Health Alert: Reduce Your Potential for Infection and Improve Outcomes

Health Alert: Reduce Your Potential for Infection and Improve Outcomes

There are several ways we can reduce the potential of becoming infected with C-19 coronavirus, influenza or cold viruses.

If and when you do become infected, there are strategies to use to improve your outcomes.

In addition to maintaining indoor humidity at 40% to 60%, below are several more suggestions to consider, as follows:

Hand-washing: Proper hand-washing is an important strategy to remove harmful pathogens and stop the spread of bacteria. This simple strategy has a significant impact on infection.
Hydration: Keeping your body hydrated is another way of protecting your mucus membranes. Water is very important check here for why.
Vitamin D: vitamin D levels has proven to help reduce mortality from influenza. The authors of recent studies also found that those with levels of vitamin D above 30 ng/mL have better outcomes from C-19 coronavirus.
Diabetes and High Blood Pressure: These 2 health conditions significantly impact the outcome of an infection with C-19 coronavirus, contact your doctor is you believe you may suffer these to health hazards.
Quercetin and Zinc: Zinc has a known effect on reducing the length of viral infections and quercetin helps to increase the amount of zinc that gets into the cell.
Vitamin C: C vitamin has a history of reducing the damaging effects of respiratory viruses and is an important part of treating sepsis.
Elderberry: Elderberry protects against viral infections by keeping viruses from entering your cells and replicating. Supplementation with elderberry can shorten the duration of a cold.
Sleep: Sleep plays an integral role in your immune system and has a curious bidirectional link to your gut microbiome. If you need help getting quality sleep each night, here some tips.
Gut Microbiome: Optimizing your gut microbiome is a long-term strategy to improve overall health. The trillions of bacteria living in your gut contribute to increasing or reducing inflammation, depending on whether they are beneficial or harmful bacteria. A vital 1st step is to reduce the amount of sugar you eat, whether it is refined white sugar or metabolized from carbohydrates in your food or beverages. There are simple strategies you can start implementing now to help protect your health, check them out.

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