How to fight against Coronavirus – Dr. David Hamilton

Many people are worried about coronavirus. As well as the obvious things to do to help, like washing hands, covering your mouth when you sneeze, etc, there is actually a visualisation technique that can boost our immune systems.

Several years ago, Professor Jeannie Achterberg and her team found that people could increase their s-IgA levels through visualisation. s-IgA (secretory immunoglobulin A) is an important immune system antibody in the saliva that looks like a double Y shape. It plays a very important role in the immune function of our mucosal membranes.

In the study, people visualising increasing their s-IgA levels were able to substantially increase their levels. More recently, there have been studies, including a randomised controlled trial of women going through treatment for breast cancer (chemotherapy, radiotherapy, etc) published in the journal, Breast, where half of the women typically visualise their immune systems destroying cancer cells (like piranha fish or pac men or women eating the cells) and they are compared with women who are not visualising. The studies find that even through chemotherapy their immune systems are operating more efficiently than in women who don’t visualise. Levels of killer cells and T-lymphocytes are typically higher with visualisation, for example.

So here’s a simple practice for boosting your s-IgA levels that’s based on the research studies. If you have an overactive immune system then it might be best not to try this.

1.) Start with 5 minutes of relaxed breathing.
2.) Visualise multiplying your s-IgA’s. You could, for example, imagine thousands of s-IgA’s being secreted from immune cells like, say, a crowd of people getting out of a cargo ship or plane. Or you could imagine each s-IgA giving birth to a litter of s-IgA’s, then they grow up and give birth to more. Or you could even imagine 3D printing them, or even photocopying them. Or something else, so long as you are visualising increasing their numbers. Do this for 5 minutes.
3.) Finish with 5 minutes of relaxed breathing.

Coronavirus – Top 5 Questions, Causes & Best Solutions

There have been over 100+ deaths in China and over 3,000+ infections of it. The CDC is urging travelers to avoid trips to China. Apparently, over 110 people in the US are being evaluated for the infection and have tested positive. On top of it, the stock market is dropping fast because investors are worried about the impact on global health. So, we want to quickly go over the top 5 questions and the best solution to help avoid getting coronaviruses.

And before I start, NO … you don’t get the virus from drinking Corona Beer!! But you can get it if you share the same bottle with someone who HAS the Coronavirus.

1. What Is Coronavirus?
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that typically affect the respiratory tract of mammals, including humans. They are associated with the common cold, pneumonia, and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and can also affect the gut.

2. How Do You Get Coronaviruses?
Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people. Sometimes, but not often, a coronavirus can infect both animals and humans. Most coronaviruses spread the same way other cold-causing viruses do, through infected people coughing and sneezing, by touching an infected person’s hands or face, or by touching things such as doorknobs that infected people have touched.

3. Does Coronavirus Cause Death?
Infection of humans with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) results in substantial morbidity and mortality, with death resulting primarily from respiratory failure. While the lungs are the major site of infection, the brain is also infected in some patients. The primary life-threatening problem is getting pneumonia, which is a severe lung infection. At the very advanced stages, SARS causes lung, heart and liver failure.

4. Is There A Cure For Coronavirus?
Unfortunately, there is no cure, especially for the new coronaviruses. Just as there is no cure for the common cold. Granted, there are ways to speed up your recovery from the common cold and get healthier faster and will tell you how in a minute.

5. Can Anything Kill Coronaviruses?
Yes, most household disinfectants readily kill coronaviruses immediately. Your Prescription & Action Plan First, we know the coronavirus is big news right now, however, we want you to keep something in mind… The common flu kills roughly 35,000 people a year and hospitalizes about 200,000 in the US alone. So, don’t freak out… like the morons have done with the stock market. You don’t need to go around wearing a face mask unless you’re in China maybe…Make sure you wash your hands often and keep some hand sanitizers in your purse or backpack or car. Don’t stick your fingers in your eyes, nose, ears and other openings as a lot of it are done subconsciously, but try to pay extra attention and be more aware. At home, wipe down surfaces, doorknobs and so forth with disinfectant sprays and wipes. Lysol or something similar will work just fine. Boost your immune system by making sure you sleep well – this is the most important factor for optimizing your hormones. Obviously, make sure you’re eating healthy.

