Patients with mild COVID-19 coronavirus are even at risk of suffering from heart disease, how come? – Recently, an expert pointed out that the long-term impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus could be much greater than everyone thought.

Reports published in journals Nature Medicinesuggesting people with mild Covid-19 coronavirus infections are much more likely to develop heart-related conditions.

Dr Ziyad-Aly, one of the lead authors behind the report, said that people with the Covid-19 coronavirus are at high risk for cardiovascular problems, including stroke and TIA, as well as abnormal heart rhythms.

The risk of heart problems and heart failure is evident in all groups regardless of age, gender, ethnicity and regardless of whether they have a risk of suffering from cardiovascular problems or not.

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When health systems around the world are starting to recover or are not as heavy as the beginning of the pandemic, this report says that the biggest impact of the Covid-19 corona virus has yet to happen and will come later.

Illustration of a human heart (Shutterstock).
Illustration of a human heart (Shutterstock).

Dr Aly also said patients with heart disease would need medical care. Because, most of these conditions are chronic conditions that last a lifetime and require long-term treatment.

The impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus in this regard will be felt in a large number of people who require long-term care and treatment to manage their heart conditions.

Not only will the number of cardiovascular patients increase, the Covid-19 corona virus can also affect the brain.

Dr Aly said the Covid-19 coronavirus also increased its footprint in the brain. This results in an increased risk of brain or mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and some drug use disorders among people with the Covid-19 coronavirus.

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They have warned that more and more patients are coming in with mental health conditions such as eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. So, health services need to prepare for this.

“There needs to be more resources put into the health system after the coronavirus pandemic,” said Dr Aly Express.