Just about every single person on Earth’s life has been shifted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Depending on what you do and where you live, your life could have been mildly or dramatically affected – but regardless, things have changed for you and your family, and aren’t looking likely to return to normal any time soon. In an ideal world, coronavirus would leave our world as quickly as it arrived, but unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that. It looks like this virus is here to stay for the time being, and with winter on the way, it is more important than ever to protect yourself and your loved ones against infection.
Your health and wellness is likely very important to you. If it isn’t, it should be. You never really realize just how fragile you are until you get sick or injured – and by then, it’s usually too late to prevent the consequences. If you want to protect yourself and stay well, the name of the game is taking preventative measures. Preventative measures can seem drastic or unnecessary, but can potentially save your life when push comes to shove. Let’s take a look at three tips to optimize your COVID-19 safety.
In a world where fact increasingly gets mixed up with opinion, it’s hard to figure out who to listen to. The best way to engage with advice when it comes to coronavirus is to listen to qualified doctors. Politicians are, unfortunately, all too quick to use crises as a vehicle to spin their political agenda, and this can lead to people taking unwise actions. If you want to know how to truly be safe, listen to doctors.
How can you listen to doctors? It’s all about seeking out respectable medical journals, or direct advice from your doctor. Even if just over the phone, you can ask your doctor their opinion on how to best protect yourself from COVID-19. The level of risk currently varies depending on your location and your age, health history and disability status. Talking to your doctor is a great option.
If you are heading out of the house, for example to the supermarket, the drugstore, to a coffee shop or to work, you should prepare more rigorously than you usually would. Make sure you are practising tip-top hygiene to ensure you are at a lower risk of contracting coronavirus. How? Here is how to prepare to leave the house during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Remember, prevention is better than reaction. If you want your body to be at its best ability to fight infection, your immune system should be functioning highly. Your body has a natural immune system which will always work to fight viruses and infections, unless you have an immune-compromizing condition. However, there are ways to help your body fight infections and function well.
Taking vitamins such as echinacea is one way to boost your immunity. Echinacea is a herbal remedy which has been proven to fight colds and help your immune system attack viruses and bacteria. Taking echinacea is recommended if you already have a cold, but it can be taken daily during the winter months for an extra boost.
Foods such as ginger, bell peppers, broccoli and garlic are also said to be immunity-boosters due to their natural properties. Eating a colorful, healthy, vegetable-heavy diet is excellent for your health in all aspects.
Your health and safety have never been more vital than now. Your ability to fight the coronavirus or any other illnesses that come your way, could save your life. Ensure you invest in yourself this winter, and treat your health as a priority if you can.
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