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How to protect yourself from the outbreak of COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 (formerly known as “Coronavirus”), in people with severe respiratory illness

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4 Mar 2020

How to protect yourself from thoutbreak of COVID-19


The outbreak of COVID-19 (formerly known as “Coronavirus”), in people with severe respiratory illness often have pneumonia and can be fatal. It is well-known that the disease can spread between humans through the air from a cough or sneeze and close physical contact without good barrier protection.

To protect yourself from infection, here are some important tips

1. Wear a mask, wash your hands frequently with soap for at least 30 seconds. If you are unable to wash your hands, use an alcohol-based gel or spray

2. Get enough quality sleep at least 8-9 hours and go to bed before 10 PM to boost your immune system.

3. Eat freshly cooked meals and use a common serving spoon when sharing food.

4. Eat foods that are rich in antioxidants. Make sure you have a variety of colored fruits and vegetables or supplement with cordyceps, reishi Extract and vitamins to boost immunity.

5. Avoid traveling to COVID-19 high-risk countries and avoid being in the crowded places or public gatherings.

6. Exercise regularly.

7. Manage stress levels. The stress hormone corticosteroid can decrease the ability of NK Cell Activity to fight off the pathogens.
8. Seek a specialist in order to measure the number and activation levels of the NK Cell and quantify the competency of your immune system.

If you have these signs and symptoms: fever, cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, you should see doctor for the examination and further treatment.


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