We have also found that very high doses of Vitamin C and D3 work wonders for speeding up recovery from any illness, especially the common cold. For me, a high dose is at least 10,000 mg of Vitamin C and up to 15,000 or more, spread out throughout the day. And 20,000-30,000 units of Vitamin D3, taken in the morning with a meal. There is no overdose at these dosages, so don’t worry. Once you’ve gotten healthy, you can lower the doses back down to like 3000-5000 mg of C and about 5000 units of D3. You know when you’ve taken too much C, too quickly if you get diarrhea. So, you’d back off the dose and build up again slowly.

We hope this was helpful to you. Please share it with friends or social media to help others. If nothing else, to help them avoid or reduce the common cold and the flu. Thanks for reading and have a very happy and healthy day!

You can make Popcorns even through Cell Phone Radiation

Yes, you heard it right! You can make Popcorns even through Cell Phone Radiation. In today’s world, everyone has cell phones or mobiles, everybody uses them vigorously without knowing the adverse effects of the radiation coming out of cell phones. During recent years, the use of mobile phones has increased substantially and has been paralleled by a growing concern about the effects on health attributed to exposure to the electromagnetic fields produced by them and their base stations. Demonstrating that radiation causes adverse effects on health would signal a widespread public health problem. Below you can check one video in which a group of people pops popcorns with the help of their mobile phones.

AIDS and HIV Infection – World AIDS Day 2019!

AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, a pattern of devastating infections caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, which attacks and destroys certain white blood cells that are essential to the body’s immune system. When HIV infects a cell, it combines with that cell’s genetic material and may lie inactive for years. Most people infected with HIV are still healthy and can live for years with no symptoms or only minor illnesses. They are infected with HIV, but they do not have AIDS. After a variable period of time, the virus becomes activated and then leads progressively to serious infections and other conditions that characterize AIDS. Although there are treatments that can extend life, AIDS is a fatal disease.

HIV/AIDS was first identified in the early 1980s. Since then the number of people infected with HIV has increased rapidly throughout the world. HIV/AIDS has become the most widely talked about the condition in history. However, each day more and more people are becoming infected. We do not use what we know is right to protect ourselves from infection with the virus. To make matters worse, many people are infected with HIV, yet do not have an HIV test to find out their status so they can get help and support. The key is information and action. The first step is to find out whether you are living with HIV or not. If you are living with HIV, you can get information about how to stay healthy as well as how to protect yourself and your loved ones. If you are not living with HIV, you can get information about how to remain that way.

How is HIV spread?

HIV is spread in the following ways:

  1. Sexual intercourse HIV can be found in the semen and vaginal fluids of a person who is HIV positive. He or she can pass HIV onto another person through unprotected sex (not using a condom) vaginal, oral or anal sex.
  2. Pregnancy HIV may be passed onto a baby from an HIV positive mother. Not all HIV positive mothers give birth to babies that are HIV positive. The risk of passing on HIV to the babies increases if the mother is sick with an AIDS illness or if the mother gets infected with HIV during pregnancy. HIV can be passed to the baby during:
  • The pregnancy
  • At the time of delivery
  • In breast milk

Many women only find out they have HIV when they fall pregnant. By this time the unborn child is at risk of getting HIV. The chances of HIV passing from mother to child are between 20 and 40% during pregnancy and at the time of delivery. The risk of infection increases if the mother breastfeeds. There are now medicines available to help reduce the spread of HIV to the baby.

  1. Blood HIV can pass from one person to another through his or her blood. Sometimes sick people are given extra blood through a blood transfusion. In South Africa, blood transfusions are safe because blood is tested before it is given to sick people. HIV can be passed on in very small amounts of blood, for example when people share razor blades that are not cleaned properly. HIV can also be passed on by injecting drugs and sharing needles. People most at risk of this happening are:
  • Injecting drug users
  • Doctors and nurses treating patients with HIV

HIV can also be passed on when handling blood without gloves, e.g. after an accident, as this blood may contain the HIV germ that could enter through cuts and open wounds.

