Katrina Kaif’s Trainer Yasmin Karachiwala Shares 6 Things That Helped Her Recover From COVID-19

Here are the six things that the Pilates instructor strictly followed when she was suffering from Covid and these tips really helped her.

India on Thursday has broken all its record of the highest single-day Covid-19 count in the world. The country recorded about 4,12,262 fresh cases, which is the highest single-day count in any country so far, along with 3,980 deaths in the last 24 hours.

Earlier, India had become the first country to register more than 4 lakh coronavirus cases in a single day on April 30, with this new record India’s cumulative caseload crossed the past record of 2.06 crore.

India is second only to the United States in terms of the total number of cases, with cases of many people dying outside the hospitals due to shortage of oxygen supply, hospital beds and medical staff.

Many Bollywood celebrities also fought this virus and are now spreading awareness about how to be fit after getting infected. Recently, Katrina Kaif’s Trainer Yasmin Karachiwala Shares 6 Things That Helped Her Recover From COVID-19.

If you’re in home isolation, learning celebrity fitness coach Yasmin Karachiwala’s Covid remedies may help.

Yasmin Karachiwala Had Covid-19!

Karachiwala, who has been training Bollywood actors like Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, and Kriti Sanon, recently shared some tips that helped her recover from Covid-19. When the trainer revealed her Covid remedies her fans were actually shocked to know that she had Covid-19 as she had been actively sharing different types of Workout almost every day on her social media during this pandemic and she never looked ill.

This shows her Covid Remedies are worth knowing.

Here are the six things that the Pilates instructor strictly followed when she was suffering from Covid and these tips really helped her.

  1. Steam (2-3 Times a day)
  2. Vitamin C (At least 1000 mg a day)
  3. Zinc (1 Supplement a day)
  4. Check Oxygen Saturation (2 Times a day using a Pulse Oximeter)
  5. Proning (If your oxygen levels are low)
  6. Consult a doctor from home.

She on her Instagram post said, “Don’t self-medicate, and suggest people in home isolation to consult a doctor for the medicines that they need.” “She further advised to not take the same medicines that were given to your family members or friends who have recovered from COVID, without consulting a doctor as their treatment might not be for you.”

Guidelines for Home Isolation

According to the Union Health Ministry’s guidelines for home isolation, Coronavirus patients with upper respiratory tract symptoms like sore throat and persistent cough, and oxygen saturation of more than 94 per cent can choose home isolation.

The guidelines further said, symptomatic management for fever, running nose and cough, and warm-water gargles or steam inhalation twice a day are some of the treatment protocols for patients in home isolation.

Medical attention must be looked for if the patient develops difficulty in breathing or there is a dip in oxygen saturation (SpO2 less than 94 per cent on room air) or if the pain or pressure persists in the chest for long. There are also other things that you should keep in mind like mental confusion or inability to arouse from deep sleep, the guideline recommended.

 

 

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