Now more than ever, it’s important to focus on our personal health and wellbeing and double down on self-care for the greater good.
While social distancing and good hygiene are some of the main things you can do to prevent COVID-19, we have gathered a few extra options that will help strengthen your immune system and boost your ability to fight against infections.
At Medical Age Management, we want to emphasize the importance of taking Peptides to boost your immune system as well as keeping up your prescribed hormone therapies which have a great effect on your immune system. It is proven that low testosterone and low estrogen may increase the risk or severity of COVID-19. Please see the following list of peptides that we are offering in our office to aid your immunity. We have also included a list of recommended Vitamins and supplements as well as an extended list of Botanical and Nutraceutical agents that can improve the body’s ability to fight off and recover from the illness. Please reach out to us to learn more or set up a consultation to find out which peptides/supplements will work best for you.
Lifestyle factors have a large effect on immune functions. From food to exercise to sleep management, research shows making changes in these patterns can improve overall health and offset the severity from illness.
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While we keep receiving daily information and updates on what might be helpful to prevent infections, there are still a lot of unknowns, which can create anxiety. Most have seen the “keep calm and wash your hands” gif created by the CDC, but the majority of people have disregarded a key component to this message. Keeping calm is one of the best natural defenses for immunity!
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Here’s what that could mean.
In the past week, doctors around the world began sharing reports of smell and taste loss in patients with confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Several groups of ear, nose and throat specialists have suggested that these could be coronavirus symptoms and so could serve as an early sign of infection, signaling people to self-quarantine before they develop a telltale cough or fever. Learn more on the current updates on these possible signals.
Keeping clean and safe is more important than ever. And while we’re all practicing social distancing, it’s good to know what needs to be kept outside or what surface needs an extra cleaning to prevent the spreading of the virus. Read more here to get proper tips on how to clean and disinfect household items and how to maintain good hygiene.
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase worldwide, scientists are pushing forward with efforts to develop vaccines and treatments to slow the pandemic and lessen its damage. Read more here on the latest of where we’re at with vaccines and treatments for COVID-19.