Oxidative stress and anti-obesity approach in behavior of COVID-19: A Review

Yadav, Kapil Deo; Yadav, V K; Jha, R K; Yadav, C K; Singh, S K; Dhaliwal, I

Abstract

Chronic low grade inflammation and oxidative stress is major pathological process that takes part in obesity and it restrict ventilation, impairs immune responses. Oxidative stress may be liable for the alveolar harm, thrombosis and RBC dysregulation and leptin  might be the connection high pervasiveness as a comorbidity of the SARS-CoV-2 contamination. In current situation, obesity with hyper leptin, is a perceived hazard factor for clinical results of SARS-CoV-2. Conventional spices from assorted topographical areas and different territories are considered as likely wellsprings of new medications for treatment of viral contaminations. Spices like Curcuma longa Shilajeet Commiphora mukul and Plumbago zeylanica independently and alongside its mix is useful in decrease of  oxidative stress as well as leptin concentration. Thus we can assume might be useful in avoidance of corpulence and seriousness of SARS-CoV-2 contamination


Keyword(s)

Leptin; Obesity; Oxidative stress; SARS-CoV-2

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