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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 5503-5512

Impact Of Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) On Human Body, Eating Habits And Lifestyle Related Activities: A Review

Raveena Saharan, Karanjeet Kaur.


In late 2019, there was a burst of a novel infectious coronavirus (SARS CoV2) which became global pandemic and named as Coronavirus disease (CoViD-19) by World Health Organization (WHO). In the starting phase of pandemic, lockdown was imposed in the entire world. Due to this, the access to fresh foods has been disturbed, their routine life was confined in the home. As people have to stay inside the house, their physical activity was also effected. In this fearfull situation, people faced stress and to reduce their stress, some of them have increased their alcohol consumption. On the other hand, more time at home may have resulted in some positive habits including an increase in cooking. The characteristics and symptoms related with the actual COVID-19 pandemic made the physical activity interventions a valuable prevention and treatment factor. Physical activity improves body composition, the cardiorespiratory, metabolic, and mental health of patients. This review paper includes tracement of coronavirus in human body. The aim of this review was to find that how corona virus have effected human body and to assess dietary changes, lifestyle changes during the first lockdown.

Key words: COVID-19, coronavirus, lockdown, physical activity,human body, alcohol consumption.

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