Protect Yourself from COVID-19

There are things you can do to help reduce your risk of catching the virus and reducing its effects if you do catch it, whether you have been vaccinated or not.

It’s no secret that those with metabolic conditions or decreased immunity due to lifestyle choices are likely to be hit harder than those who are considered to be healthy. 

The metabolic conditions I am referring to (but not limited to) are:

  • obesity
  • tobacco use
  • excess alcohol consumption
  • chronic stress
  • poor sleep cycles
  • lack of exercise
  • poor diet
  • low vitamin D
  • poor hydration
  • and more!

Those who live a lifestyle that is not ideal for longevity and disease prevention, and get the COVID vaccine, still have a high risk of contracting the virus and having a tough time fighting it off. 

This is similar to taking supplements to help you lose weight but don’t change the way you eat or include exercise. The supplements aren’t going to do much.

Your best bet for disease prevention is to work on your health markers. An easy first step is to improve your sleep and drink enough water. Aim for 7 hours of sleep and at least 100oz of water a day. You will be amazed how much better just doing this can make you feel.

Once you start to feel better, you will naturally begin to make better food choices. This will then lead to you being more active. I have seen it time and time again with my clients. Once they start feeling better, their daily step count naturally starts to rise.

Getting the shot is not the only form of prevention you should be taking. You need to overhaul your old unhealthy habits. Day by day, make one small choice that was better than the day before. Small daily changes lead to significant results.

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