THis year, from nowhere, his left heel began to hurt. I wonder if some of the debilitating conditions are the result of aging or a normal epidemic. After all, living during this time can have dramatic health consequences – even for people who do not have coronavirus. For example, it has recently been shown that covadism is a global phenomenon – a clear manifestation of everyone’s stress. What else is written on our bodies that has never been seen before?

Hair

The UK Institute of Trichologists (IOTT) – an association of professionals treating hair and scalp disorders – said in a survey of its members this summer that 79% had seen cases of “covide-post-hair loss” in their clinics. Eva Prodeman, a trichologist consultant and chair of IOT, noted the high rates of infection and loss of appetite. “Both of these factors are reflected in the hair within four to six weeks of the virus’s onset, and the hair begins to shed excessively.”

But depression alone can also lead to hair loss. Dr. Richard Spencer, a trichologist who works in central London, says that other causes of hair loss may be “the stress of the virus and the lack of awareness of how much a person is affected by the virus, as well as the locks.” When Proudman looks at issues with men and women, he may be more clear about women, “because they wear their hair longer than men, and when a large amount of hair comes out of the bathroom, brushes and generally falls out.”

Epilepsy is a disease known as telogen influenza, which “disrupts the normal growth and flow cycle of the hair,” says Prodman. It states: “Most or all of the hair is regenerative.” In some cases, Proudman adds, “the body recovers from this disorder on its own.

Eyes

Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during this time, with fewer cases being reported. This makes them scratch, hurt and confuse, and it is difficult not to blame some of the dangerous forces on the screen, such as the blue light. The development of childhood myopia in Chinese studies is strongly correlated with screen usage (and at home time, without distant visas). This study is currently being used around the world as a warning, raising international parental guilt and anxiety, but in practice it is very difficult to hear.

But blue-tinted glasses cannot be the solution. There is no evidence that the screens themselves are harmful to the eye. Myopia occurs by constantly focusing on the near future (only because children do this on screens instead of books). It is not the reflection of the screen that dries our eyes. It is our natural tendency to blink completely during screen work (or when we read a book again) and to blink completely during screen work (less than a book, so books win).

Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during pregnancy and childbirth.
Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during pregnancy and childbirth. Example dies Jango Jim / The Guardian

Teeth

During the CVD crisis, all regular dental checkups were canceled, and my family did not see a dentist for two years. According to the British Dental Association (BDA), more than 35 million appointments have been lost across the UK following the hit by VV. Tooth decay has previously been the most common cause of hospitalization in children (because many are still too young to cooperate with treatment without general anesthesia).

Mick Armstrong is the chairman of the BDA Health and Science Committee, and has retired to help with his background in West Yorkshire. “The next day I had a dental implant,” he said. If he had seen it six months ago, he would have been saved; But he said, “I was too far away to see him.” He said there was already a problem with the NHS dental service, which is one of the areas where the current health problems are exacerbated by CVD.

But rather than repairing their teeth, they may have unwittingly turned them into blacksmiths. In February, the American Dental Association examined its members and found that 71 percent of the 2,300 dentists around the country had increased bruxism during the epidemic. This can lead to temporomandibular disorder, with more than 60% of dentists present, jaw contact and pain, and headaches around the temples. There was a similar increase in cracked and broken teeth, which may be due to tooth decay.

Heart

According to Sonya Babu-Narayan, co-director of medicine at the British Heart Foundation, cardiologists have seen an increase in chronic heart disease during the epidemic. For some, eating and exercise are harmful (later), but it is difficult to get medical help. “Every delay increases the impact of the snowball, which ultimately endangers life. Cancelled procedures, missed appointments and growing waiting lists have contributed to thousands more deaths due to heart attack and stroke during the epidemic.”

Stomach

Philip Smith, a gastroenterologist consultant and trustee of the charity Gutts UK at Royal Liverpool Hospital, noted that irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is very common. “We’ve seen an increase in anxiety-related health problems such as IBS,” he said. “The brain and the intestines are very close.”

“All my work is ’embarrassing,’” he said. “People don’t want to talk about wind turbines and diarrhea and there is a lot of stigma in my expectations.” Locks for conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and inflammatory bowel disease make it more difficult to seek help. He worked under normal circumstances. We may feel sorry for him when he is in the middle of nowhere.

Liver

Alcohol-related hospitalizations have declined in the years leading up to the epidemic, but since Vidd, issues have “increased dramatically. They can be seen in alcoholic hepatitis and jaundice. They can be seen with weight loss or with withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, tremors, sweating and irritability. Gastric or peptic ulcer: It is possible to have blood clots in your intestines when the liver gets cirrhosis. Not Everyone Drinks Too Much – Alcohol Change UK survey by 2020 says they have stopped or reduced their alcohol intake. However, one in five – an estimated 8.6 million adults – drank more.

If your teeth do not decay, you may have to move them to Smithers.
If your teeth do not decay, you may have to move them to Smithers. Example dies Jango Jim / The Guardian

Skin

As you might expect, dermatologist Emma Crateror, a dermatologist at Gai and St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, says that burning skin conditions such as rosas, eczema and psoriasis are getting worse during this stressful time, because stress is like a fire. And regular bathing can damage anyone’s skin. In fact, the Craythorne department had to set up a clinic for staff working in the hospital because, she said, doctors had to wash their hands about 100 times a day. “As soon as you clean your hands, the outer layer interferes with the protection of the bricks and mortar and starts to lose water.” If you do not moisturize or use a moisturizing lotion, such as glycerin, it will “start to crack. And then pathogens can come in and cause swelling.

The word “maskne” was coined during the epidemic – it refers to skin problems caused by wearing a mask – but Cretor does not see this as a major problem. She says that some people can get peripheral dermatitis, “the skin is not working properly, and these tiny bumps around the mouth can be cured – and people often confuse it with pimples. No. “Wearing masks will change the environment, which could create a situation,” Criterion said.

Legs

Emma McConnacci, a spokeswoman for the Royal College of Pediatrics, who practices Sterling, said: “We were seeing more tendon strain and heel pain such as plantar fasciitis,” she said. One hypothetical reason is that when we work from home, the feet are deprived of their usual support shoes. “Not all types of feet can cope well with barefoot or weak shoes,” she says. “Some are saying that their feet are ‘spread out’ and that their shoes do not fit. Although it may be argued that their shoes did not fit properly before and that they knew better after their time. The first time you put on your jeans, lock them on the bottom of the race.

Pediatricians say they are seeing an increase in painful arches, ankles, and ankle sprains. Presumably, she says, many of these injuries are caused by “changes in movement type or by new activities such as running.” If you have pain in your leg for more than two weeks without improvement, she recommends, “It is best to seek professional evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.”

Diet and fitness

The Zoe Covid Signal Study App Team Tim Spector, who has been a pandemic data miner throughout the epidemic, conducted a small-scale study on appliances at King’s College London, Diet and Exercise. But, behind these averages, “too many people have changed their behavior. They were either healthier or healthier, but on average, they were balanced. This information was published in the journal Nature this year.

Overall, the average weight gain was 0.8kg (1lb 12oz), and this year’s NHS study showed that people in need of weight loss averaged 2.3kg compared to the previous three years.

Meanwhile, Zoo’s survey found that more than a quarter of people exercised as a result of the epidemic, but a slightly higher body size became more active. And, when it comes to nutrition, says Spector, about one-third of the food is rediscovered and eaten healthier, the other third is the opposite, and the last third makes no difference. “What are you going back to?” Requires a spectator. “KFC – or quinoa salad?”