Ravella Sai Yamini*, Ravella Sai Bhargavi, Narisetti Sindhura
Background: Cov-19/SARS-cov-2 is a profoundly pathogenic infection that is causing a worldwide pandemic with a high number of passing’s and diseased individuals. To hold the distribution of infection, Indian government have authorized limitations on outside actions or even aggregate isolate on the populace. Objective: The current study investigates the impacts of isolate on change in weight and lifestyle of Indians. Methods: This cross-sectional review was directed from 3rd to 18th August 2020 among the common people in India. This was a quantitative illustrative/correlational study project. Survey posed inquiries identifying with chance components connected to weight gain. The study involved segments like: a) demographic features of respondents, b) dietary patterns c) individual state of nervousness and d) sedentary lifestyle and physical activity. All information was breaking down utilizing SPSS. Results: A sum of 150 respondents have been involved for the investigation, elders among in the range of 10 and 60 years. There was a major growth in weight of respondents during the isolate (mean difference= - 2.56, SD 4.11, t= - 3.06, p < 0.001). Around 58.7% of the sample spent between <2 h every day for physical movement. Average number of hours spent being stationary at home were 9.65. Those with detailing unhealthy intake were 4.5 times and stress were 2.45 bound to report an expansion in weight. Conclusion: Hazard factors for weight gain during self-isolate are insufficient rest, absence of dietary limitation, eating in reaction of pressure, diminished physical action, and sedentary lifestyle. Keywords: Quarantine, Lockdown, Weight gain, Pandemic, COVID-19, binge-eating, anxiety, Change in Weight, Lifestyle Changes.