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Contracting COVID-19 can be life-threatening for some people.
Becoming fitter and losing weight our chances of survival are greater.
After 45min of intense training, you can keep burning off calories up to 4 hours after the Tabata workout
People who are very overweight (obese) are also at greater risk of developing severe symptoms and ending up in hospital with COVID-19, even if they are young.
Nearly a third of adults in the UK are classified as obese, potentially putting a large chunk of the population at increased risk during the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, it’s vital not to further stigmatise people who are overweight or obese, who are already likely to suffer from poorer healthcare due to medical bias about their weight.
The evidence so far linking obesity and COVID-19, why gathering data to identify those at risk from coronavirus is so important, and what everyone can do to protect their health at this time.
What do we know about obesity and COVID-19 so far?
Medical professionals suspect that obese people may be at increased risk from COVID-19, but so far, there hasn’t been much research on the subject. Here is what we know so far:
•Studies from China showed that people who developed critical COVID-19 and died had a higher BMI on average than people who had more moderate cases of the virus and recovered.
•People admitted to hospital with COVID-19 in the UK, 73% were overweight or obese.
•Research People who are obese are 33% more likely to die with COVID-19.
People who were obese were around 20 % more likely to be hospitalised with COVID-19 symptoms compared with people with lower body mass index (BMI), and also more likely to need respiratory support such as ventilation. This was true across all the age groups we looked at, including younger people.
Obesity affects health and immunity
Obesity not only increases the chances of developing chronic health problems like heart disease and diabetes, but it also increases the risk of infections.
Research has shown that people who are obese often have impaired immune responses, meaning it is easier for germs like viruses and bacteria to invade the body and set up an infection.
Being obese also makes severe complications from infections more likely, including acute respiratory distress syndrome or ARDS (one of the most serious symptoms of COVID-19), thanks in part to higher oxygen demands from a larger body.