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Can I Exercise After the Covid-19 Vaccine and Other Popular News – Until now there are still many questions in the community about what can and can not be done after Covid-19 vaccination. One of the questions is sports.

Meanwhile, it turns out that there are ways that patients with diabetes can slowly stop taking their medication. These two reports are the most popular news on the health channel. Here are the other most popular news.

1. Can I do sports after injecting the Covid-19 Vaccine? These are the facts

Sports illustration.  (Pexels)
Sports illustration. (Pexels)

Exercise before the injection of the Covid-19 vaccine is one of the best things that can help increase its efficacy. Research shows that staying physically active 24 hours before an injection of the Covid-19 vaccine can help support immunity and develop antibodies.

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However, some people may want to exercise immediately after injecting the Covid-19 vaccine. Some people may also doubt that exercise after the Covid-19 vaccine injection is allowed or not.

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2. Have Diabetes But Want To Stop Taking Medication? Here’s how

Diabetes drug illustration. [Dok.pixabay/stevepb]
Diabetes drug illustration. [Dok.pixabay/stevepb]

Many think that diabetes is a chronic disease that cannot be separated from drugs, especially drugs to control blood sugar before and after eating so that it does not jump dramatically. Is that true?

Internal Medicine Specialist Eka Hospital BSD, dr. Dicky L. Phaseary, PhD, Sp.PD-KEMD, FINASM said the phenomenon of diabetic patients who are no longer taking medication does exist, especially if their blood sugar levels have been controlled due to lifestyle changes.

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3. Note, this should be done after the operation to place a ring in the heart

Human heart illustration (Shutterstock).
Human heart illustration (Shutterstock).

People who have experienced heart disease, and then continue to complain of shortness of breath are usually advised by a doctor to undergo a PCI procedure or Percutaneous Coronary Intervention.

PCI is a procedure for treating coronary heart patients by placing a small material called a ring to open the blood vessels in the heart that are narrowed due to the buildup.

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4.Covid-19 Vaccine Immunity Better Protects from Symptoms, Not Transmission

Illustration of the Covid-19 vaccine.  (Envato Elements)
Illustration of the Covid-19 vaccine. (Envato Elements)

Countries that are rapidly vaccinating Covid-19, such as Israel and the UK, are starting to give indications of how well the vaccine is working. Initial results suggest the vaccine is highly effective in preventing infected people from being hospitalized or dying.

However, it is unclear how well the vaccine is at stopping people from spreading the coronavirus.

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5. Global Covid-19 Update: Agreement to Overcome Pandemic Together with WHO and 23 Countries

Illustration of the Corona Covid-19 virus.  (Shutterstock)
Illustration of the Corona Covid-19 virus. (Shutterstock)

The Covid-19 pandemic has become a global problem. More than 200 countries have reported cases of SARS Cov-2 virus infection since last year. The global Covid-19 update according to the Worldometers website, Tuesday (30/3) at 08.45 WIB, the total of all Covid-19 cases in the world has reached 128.23 million and caused 2.8 million deaths.

Although more than 108.43 million people have been declared cured of infection, until now there are still 21.98 million people who are still positive for Covid-19.

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