Not today Covid – stay healthy this winter

We could give you 100 and 1 tips and tricks (and we have some for you below) to reduce your risk of Covid-19 and stay healthy, but this picture says it all. It is not a thing, it is everything.
Fortunately, each step is easy, cheap, and works when used all together.

Staying healthy 101

  • Get a good sleep and rest as needed
  • Drink enough
  • Eat warm, nutritious foods like soups and stews while cutting out processed foods, simple sugars, alcohol, and flammable foods.
  • Reduce stress as much as possible
  • Vitamin B complex, a combination of B vitamins that strengthen the mitochondria, our cellular powerhouses.
  • Vitamin C, which modulates the immune system and helps you fight infections.
  • Vitamin D, which activates the immune response in our body.
  • Vitamin E complex, a powerful antioxidant that stops chemical reactions in the body that can damage cells.
  • A trusted probiotic that helps regulate immune responses such as allergies, asthma, and viral infections.
  • Zinc, which helps develop and improve the cells that make up your immune system
  • Wash your hands
  • Cleaning and Disinfecting – It is highly recommended that touch sensitive surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, toilets, sinks, handles, tables, counters, etc. are cleaned and disinfected daily with household cleaners and EPA registered disinfectants.
  • Included – Avoid contact with sick people. Stay home when you feel sick. Cover your cough and sneeze. The main mode of transmission is through person-to-person breath droplets that are within six feet of each other.
  • Know the Symptoms – These are symptoms that will appear within 2-14 days of exposure to COVID-19:
  • fever
  • to cough
  • shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Indigestion

We have you! Traditional Chinese medicine is a highly specialized and adaptable form of medicine. The ability to treat each patient as an individual allows them to manage a range of symptoms and, ideally, prevent future diseases from occurring. Chinese medicine has a long history of treating epidemics – us to have has been around for over 3,000 years. We have valuable insight into how Chinese herbal medicine can be combined with traditional treatments to prevent disease and reduce the severity and duration of illness.

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