Doctors agree that you cannot get HIV from:

  • Eating food prepared by someone with HIV
  • Sharing cups, mugs, plates, food, spoons, forks, etc
  • Door handles or rails
  • Sneezing or coughing
  • Tears or saliva
  • Toilet seats
  • Holding or shaking hands
  • Mosquitoes
  • Swimming pools or baths
  • Working or attending school with someone who is HIV positive
  • Donating blood
  • Living with someone who has HIV
  • Being next to or close to someone who has HIV
  • Kissing, hugging or touching

What are the symptoms of HIV infection?

Within a month or two of getting infected with HIV, many people (but not all) can develop flu-like symptoms, swollen glands or a rash. These symptoms usually go away within a couple of weeks, and a person can look and feel well for many years before the symptoms come back.

This period when you look and feel well can last five to seven years or longer in adults and two to five years or longer in children born with HIV. As HIV continues to attack the immune system, the illnesses start to show again.

How do I stop myself from being infected with HIV?

There is no cure for HIV. Once a person has HIV, they will remain infected for the rest of their life. Therefore preventing the spread is the most important way of controlling HIV.

The following actions will prevent the spread of HIV:

  • Protected sex – with a condom, used correctly.
  • Sex without penetration – this is when a man’s penis does not enter the woman’s vagina or anus. This is also a safe sex. Sex can be a way of showing love but not the only way. You can also show love by kissing, touching and holding each other.
  • You can have a sexual climax without penetration by rubbing the person’s private parts with hands or fingers.
  • It is important to reduce the number of different sexual partners.
  • New relationships – you should use a condom. Both of you should go for an HIV test before you stop using condoms. It is safe to have sex without protection if both HIV tests are negative. This means you are both free of HIV.
  • Remember that both partners must stay in a sexually faithful relationship with only each other, otherwise, the sex will no longer be safe. This is a faithful relationship.

Incredible Green Tea Benefits

Green tea is a beverage made up of the leaf buds, stem and leaf of the plant “Camellia sinensis”. It has several health effects. It is healthier than black tea; black tea is a fermented product of the same plant but with reduced activity. Polyphenols prevent inflammation and swelling. It also protects the bones and prevents the joint degeneration. It is a potent carcinogenetic and also able to fight different viral infections. Green tea also contains 2% to 4% caffeine, which may improve brain messengers’ functions, important in Parkinson’s disease. Caffeine is a potent CNS stimulant. It also stimulates the heart and muscles, which result in the excess release of some chemicals in the brain known as “neurotransmitters.” Caffeine can increase urination. Antioxidants are also present in green tea that helps to protect the blood vessels and heart.

Incredible Green Tea Benefits:

  1. Protects Against Chronic Disease

The flavonoids in green tea are powerful soldiers against viruses as well as both specific and general inflammation. Inflammation can exacerbate other health problems and cause a vast number of seemingly idiopathic symptoms that seem nearly impossible to cure. Increasing flavonoid intake can decrease the effects of inflammation and even prevent certain chronic diseases and problems including allergies, immune system disorders, heart disease, and depression.

  1. Gives You A Feel-Good Boost

A combination of factors makes green tea great for your mood. Caffeine enhances both mood and energy, while theanine helps with anxiety and stress. “L-theanine can help support brain health and lower anxiety due to supporting GABA (inhibitory neurotransmitter) production,” says Goldstein. Plus, the flavonoids in green tea boost relaxation and help keep anxiety at bay.

  1. A Weight-Loss Key

While green tea alone will not make you magically drop the pounds, some elements of green tea can help with weight loss. The major component is EGCG, which, according to Bryce Wylde, an expert in alternative medicine and the medical advisor for the Dr. Oz show, can increase metabolism by up to six percent. Along with the caffeine of green tea, which can improve performance during workouts, EGCG is a major element of green tea’s weight loss benefits.

