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Becoming Familiar with Coronavirus and Preventing Transmission

Going into a new decade brings a sense of hope for everyone. It’s 2020, the cure to cancer might be found as technology advances and scientific discoveries are being made every day. People are taking more steps to reduce their carbon footprint and awareness is being spread about climate change. What the world didn’t expect was a virus that’s killed over 1000 people and forced a city on lock-down. The name of this culprit is Coronavirus. With cases popping up in the US and Canada as well, people are beginning to feel anxious and paranoid. Especially because symptoms start off as what looks like a typical cold. It’s important to be made aware about how severe Coronavirus can get. Likewise, it’s also crucial to remain level-headed and take very easy precautions.

What is Coronavirus?

                Coronavirus is a family of viruses. This group of viruses can cause mild cold-like symptoms or more relentless diseases like severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The origin of this virus has yet to be found, though some people believe it’s been transmitted from bats. Research is continuously being done. Signs of infection can include fever, cough, and breathing difficulties. The dangerous part is that these symptoms sound like the common cold. Left untreated, serious cases can lead to pneumonia, kidney failure and possibly death. It’s highly recommended that individuals who’ve travelled in the last month check in with a doctor. This step helps eliminate any suspicions of being a carrier.

 

Coronavirus

The origin of the outbreak happened in Wuhan, China. It’s believed to have come from a seafood market where wildlife was also traded illegally. Since then, Wuhan has been in lock-down as a way to prevent the spreading of the virus. No modes of transportation are being allowed in or out. However, cases are still emerging outside of China. As of January 31st, 2020, WHO (World Health Organization) declared Coronavirus as a global emergency. The main concern is the spreading of this disease to other countries.

Coronavirus Transmission

                It’s still unclear how contagious Coronavirus is. What’s known is that Coronavirus can be spread from person to person. Any close contact (under 6 feet) can put you at risk. Coronavirus can also be spread by respiratory droplets, which are released when you’re coughing or sneezing. Furthermore, it’s possible that Coronavirus can be spread by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it. However, seems that the virus does not survive on surfaces for more than few hours. Research is still unclear about that prospect.

The most complicated part of Coronavirus is that symptoms may take anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks to appear. Consequently, it’s how cases are becoming so widespread around the world. The concerning fact is that someone could have it around us and not even know until much later. If they’ve been in contact with anyone, those individuals are now at the risk of catching the virus as well. Quarantines are in place for potential risk carriers. The average time spent in quarantine is about 2 weeks. But even a closed off space can’t protect you from carriers that aren’t aware they have it.

Coronavirus Prevention

Currently, there’s no vaccine to prevent you from getting the Coronavirus infection. The best way to protect yourself from possible risk is to avoid close contact with people who are sick. Also, washing hands frequently and using a face mask in public is recommended. Thankfully, any outbreaks that have happened in Canada have been taken care of quickly and efficiently. It’s still important to be aware of your surroundings until this outbreak has been contained.

A very underestimated treatment that can help protect yourself is salt therapy. Salt therapy is a treatment solely salt based. No other drugs or harmful ingredients are used, making it all natural. Salt therapy comes in many forms. You can either visit a salt room or purchase a small salt machine to put in your room. All you’re doing is breathing in minuscule salt particles. The particles clear your lungs of anything that shouldn’t be there. Salt therapy especially helps patients who suffer from asthma, bronchitis, allergies and any other illnesses that target the lungs.

How salt therapy can help?

Many seem to think salt therapy only helps those who suffer from respiratory illnesses. Salt therapy can actually benefit you greatly in your day to day life. When your lungs are being cleaned by the salt, they’re also expelling things like unwanted bacteria. Think of the salt particles as a vacuum cleaner. They clean out all the bad bacteria, detoxifying your lungs so they can be as strong as ever. As a result, your lungs will have a higher oxygen intake. More oxygen means higher energy and an overall improvement in health. Your immune system will become stronger, making it hard for infections to invade your body.

Notice how older people diagnosed with Coronavirus have more severe systems. They can’t fight back, therefore making the virus easy to take their lives. By building your immune system, you’re preparing your body for a battle that it can win if it’s strong enough. The salt aerosol fights infections, being anti bacterial, anti viral and anti fungal. It will do this inside of your respiratory system and in the air you breathe.

To conclude, reading about Coronavirus has made individuals be on high alert and stressed out. While it’s important to be aware of your surroundings, staying calm is key. With the right preventative measures, there’s a very slim chance you will catch this disease. Above all, it never hurts to be careful. Try salt therapy today, your future self will thank you.

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