archetypal writer and a senior content creator who loves to create her own little world with words & notes. https://learnwithishita.blogspot.com/