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Home Care Tips For Mild COVID-19 Cases | Dr. Sushila Kataria

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How To Treat Covid At Home | Home Isolation Guidelines for Mild Covid 19

As India fights the second wave of covid-19 we spoke to Dr. Anup Banur, a Pulmonologist, and Associate Professor to understand how a symptomatic or asymptomatic patient can treat covid - 19 in home isolation, through certain standard practices like monitoring of vitals, breathing exercises and postural methods.


How To Treat Covid At Home | Home Isolation Guidelines for Mild Covid 19 | Covid Treatment At Home

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What if I am tested as COVID-19+ve? | Recovery time for Coronavirus Disease- Dr. Ashoojit Kaur Anand

Dr. Ashoojit Kaur Anand | Appointment booking number: 89715 44066
General Physician & Community Medicine Specialist | PCMH Restore Health, Bangalore
If I am tested as COVID-19 positive, you need no panic, as most of the people that is 80 to 90% of the population have a very mild kind of infection of COVID-19, where they have cough, cold, fever, running nose. There is about a very small percentage that is 10% of the population who will require father treatment, with antivirals or steroids. Very few about 3 to 5% of the people develop respiratory distress and need to be admitted in a hospital and require hospital. So if you require hospital admission. You need to relax and contact your family physician and have a teleconsultation in your regular practice, we have lot of patients whom w e consult over the phone at their home you just need to isolate a home so that you are not a risk to the other people at home. In case others at home develop symptoms it is better to have them tested and isolate from children and elderly people mainly because they are at risk of getting infection from you., the recovery period varies but it is like any cough, cold and fever where it could vary from a week to 10 days. Usually about 11 days is about the time period and the virus levels in the body comes down and the patient stats recovering.
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BEST HOME REMEDIES for COVID 19 Recovery| Boost your immunity for Covid 19- Remedies at 5:37 mins

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This is something I had not shared with my Youtube Family. My family and I have been down with Coronavirus since the last 2 weeks. In this video, I share with you all our Covid 19 experience and all the things that we did, all the best possible home remedies we did in order to cure ourselves at home.

We opted for home isolation for all the 7 members in my house including 3 senior citizens in my house out of which my husband's grandfather is 96 years old.

The home remedies mentioned in this video are extremely effective in curing Coronavirus and will surely help you or your loved ones to get better and fight this disease. Please do try them and also do these as a precaution to boost your immunity against coronavirus.

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Managing mild infection at home | Editorji Complete Covid Guide

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Self-awareness and monitoring are essential in fighting the novel coronavirus along with knowing when a patient only needs to home quarantine to recover and when they need to be hospitalised. Anyone who has tested positive for coronavirus and is experience mild symptoms only needs home isolation and care. Here's all you need to know about managing mild infection at home.

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How long does the coronavirus last inside the body?

As coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise, you might be wondering just how long you’ll be sick if you do contract COVID-19.

Here are the symptoms you’ll be dealing with, when they’ll likely strike, and how long it will take until you’re fully recovered.

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COVID First Aid Kit | Must have items to keep handy at home - Dr. Sanjay Panicker | Doctors' Circle

Dr. Sanjay Panicker | Appointment booking number: 080 4121 6688
Consultant Homeopath | Amrita Homeopathy, Koramangala 4th Block, Bangalore
This is one of the most common things that people ask me , what should I keep at home and what should I not forget to keep in this covid situation. Covid usually presents with fever, cough, cold but nowadays the presentation is happening with vomiting lose motion, stomach pain and many cases there is no fever at home. So there are few things you need to keep at home, you need to keep a kit which contains a thermometer, pulse oximeter, and have to keep your oxygen saturation monitored especially when you have fever, cough, cold because in many cases there are no symptoms and fever is very mild and goes off in 1 or 2 days and then after that it is directly hitting on the l lungs. So oxygen saturation has to be monitored even if you have a slight cough or cold and hence it is important to keep your temperature and pulse oximeter at home. Steam inhalation is very important. So keep a small kettle so that you can boil hot water and you can drink hot water and you can keep a bowl of water, 5 minutes of steam inhalation, morning, afternoon and night. We have seen many patients recover just with steam inhalation and some home remedies. So it is important to keep small things ate home like black pepper, tulsi leaves, and you also have basic things like dry ginger which can be used to prepare the kada or the drink, which is a decoction of tea, water , dry ginger pepper seeds and tulsi leaves boil nicely and drink for two times. So these items should be ready at home to see that your immune system is on a boost. Chywanprash is again something that is helping in most of the cases. Don’t forget to include the homeopathic kit containing Arsenicum album and nuxvomica. Again there are medicines like aconite and belladonna.
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Can Covid affect our Stomach?Gastrointestinal symptoms of COVID 19-Dr.Ravindra B S | Doctors' Circle

