As the COVID-19 spreads, many are concerned about the health of themselves, family, and friends.  I’ve put together this resource page to help you navigate this trying time with some sanity and common sense.  As with most viral infections, there is no medical treatment.  Your best protection lies in keeping your health optimized.  The videos and resource links below should help you shed light on what you can do toward that endeavor.

What Are The Symptoms to Watch Out For?

Unlike the flu, Covid-19 does not typically manifest with a lot of nose running.  The main symptoms being reported by people include coughing, difficulty breathing, fever, chills with intermittent sweating, headaches, body pain, and extreme fatigue.  Many are reporting digestive symptoms as well.  Though less common, these might include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.  A research study out of China claims that the GI complaints may be the first symptoms to develop for some.  The same study also pointed to the fact that the virus could be transmitted through feces. (Wash your hands!)

COVID-19 Symptoms VS. Allergy Symptoms – How to tell the difference

Preppers Guide: Remain Calm, Don’t Panic, Be Smart, Stay Informed

Whether you consider what’s going on hysteria and panic or not, the reality is this:  The entire country of Italy is in total lockdown, the NBA has cancelled their season, MLB has postponed their season, the largest rodeo in the world (Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo) cancelled, SXSW in Austin cancelled, and many cities in the US are shutting down schools, gyms, resturants and limiting gatherings to under 10 people, grocery stores are limiting sales of products…the list goes on and on.  People are scared…and when people get scared, they can panic, and when they panic, they can make bad decisions.   How do you protect yourself and your family from all of this?  Watch the video below.

If You Have to Get Out & About

One of the most disgusting things I have heard someone say about Covid-19 is “I don’t have to worry, it only kills old people”.  Well here’s the thing ***hole, I have “old people” in my life that I love and care about, and I want to make sure that they get through this safe and sound.  If you have to get out in public, near larger crowds, grocery stores, work, etc, follow common sense guidelines to protect yourself and others from potential spread.  Washing hands, avoid closed spaces with people and large crowds, stay home if you feel sick…and maintain your own health by making smart decisions about what you eat, your supplements, sunshine, sleep, exercise, etc.

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Who is most at risk for COVID-19?

  • 60 years of age and up
  • Immune compromised
  • Co-morbidity (hypertension, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, etc.)

Stay safe, stay calm, stay healthy!