The CoronaVirus is well understood now and is known to be highly contagious, especially if you have a compromised immune system. The coronavirus was first identified in the early 1960s.
It only makes sense that it would be essential to know your IMMUNE SYSTEM and how it responds to your environment.
How do you know? You can for short money… read on.
In a pandemic or epidemic, don’t guess, test. There are two tests for this virus that many are familiar with. One test if you have the virus and, the other test if you have antigens for the virus.
In the meantime, you can take a simple science-based assessment and find out the weakest and strongest links in your health, today. To make sense of complicated, challenging situations you need to have a better way and simple solutions. You need to go back to basics.
You or your healthcare provider should, in my opinion, never guess when it comes to your health. To cut to the chase, is it correct that we could agree that there is value in knowing where to focus your time, energy, and money? If this resonates with you, then get this book, a bestseller- WHY… Are You Sick, Fat, and Tired? Your investment is under 35 bucks for this guidebook, workbook, and advocating tool. It is a timeless resource tool you can time and time again refer back, plus you can use this information to advocate for yourself to have a real conversation with your healthcare provider. Knowledge is power.
We know if we are Tired, right? And you know if you are Fat basically, you can tell by how your clothes fit and can look in a mirror. You do not always know if you are SICK or have something lurking below the surface that when you get stressed, or get sick manifest with a vengeance as we have seen with this Corona Virus. Chapter 7 is the Immune System. Waiting until you are in a crisis, is a bad idea.
They say when you have your health, you have 1000 dreams and when you do not, you only have one.
Physical Distancing in public places with those known to be at risk, and have comorbidity factors like heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and pulmonary diseases. Many of these are lifestyles induced by poor lifestyle choices. Stop it… now is a good time before it is too late.
If you knew what to do to be healthy, would you do it?
Community is and will always be important. Stay in touch with your family and friends is essential. You can FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, or use a similar platform if you are a person who is at high risk. You can also meet a friend for a walk taking appropriate precautions. Staying positive, faithful affirmations in the AM/PM, and focusing on what is works is basic. Being in gratitude can carry you a long distance and improve your immune system as well as walking your dog.
Much love to you and yours,