Coronavirus Statistics 25 Largest Countries in the World  

Largest 25 Countries Covid-19 by Population %

Percentage of population that has covid-19. This metric is useful in seeing how well a country is containing a virus. This metric controls for population.

 

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Total Number of Reported Coronoavirus Cases Globally in the largest 25 countries

The total number of Covid-19 cases. This chart shows overall numbers and does not control for population.

 
 

Deaths From Covid-19 

Largest 25 Countries

This chart shows the total number of Covid-19 deaths in each country (updated weekly). This is an overall number and does not control for population. 

Deaths From Covid-19 by Age 

Largest 25 Countries

This chart shows the percentage of Covid-19 deaths in the U.S by age. 

 

Deaths per 100, 000 from Covid-19

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Deaths per 100,000 shows the death in each country based on the population. This allows a comparison between countries with different population sizes. 

Global Deaths From Pandemics

Covid-19 compared to other pandemics and the flu/influenza globally. 

U.S. Deaths From Pandemics

Covid-19 compare to other pandemics and the flu/influenza in the U.S. Here is a link to an article that discusses other pandemics including, smallpox, black death, cholera, yellow fever, Spanish flu, HIV/AIDS and Swine Flu.

 

 U.S.A Population Percentage

 U.S.A Coronavirus Percentage

 U.S.A Coronavirus Death Percentage

 

 Deaths from Flu Weekly

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cryotherapy?


Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates the body’s natural healing abilities through exposure to extreme cold.

Whole Body Cryotherapy was developed in Japan, in 1978, by Dr. Yamouchi as a treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis. In 1984, the German Rheumatologist, Professor Reinhard Fricke, brought Whole Body Cryotherapy to Europe, where it became increasingly popular.

Over the past three decades, it gained even more popularity as its performance-enhancing
and general health - and wellness benefits have become more well-known.

“Cold applications have become “the most important form of passive physical therapy in
sports medicine.”

– From the book “Power of the Cold” by Dr. Winfried Papenfub.




How does Whole Body CRYO (WBC) work?


By exposing the skin to extremely low temperatures, a unique beneficial reaction in the brain and body is obtained - which is the result of cold thermogenesis. Even smaller-to-moderate chills can increase the body's metabolism by up to 300%, burn significant calories and ensure the production of "brown fat" (BAT). Brown fat burns white fat, which is normally found in the human core. This activates a mechanism where the body quickly can lose several kilograms. The treatment ensures that the body's blood is drawn away from the cold affected areas, but it is quickly projected back and ensures a deep anti-inflammatory process that affects the entire body and flushes toxins out from the system. High levels of oxygen in the blood enhances the effect, and with improved circulation, more nutrients and oxygen are available for the tissues, which improves energy, muscle recovery and promotes collagen. In addition to burning 500-800 calories over the next 24-48 hours, one can expect a cessation of pain, better sleep and improved mood.




How does it help me lose weight?


As a perfect complement to diet and exercise, and when used regularly as a therapeuticmechanism, cryotherapy works as a biohack to your body’s systems, accelerating your weight loss goals. By consistently tricking your brain into thinking you live in an extreme cold environment, your body adapts by building up Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT or Brown Fat) and burning at a higher metabolic rate.

Shivering burns serious calories, and individuals with faster metabolism consistently burn glucose and shed fat faster than those with a slower burn rate.




What are the advantages?


  • Accelerated weight loss
  • Increased metabolism
  • Improved oxygen utilitzation
  • Detoxification
  • Anti-inflammation
  • Pain reduction
  • Prevention of development of pain memory (chronic pain)
  • Reduction of oxidative stress
  • Accelerated muscle - and tissue repair
  • Modulated activity levels in the brain - contributing towards a balanced mental state
  • Improved sleep patterns, stress management, and can help with states of depression
  • Strengthens immune system





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