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In Russia, mortality from alcohol increased during the pandemic

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Do you drink a lot while you sit at home?  


The head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, during a speech in the State Duma, said that in Russia during the pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19, people egan to die more often from alcohol.  He did not provide statistics, but noted that it is based on operational monitoring data on mortality rates.


 Murashko also recalled the agency’s initiative to increase the age of alcohol sales from 18 to 21 years.  According to him, now it is precisely from the age of 18 that mortality rates increase sharply, especially in men.  And this must be fought.

 Murashko noted that in conditions of self-isolation, the consumption of alcoholic beverages increased by 2-3%.  However, alcohol in the current situation can have a negative effect on immunity, making you more vulnerable to the virus.  


There are a lot of interesting stuff to do at home during the pandemic. It is the moment to spend all your time with your family, plan healthy meals and do sport. Maybe is the time to lose some weight? Do some exercises. Or maybe you want to increase your knowledge, so here you go with online courses.

Do not perceive alcohol as a method to waste your time during quarantine!

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Covid-19 "attacks" the most powerful of the elderly, but even young and apparently healthy people do not get rid of coronavirus.  The news about the death of some adolescents, young people without previously diagnosed health problems has shocked us in recent weeks.  Why do some healthy, young people die from the new coronavirus? The specialists have two explanations, which will be deepened by thorough research.


 It remains one of the biggest mysteries of the current Covid-19 pandemic.  In general, the disease causes severe complications to people past the age of 65 and those with certain conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure or obesity.  However, there were also casualties among young people without health problems, including among medical personnel. In some cases, after the death, certain conditions with which the victim had not been diagnosed, in other words, was not known to be sick.

The researchers are facing this huge challenge, to discover the cause of the strange behavior of the coronavirus.  Several theories have already been put forward. Some researchers believe that the amount of virus we are infected with is extremely important: we have been exposed directly and strongly, the complications can be serious.  "A person with a high viral load has more virus particles than a small virus," says virusologist Alison Sinclair of Sussex University.

 "We still do not know what the impact of viral load is on the symptoms of a person infected with Covid-19.  It will be important to find out if there is a link between large viral loads and serious cases, ”added Sinclair. 


 In addition, the first data from China suggest that viral load is higher in patients with a more severe form of the disease, as is the case with SARS and influenza.

But other researchers argue that the main explanation lies in genes.  Some of us are simply genetically predisposed to develop the most serious forms of Covid-19.  Virology expert Michael Skinner from Imperial College in London explained, quoted by the Guardian: "It is quite possible that some of us may have a genetic particularity that will make us react much worse when we are infected with coronavirus."


 "It may be a similar sensitivity of some people with Covid-19, and this makes them more acute due to serious side effects," Skinner added.


 An example of such sensitivity is given by the herpes simplex virus.  In some people, a genetic mutation that affects TLR3 cell receptors in the central nervous system makes them unable to react to the worst stroke of the virus, so they make a disease called herpex simplex encephalitis that can lead to seizures.

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The health of 55-year-old British Prime Minister Boris Johnson decreased rapidly and on Sunday at 8.00 pm he was taken by ambulance and taken to the London hospital.  After some analysis, he was sent to a private reserve. But the cough persisted and the prime minister suffocated, so on Monday he was transferred to intensive care, where he is now.


 Boris Johnson goes through hard times, his life being endangered by contamination with the new coronavirus.  On Friday, April 3, 55-year-old Johnson charged with fever, coughing and persistent fatigue. This came just a day after the test for COVID-19 came out positive.  Knowing that he is robust and can carry "a mere cold" on his feet, Johnson has refused to step down from the government. On Sunday night, however, after a teleconference via Zoom, a doctor suggested that he quickly should call the ambulance because it is not good what is going on with him.  At 20.00 he arrived at St. Thomas, and after some analysis, came to intensive care.  

Despite the serious situation of the prime minister, a close relative of his told the Daily Mail that Boris Johnson is not connected to the mechanically assisted breathing apparatus.  It happens 10 weeks before he turns 56, Boris goes through dramatic moments. He was forced to hand over the helm to the British Government's Foreign Minister Dominic Raab. It held on Tuesday the first government meeting on the COVID-19 crisis.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was diagnosed with coronavirus a week ago. Jhonson was previously hospitalized with coronavirus, he was transferred to the intensive care unit.  The reason was the worsening of his condition.


When Johnson was hospitalized The Downing Street premier's office issued a statement saying that, at the doctors' advice, Boris Johnson agreed to be admitted to the hospital for a thorough set of tests.  The decision was made in the context in which the 10-day coronavirus symptoms presented by Boris Johnson do not improve, on the contrary. "At the recommendation of his doctors, the prime minister was admitted to the hospital for analysis," a statement from his Downing Street office said.

