Russian cardiologist Yuri Belenkov, director of the Astromov Hospital at Sechenov University, warned that the Coruna epidemic would cause delayed harm to people’s health, similar to that caused by the “collapse of the Soviet Union in Russia”.
He said in an interview with Radio “Sputnik” last night: “The coronavirus not only has a direct impact on health, but also has a negative negative effect.”
The cardiologist explained: “The negative point is that due to the epidemic, the number of victims of cardiovascular diseases may increase.”
The well-known cardiologist explained: “The death rate due to cardiovascular diseases will increase, and this is not a new finding. We have already seen that since 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed. After six months, the death rate increased sharply, then a defect followed, then Crises occurred, and all of these social unrest led to an increase in deaths due to social instability. ”
“It is impossible to ignore forced inactivity, unbalanced nutrition and the lack of social communication that people experience during self-isolation,” he concluded.
Belinkov warned: “All this will lead after the epidemic to an increase in crises of high blood pressure and coronary heart disease, and to avoid this, experts advise, to exercise every day or do some homework, try to eat properly and communicate with relatives and friends as possible as possible.” So as not to suffer from loneliness and maintain a good mood. “