Coronavirus

As the news reports track the spread of this new virus, many people are afraid. In a time like this, it is important to remember that you are not helpless against this and  you have the most valuable protection on earth already inside of you. Your immune system is amazing. It has been dealing with new diseases since the dawn of time. What we need to do is make sure that you are optimizing it. Even one news report admitted that probably lots of people had this virus, but it played out like a simple cold, and they got over it.

There are lots of things we can do to protect ourselves from any virus. If you are going to be in a crowded enclosed place (like an airplane) it might be a good idea to wear a mask, but sanitizing your arm rest, seat belt, and tray table is also important. Keep your hands clean by washing them frequently and/or using hand sanitizer.

Follow the advice on the other blog on how to prevent colds and flus. If you do get sick, remember that we can help fight illness with high dose IV vitamin C or IV ozone, and taking those extra immune boosters and liquid silver and silver and xylitol nasal sprays frequently along with herbal antimicrobial agents can go a long way. Get plenty of sleep, take your vitamins – and have faith that your body is armed and ready for the challenge if it is faced with this new virus.

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Dr. Lynne Mielke Dr. Mielke takes a whole-person approach and uses specialized testing to determine the underlying cause of each person’s health condition.

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