  1. Cancer-Fighting

Different studies have shown a link between the consumption of green tea and a reduced risk of cancer. One study showed that increased consumption of green tea was directly linked to a reduced risk of stomach cancer in women. The National Cancer Institute attributes these benefits to several characteristics of green tea, including its polyphenols, particularly EGCG and ECG, which “may protect cells from DNA damage caused by reactive oxygen species.”

  1. Keep Blood Sugar in Balance

For those who suffer from blood sugar related problems, green tea can be a great, natural solution. One study published in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research showed that green tea may reduce the spike in blood sugar that occurs after eating starches, and another study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that green tea could decrease fasting glucose in some patients.

  1. Bad Cholesterol, Be Gone

A study at the Western University of Health Sciences showed that participants in a study had lower LDL levels when green tea consumption was increased. Other research has shown that both total and LDL cholesterol can be lowered when green tea is consumed, thanks — once again — to its EGCG contents. Green tea image via Shutterstock

  1. Brain Health

Green tea can also be great for brain health. Research showed that consumers of green tea had slightly higher scores on cognitive tests than those who did not. This evidence has led some to believe that green tea consumption may ward off or delay dementia.

Benefits of Drinking Green Tea for Beauty and More

Alongside all these great health benefits, green tea also boasts a few beauty benefits that can’t be overlooked.

  1. A Glowing Complexion

Drinking green tea can help improve your skin, as naturopathic doctor Christina Major explains. “What it does is help your body hydrated, which makes your skin look better,” she says. “It also will provide antioxidants and nutrients to nourish your body, and that allows you to build healthy skin.” “Antioxidants help ‘clean up’ the free radicals that can contribute to skin conditions,” agrees Goldstein. “Ultimately, our outside is a reflection of what’s going on inside.”

9. Dark Circles Disappear

But drinking tea isn’t the only way to take advantage of its skin-enhancing benefits. “The tannins can also help dark eyes and puffy eyes in the morning,” says Goldstein, who suggests placing chilled, brewed tea bags over each eye for about 15 minutes to take advantage of this. With green tea, you avoid the staining that black tea could lend to your skin, too.

10. Delay Aging

No, it’s not a magic potion, but green tea can help reverse or delay some signs of skin aging, such as wrinkles. “The antioxidant benefits are great for anti-aging of the skin. Green tea masks can be very good for cellular regeneration and for detoxification of the skin.

  1. Slim Down

While you’re waiting for the metabolism boost of green tea to kick in, it’s helpful to know that green tea can also reduce bloating and swelling, making you appear slimmer without ever shedding a pound. Green tea aids in digestion and increases hydration, both of which can reduce bloat.

  1. Luscious Locks

The catechins in green tea can also help with achieving thicker, longer hair, thanks to 5-alpha-reductase.

Best Home Remedies for Urine Problems

In this section, we focus on the most common forms of urinary complications (peeing problems). It is intended for your information only – if you believe you might have some of the symptoms we describe, then you can try these home remedies to get rid of these problems.

Excess of urine

  1. After eating a ripe banana, drink gooseberry juice with added sugar, it stops frequent urination.
  2. Dry and grind pomegranate peels and make powder. Take about 5 grams of powder with some water, Urination stops in 2-4 days.
  3. Eating jaggery in the morning and evening also stops frequent urination.
  4. Even after eating the dried date in the morning, children stop urinating on the bed.

Less or blocked urine

  1. Take grind cumin seeds with honey, it solved the problem of blocked urine.
  2. Grind small cardamom and drink with milk, it also helps.
  3. Drinking about 50 grams of radish juice, it is an effective remedy for blocked urine due to kidney failure.
  4. Grind gooseberry in water and apply the paste under the navel for blocked urine.

Urinary Irritation

  1. Mixed 50 ml Gooseberry juice with 25 grams of honey, drink it in the morning and evening, the burning sensation of urine will go.
  2. Drinking 50 ml of radish juice cures burning sensation during urination.
  3. Soak about 20 grams of coriander leaves in the water at night and grind it in the morning, mix 20 grams of sugar candy in it, this drink cures the burning sensation of urine.
  4. By soaking the Psyllium husk (Isabgol) and mix with brown sugar and some water, drinking it helps to cure the burning sensation of urine.

