[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]There seems to be one word that\’s practically on everybody\’s lips right now. The coronavirus or Covid-19 has instilled new meaning into the word \”going viral\” and the World Health Organization has officially identified this latest kid\’s global outbreak as a pandemic on the block.
Remove the middle three letters from this word and surprisingly, you\’re left with \”panic,\” which is probably the outbreak\’s most urgent and obvious side effect so far. Uncertainty is the oxygen which is driving this. This is why we want to ensure that we offer reliable up-to-date advice and feedback to our members.
[mkd_blockquote text=\”The most effective recommendation is to wash your hands regularly for 30 seconds with soap and hot water or 60 per cent alcohol hand sanitizer if that is not available.\”]
[vc_column_text]To always thoroughly wash the hands before feeding. But we did that before anyway right? To stop rubbing your nose, mouth and eyes and treat your cell phone as a third hand, constantly wiping it over with alcohol wipes.[/vc_column_text]
[vc_empty_space height=\”16px\”][vc_column_text]The bodies, as with any virus, have an army of immune cells ready to be mobilized to wage war on these bugs. The immune response is an impressive but also complicated mechanism, which can be inhibited (weakened) by some of the everyday activities. This is important to remember that there is no miracle drug or cure to \’improve\’ the immune system and you just don\’t want this to be \’boosted\’ because of the way our immune system is programmed to function. But there are a few easy steps that you can take to better improve your immune response-giving the immune system the best chance to rapidly and efficiently fight coronavirus.[/vc_column_text]
[mkd_blockquote text=\”Studies indicate that people who do not get enough sleep or adequate sleep are more likely to get ill after being exposed to a virus.\”]
[vc_empty_space height=\”0px\”][vc_column_text]Evidence indicates adults who are physically active are almost half as likely to succumb to mild infections as compared to adults who are sedentary.[/vc_column_text]
[vc_empty_space height=\”16px\”][vc_column_text]Eating a rainbow of different colored fruit and veg will give your body a variety of phytonutrients and micronutrients to strengthen your defenses.[/vc_column_text]