Multi-Pronged Attack of Covid-19 on the Human Body
Covid 19 has been the top killer disease currently in the world, it has given a shake that is highly felt and everybody is working hard to keep safe avoiding the virus. However, some people have contracted the disease more than once and are still vulnerable to the virus. Since covid 19 attacks mostly the effects of the respiratory system on the body are not limited to that. There are more effects and riskier.https://docsun.health/en/docsun-biomed-covid-report-on-side-effects-of-covid-19-vaccines/
To start with the body becomes weak and less immune to any attacks. There are diseases like pneumonia waiting to get a chance to attack. The respiratory systems may fail to require a person to be put on oxygen most of the time. The disease is so strong that it can kill on its own. The body may get attacks like a stroke that parallelizes the parts of the body. The kidney might get overworked and fail at some point. Many organs might fail to cause the body to be much weaker to fight for itself. Shock may be seen more at the very beginning before figuring it out. The worst of them all is death when all organs shut down leaving nothing on the fighting side. (Zaim, S at el 2020)
There is an attack on mental health. Mental diseases have been a killer on their own, and have swept a large number of people before. With constant attacks on a person, the mind starts to be overworked causing more to think about. Many are falling into depression. Covid 19 being with no treatment is an expensive disease to treat. It’s causing alarm to a person trying to figure out what will happen next. Even not knowing when it’s going back to normal there are many mental instabilities around. (Bhattacharjee, B & Acharya, T. 2020)
Covid 19 has caused more harm than good. And the sooner it ends the better for the whole world.
Bhattacharjee, B., & Acharya, T. (2020). The COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on mental health in USA–a review with some coping strategies. Psychiatric Quarterly, 1-11.
Zaim, S., Chong, J. H., Sankaranarayanan, V., & Harky, A. (2020). COVID-19 and multiorgan response. Current problems in cardiology, 45(8), 100618.