Corona & the Immune System

What is the corona virus?

The corona virus is a type of virus that infects the upper respiratory tract, such as the nose, sinuses, and throat. Most of the corona patients cured except for about 1% whose symptoms were severe. Recently, a new type of virus has been reported, some of which is mistakenly called coronavirus. Therefore, we have prepared this article to inform you about the latest information and how to prevent and treat the disease caused by the corona. Stay with us.

What is the history of COVID 19?

The virus was first identified in the 1960s, but it is not yet clear where it first originated. Because these viruses are crown-shaped, the experts call them corona. Sometimes (not often), the coronavirus can be shared between humans and animals.

Most coronavirus infections are similar to other common cold viruses, which are transmitted through infected people; in this way, they spread by coughing or sneezing in the air and spread to others through manipulation, rubbing, touching the affected person’s head and face, and touching objects such as door handles that infected people have touched.

Almost everyone gets the coronavirus infection at least once in their lifetime (especially in childhood). The severity of its symptoms ranges from mild to moderate, and in some cases, may lead to lower respiratory tract diseases such as pneumonia and bronchitis. In many countries, coronavirus is common during the cold seasons of the year (fall and winter), but anyone can get sick at any time.

These viruses are common in animals, but only a small number of them affect humans.

What are the common symptoms of coronavirus?

To diagnose the disease, you can have tests, including a nasal and throat secretions, as well as a blood test, but there is no reason to do so. The test does not change the symptoms of the disease, which usually go away in a few days. However, if the coronavirus infection reaches the lower respiratory tract, the trachea, and lungs, it can lead to pneumonia. This risk is higher, especially in the elderly, people with heart disease, or people with weakened immune systems.

Most coronaviruses cause similar symptoms in the upper respiratory tract, such as nasal congestion and runny nose, cough, sore throat, and sometimes fever. Coronavirus can also cause middle ear infections in children.

How does the coronavirus become ubiquitous?

Viruses become an epidemic when they first infect humans and spread among them. Today, the Center of Disease Control and Prevention says the virus is spreading among people in a limited way. Specialists are still investigating about COVID-19 pandemic.

What can we do to prevent and treat corona?

According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, there is no specific treatment for coronavirus, and most people recover with special care, especially rest and medication (to relieve symptoms). However, if you are worried or have severe symptoms, be sure to see your doctor (this is not just for coronavirus and is true for all viral diseases).

There are no vaccines for the coronavirus yet, but researchers at the National Institutes of Health say they are in the early stages of producing a vaccine.

To prevent becoming infected with viruses, you need to do the same things you do to prevent catching a cold:

Wash your hands several times a day with warm soapy water or alcohol disinfectant.

Do not touch your hands and fingers to your eyes, nose, or mouth.

Keep your distance from people who may be sick.

If you become infected, do the same treatment for the common cold:

Get enough rest.

Drink plenty of fluids.

You can use

over-the-counter medications for sore throats and fevers. Don’t forget not to give aspirin to children or adolescents under 19 years of age. Use ibuprofen or acetaminophen instead.

Eating with hot water or using an incense burner can help relieve sore throats and scratches.

If the condition is severe, be sure to see a doctor.

In the final analysis, the immune system is always active and is searching for the alien cells to kill. Therefore, keeping the immune system healthy and powerful is essential. To do so, you have to be a friend with minerals, vitamins, and essential nutrients. Here are the 5 top drinks that will help you keep safe, or if you are sick they help you recover as soon as possible.

1) Apple, carrot, and orange juice  

Main nutrients: Vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B6, Potassium, and folic acid.

2) Orange & grip fruit juice

Main nutrients: Vitamin B6, A, C, zinc, and folic acid.

3) Tomato juice

Main nutrients: Vitamin A, C, iron, and folic acid.

4) Strawberry, kiwi, and mint juice

Main nutrients: Vitamin C, A, B6, magnesium, zinc, and folic acid.

5) Salary, tomato, cauliflower juice

Main nutrients: Vitamin A, C, magnesium, potassium, iron, and fatty acids.

Making juices, smoothies, and natural drinks are the most delicious way of keeping the general health of the body. You can also add extra nutrients such as chia seeds and wheat germs.


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