Why Being Healthy is Now More Important Than Ever
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What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
The new coronavirus is an ongoing pandemic of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that occurs in those infected with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
Originally endemic to non-human mammals and birds, scientists identified the outbreak in humans for the first time in December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. The virus spreads between humans in a manner similar to influenza (“the flu”) through respiratory droplets from coughing and sneezing. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), worldwide cases of COVID-19 have exceeded 200,000 at the time of this writing.
Signs and symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, sneezing, shortness of breath, and fever. People diagnosed with coronavirus have described feeling as if they have a terrible cold or flu. The illness can spread when respiratory droplets of an infected person land in the nose, mouth, or eyes of another person. Transmission can also occur when individuals touch infected surfaces and then pass the droplets along to their own nose, eyes, faces, or mouths.
COVID-19 can be severe, particularly among those with other health issues. There is currently no vaccine or specified antiviral treatment for the disease. Since the illness is contagious and developing research suggests that transmission may be possible before symptoms appear, most governments identify the range for exposure to onset as between two and 14 days.
Along with unprecedented international travel restrictions, the spread of disease has caused public gathering bans and other rules in local jurisdictions. Prevention advisories include frequent hand washing, frequently washing and disinfecting surfaces, coughing into your elbow, and staying at home when possible.
Can Kyani Supplements Help?
There is currently no “cure,” vaccine, antiviral treatment, or pill that can help with COVID-19. Neither Kyani nor any other supplement should claim to help with the disease.
However, the current recommendation for stopping yourself and others from getting infected is to stay as healthy as possible.
This can include washing your hands often with soap and water (along with using a hand sanitiser of at least 60% alcohol when available). It can also include maintaining social-distance from others (particularly those who are unwell) until directed otherwise.
Many jurisdictions have mandated self-isolation periods and public health advisories. During this period, the Australian health sector advises strengthening your immune system to help protect yourself from many types of viruses.
Recommendations include getting enough sleep, practicing good hygiene, cleansing and disinfecting surfaces (including your smartphone), and eating as nutritiously as possible. It also does not hurt to add a morning, evening, or antioxidant supplement to your overall routine.
What Factors Can Help Me Cope With the Situation?
It is understandable to feel upset or alarmed with the rise of COVID-19. However, there are ways to stay prepared and focused as you seek to protect yourself and loved ones from the disease. If you feel overwhelmed with all of the information, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends starting with the Big Five:
- HANDS – Wash them often with soap and water.
- ELBOW – Cough into your elbow.
- FACE – Do not touch it.
- FEET – Stay more than 3 FT (approximately 1 meter or yard) away from others.
- FEEL SICK? – Stay home.
Along with remembering the Big Five, Australians may have begun to prep in response to sweeping measures from prime minister Scott Morrison. When preparing your home, the key is to remain calm and rational.
Experts recommend using gloves to purchase dry food, a water purifier and boiler, a first-aid kit, and soap. Face masks are not required for the general public, but the health sector recommends them IF you are caring for someone sick. The top priorities, however, are to wash hands and surfaces as well as keeping your immune system healthy.
Australians who feel stressed or worried about the outbreak can speak with their general practitioners or seek mental health counseling, children’s counseling, or mental health support for additional help.
The Bottom Line
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused societal disruption, but there are ways to help protect yourself and others. Make a conscious effort to practice safe habits and stay updated with the latest alerts for your region.