E-bike as an aid to recovery from COVID-19
Complications after COVID-19
COVID-19 is a disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that has significantly affected the lives of many people around the world. Some sufferers continue to struggle with the effects of the disease long after they have recovered. Among other things, convalescent patients complain of shortness of breath during physical exertion and various types of pain. Breathing exercises and light exercise sessions are usually recommended for people struggling with such consequences. However, recovery from COVID-19 varies from person to person and the initiation of physical activity should be gradual, with the intensity tailored to the individual patient.
People with a history of COVID-19 can tire quickly, even with minimal exertion. It is not uncommon for this to be related to cardiovascular problems that occur in a large number of survivors, also known as postcovid cardiac syndrome. Symptoms include shortness of breath on exertion, palpitations, dizziness, and chest pain. If you have these symptoms, you cannot use a conventional bicycle. However, riding an electric bike can be advisable because the intensity of the training can be adjusted to the individual preferences and abilities of the cyclist.
Get fully fit again with an electric bike
As recommended by the World Health Organization in their booklet, Supporting self-recovery from COVID-19, exercise can help speed recovery from SARS-CoV-2. The WHO recommends exercises with gradually increasing intensity. Electric bikes can remedy this by giving the user the ability to adjust the level of pedal assistance to their abilities. According to the WHO, by adjusting the pace, you can train your body and mind regularly and in a controlled manner.
Body and mind are exercised in a regular and controlled manner. Depending on the model, JOBOBIKE electric bikes have 5 or 3 support levels. They are therefore ideal for people who want to determine the intensity of their training themselves.
Clean air is an essential part of better health
Many cities "drown" in the haze of exhaust fumes. If its inhabitants switched from cars to bicycles and from cars to bicycles, the quality of the air we breathe would improve significantly.
Electric bikes create new opportunities to cover greater distances with the same effort as conventional bikes. The availability of e-bikes in the market has encouraged many people who previously avoided this activity to take up cycling.
When it comes to recovery from coronavirus, the benefits of e-biking are significant, both as a means of maintaining social distancing and as part of fitness training.
We recommend reading the recommendations of the World Health Organization, available at the following link
It is important to remember that methods of getting back in shape after COVID-19 treatment should always be discussed with a doctor.