Your immune system constantly works to protect your body from a variety of infections caused by viruses and bacteria.
Coronavirus attacks and weakens your immunity apart from affecting your lungs. That is one of the reasons having an underlying health condition worsens the severity of Covid.
There are many markers in your blood that can give you an assessment of your health. These markers in your blood are different types of cells and their ratio to one another. Apart from that, there are chemical markers that show the status of your physiological health. If you have recovered from Covid, you can use these marker tests to find out how your body and organs including heart have been affected by the Coronavirus infection, and also if your immunity has been affected.
The above markers from your blood tests can inform you about how well your recovery from the Covid disease has been, whether it has harmed your immune system, and also the current functioning of your body and organs. Covid and your heart health are directly connected. Coronavirus damages the vascular system on a cellular level. That’s why it is crucial to get your heart health analyzed after your recovery from Covid infection.
The above-mentioned tests and others for assessing the health of your other organs including heart can be ordered at home. Once you book this comprehensive laboratory health checkup package, an expert comes to your home at a date selected by you to collect your blood sample. The person follows all Covid safety guidelines and uses proper sanitization methods. Once your blood sample is analyzed, the reports are sent to you on email.
The basic thing for being healthy is to eat a balanced diet and exercise regularly. The comprehensive laboratory health checkup package comes with free doctor's consultation before and after the tests. Once you receive your test report, the doctor will explain the report, and guide you on the lifestyle modifications you need to make.
Book your post-COVID health checkup package to understand the body organ status after recovery from the COVID.
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