What All Changes Have You Brought In Your Life Since 2019? Many Have Done This....

What did you do? How has your life changed since the pandemic broke out in the world over in 2019? We all were hit like a lightning stuck us right on the head. But we all realized that humans have seen worse and survived. We all recall the days when other virus outbreaks had broken out. Who can forget the years when Plague and Spanish Flu outbreak had caused a havoc? But the human race survived. Courtesy of bringing in many lifestyle changes. By adapting to the need of the hour. In line with this the more recent 2019 outbreak of the COVID-19 or Coronavirus has reinstated the point of bringing in changes in the way we live for coming out of this virus attack. One thing is clear with bringing in some behavioral changes is a must. This in order to ensure the best health for ourselves and all those around us. As the form of greeting one another, the practice of disinfecting frequently visited spaces, following a COVID appropriate behavior when going to crowded places and using Contact Tracking mobile applications became a norm. What is required? You are only required to be more aware, well informed and conscious of your acts whenever you head out of your home.




Here Are The Many Health Changes Observed In People


This is still a new virus and a lot of research is going on into its affects on humans. Yet one thing which we all have learned is of taking into consideration many COVID appropriate behavior of sorts. Let’s have a look at 5 of the most prevalent changes brought in place among the people.


  • Hand Sanitizing.




This has become a part and parcel of our everyday life now. All to ensure that any kind of germs, infection causing micro-organisms and viruses are at bay. Thus along cleaning your hands before eating anything, it is of the same importance to make sure of following this practice more regularly. Using an alcohol based hand sanitizer will help in a big way.


  • Social Distancing

    The probability of the transmission of the virus from one person off to an another gets diminished if there is a gap. A physical distance will cut out the chances of the transmission of the virus from one person off on to an another. Thus, it is imperative to maintain a gap whenever it is that you are standing in a queue. Going on an escalator, moving ahead in a queue or at the local mart getting your daily use products, maintain this social distancing.
  • Wearing Masks


Keep your face covered by a mask or a piece of cloth wrapped around your head. How does this help? The chances of the virus coming out of the mouth of an infected person onto any surface or any other person gets cut down. Thus, this has to be a practice to be adopted for the years to come ahead. Bring this as a practice whenever you move out of your house.



Wash your hands as often as you can. But don’t fret! Use a bar of soap or a liquid hand wash in order to clean your hands. Rub the palm of your hands and even clean the overlining surface of your hands. Follow the famous hand washing rule.


  • Proper Vitamin-C Intake.


A key element identified in fighting before and during the COVDI-19 attack is having proper nutrition in your body. Have a good amount of nutrition inflow in your body. The vitamin-C rich food items and even the Vitamin-C oriented chewable tablets will help you in this regard in the long run.


Here Are The Many Health Responses Observed In A Segment Of The Society.


We have all seen the social stigma of HIV in being grounded in racism, homophobia and even sexism, and the stigmatization of COVID-19 has already occurred in the community. This social stigma is a bit complex and as of now it is omnipresent. This is acting as a driver of social hierarchy. The extent to which social stigma has weakened efforts to slow HIV transmission is challenging to quantify, nevertheless it is acknowledged as one of the most formidable social factors working against HIV prevention and treatment. Stigma in a viral outbreak is viewed as a process where individuals living with the virus experience status loss as a result of their viral positive status, as is observed with the HIV. Those who experience stigma are devalued, ostracized and many a times ignored as per the data shared and valued by many research firms. As in the case of COVID-19, the core elements of social stigma and social hierarchy are currently unfolding. The scenario is that all the elderly and individuals with compromised immune systems have elevated morbidity and mortality related to COVID-19 relative to other groups of people. The political discussion is still rife which is considering the social tipping point of protecting populations that are viewed as most vulnerable. Say for instance advocacy for the need to protect all human life. This up against and as a correlation to advocacy for weighing the value of human life. What do these actions do? They effectively create an in-group vs out-group mentality in the community. This is a social hierarchy and is having a detrimental impact on the public health measures. These establishment of the in-group versus the out-group perpetuates to the devaluation of the out-group members. Further bolstering disproportionate power and influence of in-group members. It is used as a justification for the mistreatment and disregard of out-group members. Say for instance, the use of the phrase “Chinese virus” a term coined and used by many for COVID-19 serves to establish social dominance, blame and social delineation, all justifications for acts of discrimination, in this case, against people of a particular Asian heritage. Approaches to addressing of the stigma in the context of promoting a well-being quotient and a disease prevention behavioral prospect exists and will likely provide many relevant tools applicable to addressing of COVID-19. Interventions to address of stigma have now been developed. These are all that target individuals, health care workers, communities, and social figures.

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