2023 has begun, it’s going Fourth consecutive year with presence of Covid-19 in the world, which has caused some health problems. Because of this, researchers from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington reveal some health problems for this 2023.
is one of them covid long, that affects a person’s ability to participate in school, work, or relationships for months at a time. “People with Covid-19 need diagnosis and rehabilitation support for a long time, which is why effective treatment and preventive measures are needed.
In addition, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and Putin’s war on mental health have taken a toll, which is why his approach is becoming a priority. Nations need to understand how these unpredictable events affect the prevalence and burden of mental disorders in order to optimize their health response after 2022.
health issues for 2023
- impact on climate change
One of the major factors of air pollution is global risk and is currently responsible for about 8% of all global mortality, says Michael Brauer, a researcher at the IHME.
climate change is already there affect health Millions of people around the world are directly affected by extreme heat, floods, droughts, storms, etc.
- heart disease
Cardiovascular diseases such as ischemic heart disease and stroke are major cause of death worldwide and accounts for 28% of all deaths in 2021. These contribute significantly to health loss and the economic burden on health care systems.
- respiratory tract infection
According to experts, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza are health issues to be kept in mind in 2023. Following COVID-19 containment measures, very few cases of Influenza and RSV have been observed. However, cases have risen again after the easing of measures.
burden of diabetes The researchers explain that it is large, growing, heterogeneous and expanding in the Americas, especially in countries in central Latin America and the Caribbean.