The COVID-19 pandemic has led to mass quarantine worldwide. This has led to serious health consequences for people, including those who suffer from cardiovascular disease. A new study has shown that quarantine can cost cardiac patients up to two years to live.
The study was conducted at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. It assessed the impact of quarantine on the health of people suffering from cardiovascular disease. The researchers found that quarantine can increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
One of the authors of the study, Professor Matthew Reed, said, “Our study showed that quarantine can cost cardiac patients up to two years to live. This is due to the fact that people moved less, alcohol and tobacco consumption increased, and stress levels increased.”
In addition, the quarantine led to many people not seeking medical attention for heart problems. This could have led to a worsening of their condition and even death.
But this is not the only study that has shown the negative impact of quarantine on people’s health. Another U.S. study found that quarantine can lead to poorer mental health. More than 40 percent of those surveyed said they experienced symptoms of depression during the quarantine.
Some experts claim that quarantine can cause people to become less resistant to infections in the future. This is because people’s bodies are no longer forced to fight infections, which can lead to a decrease in their immunity.
It follows from all of this that quarantine must be carried out with all possible health consequences in mind. Measures must be taken to keep people moving and receive medical care for cardiac problems. In addition, psychological support should be provided for people who suffer from depression and other mental illnesses.