25 Mar 4 Tips To Boost Your Immunity So You Can Reduce The Chances Of Getting The Coronavirus Infection
Don’t Panic! Our very own Dr. Elena Klimenko did a Facebook Live video at the Well, answering questions about the Novel Coronavirus and how to reduce the chances of getting the infection.
You can watch the full video here:
The Coronavirus is a family of viruses that most Americans have been exposed to in the past.
However, this Novel Coronavirus, Covid-19, is more virulent than what we are used to and spreads pretty quickly. Symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, body aches, runny nose and in worse cases, an upper respiratory infection.
Generally, only cases that go deeper into the respiratory tract will be seen by professionals.
To keep yourself from getting to that point, you must boost your immunity, keep your immune barriers strong and take the following necessary steps for general prevention.
By taking the necessary steps listed below, the likelihood of getting the virus (or any virus for that matter!) is low:
- Wash Your Hands. For at least 20 seconds at a time, several times a day, especially after touching anything that might have been exposed (doorknobs, shopping carts, subway poles, etc). Make sure to get under your fingernails as well.
- Wash out your nasal orifices. You can also use a normal saline nasal spray to flush mucus membranes 2-3 times/day to reduce exposure to the virus.
- Get good sleep! To keep your immune system strong, you must prioritize 7-8 hours of uninterrupted deep sleep.
- Take these supplements to support your immune system.
If you are running low, you can order them from our office at 212-696-4325.
a. Vitamin D – Your Vitamin D levels should be between 50-80.
b. Vitamin A
c. Herbs like Echinacea, Andrographis and Elderberry
d. Homeopathic Silver and Homeopathic Oscillococcinum
If you are feeling sick, we recommend you stay at home to help stop the spread of any virus.
If you must leave your house for any reason, using a surgical mask can prevent you from spreading germs and keep your community safe.