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Protecting Seniors From CoronaVirus


Protecting Seniors from CoronaVirus

With the recent Pandemic of the CoronaVirus, the senior population have become the highest risk category for getting the Covid-19 Virus and for getting serious illness from the disease. There are number of theories for why Seniors are at a higher risk for getting the novel Coronavirus. As we age, our cells degrade and older age people and the elderly become higher risk for viruses, not just the covid virus. Seniors lose melatonin in older age and key defense systems against viruses.

hey say that larger and older fish in the ocean have more mercury and heavy metals in their system then the smaller fish. Therefore, eating smaller fish such as sardines and anchovies can limit your exposure to Mercury. Having higher heavy metals and toxicity in the body just due to age can expose you more to a virus, but if you combine that with modern day exposure to 5G, WIFI, and EMF or Electro Magnetic Fields, it can degrade the cells of humans, especial the elderly even more making it easier for a virus to replicate into a cytokine storm with inflammation driving the virus into worse progressions of the CoronaVirus.

Have a medical alert system has become very important for Seniors, however, with the Pandemic it’s becoming even more important that older age seniors or anyone over the age of 60 should have an emergency alert button to alert police and medical authorities in case of any emergency. While a medical alert won’t protect our elderly from getting the coronavirus, it will help give them peace of mind that medical professionals are just a button away if they get any severe symptoms requiring medical help such as a respirator, supplemental oxygen, or a ventilator.

Seniors must follow the guidelines of social distancing, including being diligent about cleaning surfaces, washing hands, and not touching their face. Here are some measures seniors can do to avoid the virus and give them peace of mind in case they were to get the virus.

  • Build a strong Immune System by taking recommended vitamins such as Vitamin D, Liposomal Vitamin C or Ascorbic Acid, Zinc.
  • Eat a healthy diet including herbs such as Oregano, Sage, Bay Leaves, Thyme, and Rosemary. Make sure to get enough leafy greens and vegetables and tons of Olive Oil, which removing Sugar and processed foods from your diet as much as possible.
  • Get sufficient Sleep each night
  • Get recommended exercise
  • Have items in the house to help fight the virus such as a Propolis or Collodial Silver throat spray, a Nebulizer to mist glutathione or silver to help fight cough symptoms,
  • Drink Chamomile Tea to calm the body from stress
  • Keep your nasal passages clean with Xclear nasal spray or use a nedi-pot to help clear your nasal passages.
  • Take Epsum Salt Baths to get Magnesium and also calm the Nervous System. Try putting some baking soda or bentonite clay in the bath to help your body detox.
  • Build a stronger gut and immune system with the use of Probiotics such as a Lacto-Bifido blend
  • Keep your mind active by learning a new language, dancing to music in the house, playing board games, and smiling.
  • Try to limit Wifi exposure including EMF exposure in the house.  Turn off electronics at night and remove electronics from the bedrooms.
  • Wear the N95 mask and gloves when leaving the house.
  • Watch each step and be careful of falls which is important to keep seniors safe at home.

Get a Medical Alert System for yourself or a loved one to ensure you have peace of mind in the event of a medical emergency.

Hope you enjoyed these tips for seniors and the coronavirus.

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