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‘You just have to be more chill' & 'calm your nerves,' 101-year-old Russian woman explains how she overcame Covid-19

‘You just have to be more chill' & 'calm your nerves,' 101-year-old Russian woman explains how she overcame Covid-19
On Saturday, an old lady in Kazan who has beaten Covid-19 was discharged from hospital after celebrating her 101st birthday. Doctors say the woman pulled through thanks to her positive attitude – and she has some advice to share.

The pensioner, named Mariam Nadershina, was admitted to a hospital in the capital of Russia’s Tatarstan Republic with moderate symptoms, including a cough, a high temperature, and mild breathing problems, her doctor, Guzel Mingazova told RT’s video agency, Ruptly. A CT scan revealed she had 25-percent lung damage.

Despite her advanced age, Nadershina recovered after just eight days, and celebrated her 101st birthday in hospital on December 25.

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Dr. Mingazova said the treatment went well because the elderly woman had maintained a “very positive attitude” and had complied with everything the doctors had asked her to do.

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And that’s exactly what the lady herself believes. She had this wisdom to share with journalists on the day of her discharge: “You have to be more chill. The most important thing is to calm your nerves. Arguing, shouting – you shouldn’t do it,” Nadershina told Ruptly.

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