Here are some quick tips from Dr. Oz on how to keep yourself and those around you safe through the coronavirus outbreak.
It’s not only important to keep yourselves safe and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak, but it could be vital that you have taken the same necessary steps for your business too. If you don’t put the relevant plans in place, then you may not have a work environment to return too once the pandemic is over. That’s why if you’re a business owner, you should take the time to read The Coronavirus Stimulus Package guide on what President Donald Trump can offer you if you’re a small business. Even though this is important, your health should be the first thing that you need to think about.
Lifestyle. Get at least seven hours of sleep a night . . . aim to exercise 30 minutes every other day . . . meditate . . . and improve air quality by using a humidifier and HEPA filter to reduce virus particles in the air.
Hygiene. Don’t shake hands . . . don’t touch your face . . . triple your hand-washing time to at least 20 seconds . . . use hand sanitizer that’s at least 60% alcohol . . . use disinfectant sprays instead of wipes on surfaces around the house . . . and let them sit for three minutes before drying.
Prepare. Have a two-week supply of household items like toilet paper, soap, and detergent . . . food like canned goods and freezer items . . . and both prescription and over-the-counter medicines.
Boost your immune system. Eat your fruits and vegetables . . . take Vitamin D3 . . . and get your flu shot.
If you’re sick. Take 80 milligrams of zinc daily . . . 250 milligrams of Vitamin C twice a day . . . 250 milligrams of beta-glucan daily . . . and elderberry syrup, elderberry extract, or lozenges four times a day for five days . . . you might also want to consider self-isolating.
(All of these tips are listed in a printable PDF here.)
Other key links. Here’s the official CDC coronavirus page with info, symptoms, prevention and treatment, and developing news . . . and here’s the WHO daily situation reports covering confirmed cases, fatalities, and developments worldwide.