"The prime minister thanks the medical staff for his incredible effort and asks the population to respect the Government's recommendations to stay indoors, to protect the national health system and to save lives", it is shown at the end of the document.


 Boris Johnson's fiancée, Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant, announced on Saturday that she had the main symptoms of coronavirus on Twitter and that she is feeling better after seven days of rest.  "I spent the last week in bed, with the main symptoms of coronavirus. I didn't need to be tested, and after seven days of rest, I feel stronger and recover, "noted Symonds.


 According to The Guardian, Carrie Symonds has been isolating herself since Johnson was tested positive.  The prime minister remained in isolation at the Downing Street residence, while Symonds, who normally lives with Johnson, posted a photo of her in self-isolation at Camberwell with his dog Dilyn.

Boris Johnson's fiancée is five years younger than the prime minister's eldest daughter..

 Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds entered British history as the first married couple in Downing Street, the premier's official residence in London.  Carrie Symonds, former Conservative Party communications adviser before being named 'First Girlfriend', has remained quiet since the installation on Downing Street.


 Boris Johnson already has four children since his second marriage to Marina Wheeler, and his eldest daughter is five years older than his girlfriend.


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The coronavirus pandemic forces most people to dramatically change their daily routine, given to the isolation measures taken by the authorities.  It is important to organize our time correctly and have a productive quarantine.

5 important elements in a day's program!

 In this written schedule we must keep in mind, in writing, five elements daily:

• Basic activities (eg hygiene, meal, study / service, interpersonal relationship, play / relaxation, sleep).  •Psychologists stress the importance of dieting "which needs to be controlled rigorously to be healthy" and sports activities, both of which contribute to maintaining good health.

 •At least one behavior that we enjoy: watching a movie / reading a book / sport, etc.

 •At least one defining behavior in our personality: "If we are sociable / extroverted, we can call for social support those who need it."

 •At least one behavior related to our set of values ​​/ principles and then we focus on making decisions: "If generosity is a value for you, you can volunteer to help in this period," details the psychologist.


 Socializing behaviors seen as an antidote to stress: “Physical isolation does not mean psychosocial isolation.  In this process of socialization, although it is good to plan many activities together in the couple / family, it must be left a personal space, ”explains David.

 

The program must be checked, that’s the best way to respect the schedule.

 The psychologist states that "it is important for someone to check us, once or twice a day, that we follow and implement the schedule, especially for those of us who know we have difficulties in self-discipline.  This supportive monitoring is fundamental especially for the elderly in isolation and can be done by relatives or friends. " If the schedule is not implemented effectively, David recommends "we analyze the causes, eliminate them and redo it until it becomes accepted."

 "These practices will become a new healthy routine of life, some things can be kept then in the post-crisis period!", Concludes the psychologist.


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Chlorine based disinfectant is one of the most powerful solutions that eliminates coronavirus from surfaces.  The recipe is very simple and you can try it right at home. Here's what you have to do!


If you want to prepare your own disinfectant with which to sanitize your home, you will need to be very careful about how you use chlorine.  Because it is a caustic substance, it should not be mixed with other solutions, but diluted only with water, in appropriate proportions. Here is the exact network and what you need to do!


 How to prepare your own chlorine disinfectant.  Recipe for home

 The American Center for Disease Control recommends disinfecting surfaces in our home - tiles, wall tiles, linoleum, door handles, etc. - using a chlorine solution with a concentration of 1:50, ie 20 ml of chlorine per liter of water.  This disinfectant, properly prepared, sanitizes surfaces and objects that we come into contact with daily, but does not affect our health. If you think this amount of chlorine is small, find out that it is actually more than enough for the complete elimination of coronavirus.


 The tools you need:


 You will need a spray container where you can keep the solution;

 A graduated container to make the necessary measurements;

 Household rubber gloves;

 A nose and mouth protection mask.  This way you will avoid inhaling chlorine vapors.  If you do not have a mask, you can use a scarf, a handkerchief, a handkerchief, any textile material that will prevent you from inhaling the vapors;

 Water;

Chlorine;


Recipe for daily use


 First of all, you must know that the disinfectant is prepared outdoors, or, if you do not live at ground house and do not have a yard, go to the balcony.  If you do not have a balcony, prepare the solution in a very well ventilated room, with the windows wide open. Chlorine releases extremely toxic vapors. To make a solution with a concentration of 1:50 you need 20 ml of chlorine in 1 liter of water.  Pour water into a basin, add chlorine, mix and use the solution for washing on the floor or for disinfecting other objects. The disinfectant can be used daily, and if it is more concentrated, it should be used once a few days.

 The chlorine-based disinfectant is prepared according to a very simple recipe, but we must pay close attention to the quantities of chlorine and water we use.  It is the most important aspect. If not, chlorine could seriously affect our health.

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