Note: You should contact a healthcare professional as soon as possible if not finding any solution.

Top Home Remedies for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones, or renal calculi, are solid masses made of crystals. Kidney stones are one of the most painful medical conditions. Kidney stones usually originate in your kidneys. However, they can develop anywhere along your urinary tract, which consists of these parts:

  • Kidneys
  • Ureters
  • Bladder
  • Urethra

Treatment

  1. Boil 50 grams of radish seeds in half liter water. When the water remains half then filter it and drink it. After continuous use for a few days, stones get melted. Along with this, chew 2 radish leaves continuously for 2-3 months.
  2. Boil wheat and black chickpeas. Drink this soup daily, the stones get melted out. take it for two months.
  3. Drink 50 grams of cow urine daily in the morning and 3 grams of alum dissolved in the water in the evening. Take it for about 45 days. By doing this, stones get melted out.
  4. Boil about 50 grams of Kulthi seeds in 250 grams of water. When the water remains 100 grams, give this filtered lukewarm water to the patient. The patient becomes healthy in 1 month by drinking it in the morning empty stomach.

Effective Remedies for Asthma

This disease causes inflammation in the trachea and pathology in the lungs. This disease is parental. Earlier, this disease happens to the parents of the patient, due to which the patient is inherited by his parents.

Symptoms

The patient has difficulty in breathing and coughs due to breathing in the trachea. This disease is less in the beginning and after frequent coughing, the mouth of the patient becomes red. Many patients may have an asthma attack more on rainy days. This disease is more in women than in men.

Treatment

1. The patient should abstain from tobacco and oil products. The patient should not do any heavy work.

Ingredients

1. 50 grams Cinnamon, 1 kg white musli, 50 grams radish, 50 grams banslochan, 50 grams large cardamom. Make a stew of everything. Boil them in 5 liters of water till remains 500 grams. Sieve with a cloth later. Give it to the patient with 1 teaspoon of honey in the morning, afternoon and evening. This disease is cured by giving it for one month.

2. Mix amount of wine, dessi ghee equivalent to an egg and a spoon of sugar. Give this mixture with a small amount of milk is beneficial for the patient. This should be given only one time. After some time, boil half a kilo flaxseed in 3 liters of water, add half a kilogram of sugar to it. When the water remains 250 ml, filter it with a clean cloth. Give it to the patient for one month. By this, the breathing of the trachea is removed and breathing starts properly. This disease is cured by using it for 5-7 months.

Animal Bites and Insect Stings

How do I treat animal bites and scratches?

If you or your child gets a bite, follow these steps to treat the wound:

  • Hold a towel or cotton on the area to stop the bleeding.
  • Clean the wound with soap and water.
  • Cover it with a clean bandage or gauze pad.

How do I treat bee, wasp, and other insect stings?

Here’s what to do:

  • If the insect has left behind a stinger, remove it from the skin so less of the venom gets into your body. Don’t squeeze the stinger. You might release more of the venom into your skin.
  • Once the stinger is out or if there is no stinger, wash the area around the sting with soap and water.
  • Hold an ice pack or cool washcloth to the sting to stop it from swelling.
  • Spread calamine lotion or baking soda mixed with water to relieve pain.
  • To prevent itching, use a spray or cream containing hydrocortisone or antihistamine.

How do I treat a mosquito bite?

Here’s what to do:

  • Apply firm pressure to the bite for 10 seconds to help stop the itch.
  • Use a baking soda paste or hydrocortisone cream 4 times a day to relieve itching. Don’t have either on hand?
  • Holding ice or a wet washcloth on the bite will also help.
  • Take an antihistamine if the bite is very itchy.

How do I treat a spider bite?

For most of the harmless types of spiders, you’ll find at home, treatment is pretty simple:

  • Wash the area with soap and water.
  • Hold an ice pack or cool washcloth to the bite to relieve pain and bring down swelling.

When should I see a doctor for an animal bite?