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Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist | Meenakshi Gastro Liver Care,Bengaluru
From this year, we have been having this Covid all over the world and we all think that covid can affect only the respiratory system. But unfortunately now the symptoms are changing. Most of the patients who come to the gastroenterology department of mild fever, mild body ache . Fever they don’t even recognize and they come with nausea vomiting, loose motions and extreme fatigue and abdominal discomfort. This for a common person this looks like a simple gastric and they take this acidity medicine like pantoprazole, omeprazole, ranitidine at home and they feel they are not better and they come to the hospital and when we ask them they tell about this extreme tiredness, extreme fatigue and body ache and mild fever. These are the symptoms we should think about in this Covid 19 pandemic. Rarely nowadays we are seeing some problems in the liver, some problems in the pancreas and some problems in the colon as well. But these are early things in this covid 19 and this is a new virus and as time is evolving, we are seeing so many manifestations of covid infection, but by and large who are having these symptoms of extreme tiredness, fatigue, not feeling to eat, nausea, vomiting and abdominal discomfort and especially diarrhea. If you have these symptoms then please think of Covid 19 and other than that and that we should also think of gastritis. During covid-19 in this period, if you have these symptoms you should always get tested, infact simple test like C-Reactive proteins and lymphocytes are low then we should suspect covid 19 and when we do covid 19 antigen test or throat swab, then we can see covid 19 in these patients.
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Normal Oxygen Level | All you need to know about COVID-19- Dr. Ashoojit Kaur Anand | Doctors' Circle

Dr. Ashoojit Kaur Anand | Appointment booking number: 89715 44066
General Physician & Community Medicine Specialist | PCMH Restore Health, Bangalore
The normal oxygen level in anybody would be somewhere between 97 to 100-%. At times it can be a little lower 94 and 95. When somebody has underlying lung problem, it could be bronchial asthma, bronchiectiasis, it could be tuberculosis and that has resulted in fibrosis of lungs and the oxygen saturation has started dropping buy don’t have to get worried if it is showing 94 or 95. Even then it is fine. But anything less than 93% then it is matter of concern indicating that this person needs oxygen support and might have to be moved to hospital for oxygen support. Because the coronavirus mainly affects the legs, it is important for anybody who has tested positive for COVID needs to check their oxygen saturation levels frequently in a day to know what their saturation level is but it is important that you follow these reading. Using a proper method is the saturation is showing low levels, then discuss with your physician then or it is normal that somebody’s saturation is showing low levels. At times when the saturation even if it is dropping and the physician feels you can be managed at home.
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Covid Diet Plan | Diet Plan for Corona Positive Patients | English| Hindi | Neha Katekar |

Covid Diet Plan | Diet Plan for Corona Positive Patients | English| Hindi | Neha Katekar |

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Covid Diet Plan | Diet Plan for Corona Positive Patients | English| Hindi | Neha Katekar

A lot is known about immunity-boosting foods and diets but very little is spoken about diet in COVID people positive patients.

Do you know what covid positive should eat for fast recovery?

This video explains the full day diet routine for mild to moderate covid positive patients.

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Diet plan for Covid positive patients

Early morning – warm water ( 1 glass)
Nuts and dry fruits (Handful)

Breakfast – Poha / Upma/ chila/chapatti + omlette / idli / dosa + Eggs (2)

Mid-morning – Whole Fruit / Fruit juice/ coconut water/ lime water ( 1 glass)

Lunch – Chapati (1)+ veg (1 bowl) + Dal (1 bowl) + curd (1 bowl)+ salad (1 bowl)

Evening – Thick milk shake ( 1 glass) / lassi (home made curd) / sprout salad (1 bowl) / makhana (1 bowl )

Dinner – Soup ( 1 bowl) + multigrain khichadi / chapatti (1.5) + veg (1 bowl)
(Can have boiled chicken, fish and eggs)

Bedtime – Turmeric Milk (1 mug)
(Turmeric + clove+black pepper+ dalchani)

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COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines | Louis Krenn MD

A quick review of COVID-19 quarantine and isolation guidelines. Guidelines reviewed are based on current CDC guidelines.



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Covid: Take this 6-min walk test to assess your oxygen level

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Hospitals are running out of beds with a sharp spike in Covid cases. Govt and doctors are advising those testing positive to stay in isolation at home rather than rush to hospitals if they have mild symptoms.

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My Mother Is COVID POSITIVE At Home Treatment & Recovery Sharing Our Experience

My Mother Is COVID POSITIVE DOCTOR GAVE At Home Treatment & HOME ISOLATION, HOME Recovery FROM COVID 19 TIPS AND Sharing Our Experience and COVID Story.

