Tips On How To Deal With The Corona Virus

Six tips on how to deal with the Corona Virus.

Don’t lose control. The world is not coming to an end. Covid19 is not Ebola or the Black Plague. Everyone is not going to get sick and those who do, for the most part, will have mild symptoms like a bad cold or flu. Those most at risk are the elderly and those with major health concerns like heart disease, lung disease, kidney disease, Diabetes, etc.

Do what you can do to avoid infection.

  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your face, particularly eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Disinfect things you touch frequently like computer keyboards, telephones, remote controls, doorknobs, refrigerator doors, steering wheels, etc.
  • Avoid crowds.
  • Stay away from people who appear to be ill (those with coughs, sneezing or fever).
  • Avoid doctor’s offices and hospitals unless absolutely necessary.
  • If in a high-risk group, consider social distancing yourself. Avoid getting within six feet of others.

Boost your immune system

  • Get 7-8 hours of recuperative sleep
  • Eat a healthy diet. Supplement where needed especially vitamin C and E.
  • Take part in  moderate exercise

Take steps to reduce stress

  • Avoid consuming too much news about the virus outbreak. Worry suppresses your immune system.
  • Follow Mark’ advice and every hour take a break. Mindfully yawn three times and mindfully stretch.
  • If fear arises, yawn or breath mindfully. If you are into tapping (EFT) do that.
  • Meditate at least ten minutes daily.

Focus on what you do want rather than on what you don’t want

  • Write a positive vision for your life and why you must have it.
  • Review your goals daily and take action.
  • Throughout the day, glance at your vision board.
  • Ask yourself a series of empowering questions such as what I am most happy about in my life? What am I most grateful for? What am I must proud of? What excites me the most?

Reach out to others if only by phone and social media

  • Connect with others even if you are not in the same room. When talking with friends and family stay focused on the good and not on talk of the virus unless it is to allay fears. Passing fear on to others Is almost as bad as spreading the virus itself.

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