The Corona may be more severe in the colder months than in the warmer months, and the dry indoor air may encourage its spread, a new study suggests and  analysis shows, that severe results of COVID-19 progressed decreased as the epidemic moved  from winter to the warmer months.


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HOW THE WEATHER AFFECTS COVID-19


The cold affects the body's defense mechanisms," According to doctors, the body needs a comfort temperature, because otherwise the defenses and immune mechanisms are not able to work to their true potential.


According to the researchers, the changes were too great to be explained by improvements in the treatment of the disease, the age of the patient or hospitals that were flooded during this period clearly shows a seasonal effect on the virus.


Although the virus can be clearly spread in hot and humid countries in East Asia, it is worth noting that mortality from the disease was lower than in Europe and other temperate climates.


The researchers suggest that indoor heating during the winter months may also contribute to the spread of the disease by drying out the protective mucus barrier inside the nose and airways, which facilitates viral infection.


Those who have survived from COVID-19 can really understand this.


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Unexpalinable and heart touching real situation that made me cry from the patient of COVID in hospital ward...


"With an oxygen mask on his mouth and tears in his eyes, a man hospitalized  found the strength to shout at his wife that he loved her. She also has Covid, but she can't hear him, because she is hospitalized in another hospital".


Some are lost, and those who remain are disturbed by the tragedies that unfold before their eyes. They would like to run as far as they can, but they can barely breathe. In everyone's mind are those who have stayed at home, or who, like them, are praying to escape alive to another hospital bed.

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How the cold in the home affects COVID patients isolated at home. Doctors' explanations.


Nearly 150,000,0 people, adults and children, confirmed with coronavirus are in isolation at home, according to official data, (please note data may vary this data from the time it was taken you can check latest data at WHO )and some of them endure, in addition to COVID symptoms.


Breathing Cold Air Covid-19


The cold in homes during this period when in many cities the heat does not reach radiators or comes with crawling. Two specialists explain for freedom from this how the temperature in the and breathing cold air in  room can affect the evolution of the disease.


Best room temperature for Covid patients?



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The doctor says that the optimum temperature in homes should be around 21-22 degrees Celsius. A lower temperature, which means complications especially for the elderly and those with comorbidities.


Any viral infection, any organic damage requires a temperature of comfort, nutrition and rest for the activation of the immune mechanism.


What are the Risks?


The risk of a bacterial infection, in addition to the viral one The biggest risk for the patient who has a viral infection is to develop a bacterial one, especially if he is an elderly patient with comorbidities, says the doctor. "That patient may be more frequently associated with bacterial infections, or if we are referring to a patient with comorbidities who has gone through other hospitalizations.


Is Cold Air Good for Covid-19 Lungs?


He/she  may have a colonization with a bacterium, such as Pseudomonas or Staphylococcus, which becomes much more aggressive under the conditions." on the one hand, viral infections, but on the other hand, the decrease in the temperature in which the patient lives ”, the doctor also explained and also specified that the same temperature conditions must exist in hospitals, especially in the case of patients with lung damage.


How The Cold in the Homes Affects the Children?


Children are more sensitive than adults Especially children are much more sensitive than adults and in terms of temperature they may feel differently. Lavinia Ionescu, ATI COVID coordinator at the Hospital, explained to the newspapers  that, in addition to the Covid-19 infection that affects their immune system, a low temperature can have serious consequences on the health of children.


"When the temperature is too low, the risk of superinfections is high, and if the temperature is too high, the air becomes dry, we inhale dry air that dries the bronchial mucosa and thus increases the risk of infections. It is recommended to keep the children at a temperature of 22-23 degrees Celsius ", said doctor Lavinia Ionescu. Among the most common conditions that children can develop in the absence of an optimal temperature is pneumonia.


How the cold in the homes affects the patients with COVID isolated at home. Doctors' explanations



However, COVID virus infection is an infection that lowers the body's immunity, and then against the background of this low immunity there is a risk of bacterial superinfection, which is popularly called pneumonia. 

When the child stays in a heated house, the block and the rest of the walls are heated, condensation occurs, and it favors the condition of mold. This mold can create allergic reactions and lung complications ".


Coronavirus Temperature Limit

There is no limit to temperature to Corona Virus as the name tells virus if we go through the definition of virus it acts like dead and when it get favorable conditions it becomes active same is the case with corona virus and similarly the hot summer temperatures had no real effect on it..


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