COVID-19 Immune Support Tips Lifestyle Expert Advice Report Released

What steps must be taken during lock-down to help your immune systems fight the COVID-19 attack and why it is an absolute necessity to take care of your health like never before.

Las Vegas, United States - April 4, 2020 /PressCable/ —

LAS VEGAS, NV – 04/02/2020/ — Experts warn stress can trigger response to infection

Studies show that high levels of the stress hormone cortisol diminish immune system function, thereby increasing the potential impact from viruses.

High stress levels multiply infection rates as coronavirus pandemic collides with chronic stress epidemic

More than 50% of Americans over 65 are reported to have high levels of cortisol

When the stress hormone cortisol is continuously activated, serious issues include a diminished immune system.

Symptoms of chronic stress, also known as “allostatic load”, include poor immunity, low energy, trouble sleeping, constant worrying, weight gain, anxiety and overwhelm, low mood and tiredness, poor memory and brain fog, cravings and poor digestion, cuts and wounds which are slow to heal.

High-stress leads to high cortisol levels … which leads to high-stress.

It’s essential to break the cycle to achieve a strong immune system, say health experts.

It’s important to have strong immunity, but the trouble is, most immune system supplements alone don’t work, reports nutritional ingredients specialist Cai Berg of Berg Nutrition in Michigan.

Vitamins B, C, D, E, zinc, magnesium, probiotics, prebiotics, colloidal silver, saunas, etc are often recommended. Taking these without first addressing cortisol levels is like driving with one foot on the gas and the other stamped down hard on the brake.

You’re going nowhere fast and just burning fuel and rubber. Wearing out the engine and all the moving parts.

Hence, it is recommended to get the cortisol levels under control, first.

We are facing the “perfect storm” of an epidemic combined with a pandemic, reports Dr Veerle Van Tricht, MD, FC (SA) Opt, UK Eye Surgeon, Health Burnout Expert, and Supplement Advisory Panelist.

The World Health Organisation says stress is the health epidemic of the 21st Century and novel coronavirus COVID-19 is the unchartered territory pandemic which appears to be principally affecting people who are chronically stressed through poor physical or mental health.

Dietary supplements proven to help support healthy cortisol levels report soaring demand in the US and globally.

Supporting and maintaining a healthy immune system is required to fight all causes of inflammation, infections, and stress-related disorders, says scientist and surgeon Dr Leonard Makowka MD PhD, former Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Director of Transplantation Services at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, and currently Senior Scientific Advisor to US dietary supplement company Health Evolution.

Normalisation of cortisol levels supports and maintains a healthy immune system added Dr Makowka.

The connection between high cortisol levels and infection, disease, and poor health are clinically proven.

Humans are designed to revert to a calm state once a source of stress has passed.

Over time, however, the majority are left permanently stressed, which seriously affects health.

The public is advised to maintain healthy cortisol levels.

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