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STAY AND WAIT AT HOME IN COVID–19 PANDEMIC ARENA THAWS THE WEIGHT GAIN & PHYSICAL EXERCISE SIMULTANIOUSLY FOCUSES ON BODY SHAPE IN CHILDREN

Dr. Dhananjoy Saha, Angshul Saha, Kushal Nandi and Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen*

ABSTRACT

The fewer people you’re around, the lower your chance of infection. When you stay home, you help stop the spread to others, too. Don’t go to crowded places. If your community is under shelter–in–place orders, follow proper guidelines for when you can leave your home. Keep a stock of supplies like food and medicine, so you can hunker down when you need to. The main way COVID–19 spreads are from person–to–person contact. “Contact” is more than touching. When someone coughs or sneezes near you, droplets from their nose and mouth go into the air. Droplets from a person with COVID–19 have the virus in them. If you breathe the droplets in, the virus gets into your system. To protect yourself, you should practice social distancing. This includes staying at least 6 feet away from other people. In pandemic situation by covid–19 it has been instructed by government to be protected at home for stay safe & stay tuned. Work from home [academics, teaching, corporate, industry, market place, entertainments etc] reflects a huge psychological ailment in persons [both sexes]. No gatherings, wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, no outside work and only in–home custody reflects adverse effects on mental conditions by following weight gain by obesity & psychological disturbances by mania situation. The working strategy of philomath persons and devoted persons in work culture beyond house create jeopardise situation in pandemics. Fear of corona attack by contacts create adverse effect in mental condition about no work no pay, no outdoor game no recreation, no class no learnings in offline etc. All online devices are all time booked in networking due to work from home status and fear of network failure thinking will hamper the flow of work. All outdoor games [cricket, badminton, tennis, badminton etc] are now reverted into indoor games [carrom, ludo, PUBG, mobile games etc] supresses the VO2max and supress the basal metabolic rate & body mass index and increases the accumulation of lactic acid and other micronutrients and metabolism supresses and anabolism starts by accumulation of lipids in body and calorie burning is also suppressed. All these factors produce negative effect of ventilation of normal body metabolism. During this period children are suffering from obesity and anxiety. Physical exercise and proper food habit are the solution to be fit.

Keywords: Coronavirus, COVID–19, Obesity, Social distancing, Mental health, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Physical exercise.


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