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The Corona Virus, and what can we do?

Dear Patients,

There have been many concerns and questions regarding the Corona Virus. We have been keeping up with the true data from the CDC and WHO that is giving very accurate information on this virus. First, this is not a new virus. It’s been known to cause respiratory problems since the 1960s. Let’s compare this virus to the common flu virus we all know so well.

So far, the new coronavirus has led to more than 100,000 illnesses and more than 3,000 deaths worldwide. But that’s nothing compared with the flu, also called influenza. In the U.S. alone, the flu has caused an estimated 34 million illnesses, 350,000 hospitalizations and 20,000 deaths this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Per the CDC data, the flu virus as far more contagious and deadlier.

What to do?

First, all patients are responsible for their own immune system. When bacteria or viruses enter the body, your body’s natural immune system will attack this foreign body by creating an antibody that will destroy these foreign viruses or bacteriawoman-with-headache. So, when someone isolates themselves, the virus will still be “out there” and vaccinations will not stop the spread of any virus. A vaccination will force your body to make antibodies, which is the body’s natural response to a virus. In other words, the virus will populate the world. So, how do we get a strong enough immune system so our bodies will create these natural antibodies to fight the flu and other viruses such as Corona virus.

  1. Eat Healthy Natural Foods: These foods have the vitamins and nutrition that your body needs to build its immune system. Eating any ground vegetables, such as green leafy vegetables are the best.
  2. Get Adjusted: Every tissue in the body depends on 100% nerve supply from the brain. These nerves carry all the cell’s information to repair and regenerate injured tissue. When the nervous systems is interfered with, this communication system between the brain and the tissue cells is weakened, therefore causing a decreased immune response.
  3. Sleep 7-9 hours per night: Cellular regeneration happens mostly a night.
  4. Drink enough water: Dehydrate causes stress in the body, which will weaken the immune system.
  5. Take natural supplements: These will help your immune systems if you are not getting enough nutrients and vitamins through your healthy diet.
  6. Avoid CRAP: That is excessive Carbohydrates, Refined sugar, Additives, and Preservatives.

Following the above guidelines will help you strengthen your natural immune system.

P.S. Our team at Back to Healthcare is super healthy. We follow the above guidelines!! We are asking anyone who may be ill, to stay home, or get adjusted in the non-populated part of our office. We take pride in cleanliness with all our patients. Hope to see you soon.

Dr. Brad Barez, DC, CCSP.

3 Join the Conversation

  1. Rob R says
    Mar 14, 2020 at 9:29 PM

    Stellar information! Thank you for leading this!!

  2. Alison Lent says
    Mar 17, 2020 at 9:42 PM

    Great article with a lot of accurate and positive information on how to stay healthy! We all need to remain positive, fear only makes you feel bad.

  3. Michelle R Coleman says
    Mar 17, 2020 at 11:42 PM

    Great article! Loved the "Avoid CRAP"! Thanks for this!

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