For any animal bite, you may need an antibiotic to prevent infection. So, it’s always a good idea to call your doctor, especially if you have medical conditions that weaken your immune system:

  • The bite was caused by an unknown animal, or by any wild animal like a raccoon, skunk, or bat. You may need tetanus or rabies vaccine.
  • The bite is large, or it doesn’t stop bleeding after you’ve held pressure on it for 15 minutes. It may need to be closed with stitches.
  • You think the bite may have damaged a bone, tendons, or nerves because you can’t bend or straighten the body part or you’ve lost feeling in it.
  • The wound is red, swollen, or oozing fluid.

What are the signs that the child is allergic to the insect?

It’s normal for the skin around the insect sting to swell up and get red. But go to the emergency room if you see any of these signs of an allergic reaction:

  • Dizziness
  • Hives — red, itchy bumps on the skin
  • Stomach cramps, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Swelling of the tongue
  • Trouble breathing, wheezing

Anyone who has allergies to bees, wasps, or other stinging insects should keep an epinephrine auto-injector at home, work, and school in case of a sting.

How do I know if a spider is poisonous?

Spiders might be creepy and crawly, but most of them aren’t poisonous. The poisonous spiders to watch out for are the brown recluse and black widow. Here’s how to spot them:

  • Brown recluse spiders are about 1/2-inch long. They’re brown and have a mark in the shape of a violin on their back.
  • Black widow spiders are black with a red hourglass-shaped mark on their stomach.

What should I do for a poisonous spider bite?

If you think you were bitten by a poisonous spider like a brown recluse or black widow, go to the doctor. Look for these signs:

  • A red or purple color around the bite
  • Pain in the bite area
  • Swelling around the bite
  • Muscle pain and cramps
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Rash
  • Stomach pain
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Trouble breathing

How to treat a Minor Cut or Scrape?

Cuts and Scrapes

Follow these steps to keep cuts clean and prevent infections and scars:

Wash your hands – First, wash up with soap and water so you don’t get bacteria into the cut and cause an infection. You can also use hand sanitizer.

Stop the bleeding – Put pressure on the cut so that it will stop bleeding, keep the pressure on for a few minutes.

Clean the wound – Once you’ve stopped the bleeding, rinse the cut under cool running water and clean the area around the wound with soap and a wet washcloth.

Remove any dirt or debris – Use a pair of tweezers cleaned with alcohol to gently pick out any dirt, gravel, glass, or other material in the cut.

Do I need to bandage a cut or scrape?

You don’t need to bandage every cut and scrape. Some heal more quickly when left uncovered to stay dry. But if the cut is on a part of the body that might get dirty or rub against clothes, put on a bandage to protect it. Change the bandage regularly so that it will not get infected.

How long should a cut or scrape be covered?

Once a solid scab has formed, you can take off the bandage.

When do I need to call my doctor?

Check with your doctor or go to the emergency room if:

  • The cut is deep, long, or the edges are jagged. You may need stitches and a tetanus shot.
  • The cut or scrape is from a dirty or rusty object. You may need a tetanus shot.
  • The injury is from an animal or human bite.
  • You can’t stop the bleeding with direct pressure.
  • You can’t get the dirt out of the wound.
  • The cut is on your face or near a joint, like on your fingers.
  • The skin around the cut gets red and swollen or develops red streaks.
  • Pus drains from the cut.
  • You have a fever of more than 100.4 F (in either an adult or child).

How do topical antibiotic ointments work?

Topical antibiotics are medicines you put on your skin to kill bacteria. Most cuts and scrapes will heal without ointment, but they can reduce scars and help the wound heal faster. If you do use an antibiotic ointment, apply it to your skin one to three times a day and then cover with a clean bandage.

When should I use gauze and tape?

Gauze and tape work best for large cuts and scrapes that bandages won’t cover. Ask your pharmacist which type of gauze is best for you.

How should I apply gauze and tape?

  • Wash your hands with soap and water. You can also wear gloves.
  • Gently wash the wound with a wet piece of gauze or washcloth.
  • Place a piece of clean gauze over the wound.
  • Apply tape around the edges of the gauze to hold it in place.