Your doctor says you should not be on guard against COVID-19 yet
Your doctor says you should not be on guard against COVID-19 yet

Your doctor says you should not be on guard against COVID-19 yet

Although cases are down in the US, a doctor says it is not if we will see another flare-up, but when.

AUSTIN, Texas – The United Kingdom dropped its last remaining COVID-19 mitigation measure last week, and now cases and hospitalizations are rising again. China is also experiencing its worst outbreak in two years.

Although cases have dropped drastically here in the United States, a doctor says it is not if we will see another resurgence, however when.

Dr. James Taylor is the founder of COVID Treatment Clinics and COVID test solutions and had his own battle with COVID-19 that almost took his life and left him with long-distance symptoms.

Now he is helping others navigate these confusing and often frightening times with accurate and up-to-date information on the pandemic.

Taylor said it is only a matter of time before the next variant emerges and the number rises again. He said it was important for people not to give up their guard and start taking action now to protect themselves. He gave several tips to help people stay safe:

Nasal hygiene

The virus lives in the nose and mouth. If we can keep this region of our bodies clean and resistant to the virus, we can reduce the amount of virus and tilt the weight back to our advantage so that our immune system will be able to deal with a viral infection adequately and not be overwhelmed.

We can achieve this by washing our sinuses with a neti pot. Instead of washing our hands after we have been exposed to the virus, we should wash our nose and mouth. How to disperse COVID, not by physical contact. We can also take advantage of nasal sprays that contain iota carrageenan and xylitol that bind virus particles and thus block them from infecting the individual.

Dietary supplements

Even for people who eat a healthy diet, it can be challenging to get all the correct vitamins and minerals needed to maintain a healthy body and immune system. That is why grants are so important.

You should always talk to your doctor first, but recommended supplements to help keep your immune system at its best to help protect against COVID-19 and other viruses include Vitamin K2 – 1,000, mcg daily; Vitamin C – 500 mg three times a day; Vitamin D – 5,000 units daily (low levels are associated with higher COVID-19 mortality); Zinc – 5mg every eight hours; Magnesium – 400mg a day for adults, and a vitamin B supplement once a day.

Take control of other medical problems

It is always important, but especially in the new world we live in, that if you have been diagnosed with a medical condition, you get it under control. Not only can COVID-19 aggravate other medical conditions, suffering from certain medical conditions can make it harder to recover from COVID.

Monitor and control diabetes closely, take your heart-lung medication as directed, keep your blood pressure within normal limits and keep in touch with your doctor, even if problems you consider minor.

Anti-inflammatory diet

A nutritious diet centered around whole foods that include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds and plant-based protein sources, supplemented with herbs and spices, is extremely healthy.

These whole foods are high in fiber, phytonutrients and good fats, and meet more than one’s protein needs, which significantly improves immunity and reduces inflammation. If your body is in an anti-inflammatory state, it will help you recover much faster from a COVID-19 diagnosis.

Get control of your mental health

Mental health has a direct connection to physical health, so address any issues that are bothering you. Keep stress to a minimum and lower anxiety. Seek help for depression. Stop negative talk, grumbling, gossip and criticism. Take hold of anger and practice forgiveness. Solve any family problems. Make sure you feel connected and have a vision for your life. Finally, a curious and playful mindset is one of the most powerful ways to stimulate the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines and relaxation hormones, so have fun with everything you do.

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