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Post COVID care | Daily Health Tips in Hindi By Dr. Rushikesh Trivedi

Keeping healthy habits can be difficult during COVID-19, especially for our elderly population. Dr. Rushikesh Trivedi offers some Health tips on how to continue diet and exercise, as well as safety precautions and Post COVID care.

Health tips by Dr. Rushikesh Trivedi:

1.Meditation and yoga
Yoga’s incorporation of meditation and breathing can help improve a person’s mental well-being. “Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention, and sharpens concentration

2.Drink Water
Drinking warm water has its own benefits, one being it is a great immunity booster for your health and fulfills all the needs to beat the harshness of changing seasons, and helps you to stay fit. 75% of our body is made up of fluids and for optimal functioning, it needs an optimal balance of electrolytes, which is obtained by water.

3.Nutritious food
Proper nutrition and hydration are vital. People who eat a well-balanced diet tend to be healthier with stronger immune systems and a lower risk of chronic illnesses and infectious diseases. So you should eat a variety of fresh and unprocessed foods every day to get the vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, protein, and antioxidants your body needs

4.Personal Hygiene
One of the best ways to maintain good overall health and wellness is to maintain proper personal hygiene. Personal hygiene helps you to stay clean, giving you a boost in confidence and positively impacting personal relationships, as well as reduce the risk for disease and negative medical conditions that stem from bad hygiene.

5.Strong immunity
The immune system plays an important role in protecting the body from harmful substances like bacteria, viruses, and germs that causes illness. If you have a weak immune system, not only will you fall sick more often and easily, but it will also make it difficult for you to recover from them. The immune system fights disease-causing germs like viruses, bacteria, or fungi and helps in removing them from the body.

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Are There Any Skin Conditions That Are Visible In Covid Positive Patients? - Dr. Rajdeep Mysore

Dr. Rajdeep Mysore | Appointment booking number: 9110865951
Consultant Dermatologist & Dermatosurgeon | Charma Chirag Hospital, Bangalore
COVID-19 the new viral infection that has taken the word by storm can have skin manifestations. Around 20% of the symptomatic patients show skin changes. The most common being maculopapular rash. It is a generalized red rash seen on the entire body. commonly we see it in dengue, measles, chikungunya, bacterial infections like typhoid almost 50% of the patients can have this maculopapular rash. The next commonest would be Pseudochilblains. This would be in Caucasians or Western literature. So 20% of the patients will have Pseudo chilblains which is redness and swelling of the tips of the fingers and sometimes even gangrene of the tips of fingers. This can happen in cold climate in tips of fingers. So this can occur even in COVID 19.

THINGS YOU CAN DO TO MANAGE COVID 19 AT HOME | COVID 19 HOME REMEDIES | The cooking nurse

Following my previous video i have shared a few of the things i was told and did when i was down with covid 19 and i think they helped me, i cant lie that there's guarantee that they will work for every individual because we have different bodies and makeups but they sure did help me, to everyone battling the deadly virus i hope you get tat one thing that gets you back up even if its hope and i wish you really a quick recovery.
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Covid-19 Treatment At Home Urdu Hindi- Coronavirus Ka Ghar Per Ilaj- Self Treatment Tips For COVID

Covid-19 Treatment At Home Urdu Hindi- Coronavirus Ka Ghar Per Ilaj- Self Treatment Tips For COVID

Most people who become sick with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will only experience mild illness and can recover at home. Covid-19 symptoms (coronavirus ki alamat) might last a few days, and people who have the virus might feel better in about a week. Treatment is aimed at relieving symptoms and includes rest, fluid intake, and pain relievers.

Follow the doctor's recommendations about the Covid-19 treatment at home (coronavirus ka ghar per ilaj). Maintain a safe distance between the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infected person and the noninfected ones. Only one person should be allowed to go near the infected person wearing full precautionary clothes and mask. Keep children and older people away from the infected person.

Also, its the most important time to boost your immunity to treat COVID-19 at home (coronavirus ka ghar per ilaj), and for that, you will have to make some lifestyle changes such as avoiding food from restaurants and junk food, drinking plenty of water, avoiding sharing of personal things, and being physically active.

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Breastfeeding your baby even if you are COVID-19 positive? - Dr. Sanjay Panicker |Doctors' Circle

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Breastfeeding is very important to see that your baby develops immunity this is the period when the child’s immune system is developing. The mother immune system is healthy the mother’s milk has got good cells which can inturn make the immune system if the baby to develop.
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Home Care Tips For Mild Covid-19 Patients, Caregiver And All Family Members

We have seen hundreds of Covid-19 cases increase. At the same time, the government has decided to provide home treatment for Covid-19 patients with mild cases. Although mild cases should be treated at home, both patients, caregivers, and other family members must be highly protected to prevent the spread of the disease that you live in a house with.

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Taanya gives us an insight on what went down when Coronavirus had just started to take over India and the story is actually terrifying!

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