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Friday, 15 January 2021

Depression and stress reduce the effect of the vaccine

Vaccines and Depression:Depression and stress reduce the effect of the vaccine; Learn how to speed up the vaccine's immune response




Vaccination has begun or is about to begin somewhere to defeat the corona virus epidemic around the world. Researchers at Ohio State University in the United States have provided very important information regarding the effectiveness of the vaccine. He claims that depression and stress reduce the effects of many vaccines, including the coronavirus, and that we need to know what to do before we get vaccinated.


The research, by researchers at Ohio State University, is to be published in the Journal of Perspective on Psychological Science. The report says that the primary effect of the vaccine may increase if you bring something positive 24 hours before the vaccine is given. There is no need to do anything special for that. Getting good exercise and getting a good night's sleep the day before the vaccination is enough.

The effect of the vaccine has not been uniform in the United States

According to a research report, Pfizer and Modern vaccines are being administered in the United States. This is effective in boosting the body's immune response against the corona virus and is up to 95% effective in preventing corona.

Even after that, the effect of the vaccine on everyone's body is not the same. Trying to figure out the reason, I realized that everyone's genetics, physical, mental, health and the surrounding environment have a great impact on the immune system.

The main author of this research paper, Analysis Medicine, says that the Corona virus epidemic has caused both physical and mental damage. This has led to anxiety, depression and some other problems.
Medicine also states that emotional stress affects the immune system, which impairs the ability to fight infections.

How Emotional Stress Reduces Immune Response

First it is important to know how the vaccine boosts the body's immune response. When vaccinated, it challenges the body's immune system. A normal immune response is seen in the cells within a few hours.

The body realizes that a virus has invaded, that is, a biological attack. The immediate frontline response of the immune system is to make antibodies in the body and target as well as kill the dangerous looking virus.
The time and number of times it takes for continuous production of an antibody to determine how effective a vaccine is and how long it will last. Most vaccines are up to 90% effective, even after which psychological and behavioral factors can hinder the development of immunity.

What to do if immunity builds up faster and lasts longer

Janice Kickolt-Glazer, director of research at Ohio State University's Institute for Behavioral Medicine, says the focus of our research has been entirely on antibody responses. We wanted to see what behavioral and psychological facts could more or less affect the vaccine.



He also says that some factors can be changed. We can also increase the effectiveness of vaccines by taking simple measures. 

Studies have shown that proper exercise and a good night's sleep 24 hours before the vaccine is administered, boosts the immune response to a great extent and helps to keep it effective for a long time.

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