According to the CDC, influenza activity increases in October with the number of reported cases peaking between December and February, with flu activity lasting as late as May.
On average, 8% of the US population is believed to be affected by the flu each year with the range from 3% to 11%.
More than 38 million Americans caught the Flu from October 2018 through May 2019.
The flu is highly contagious
People with the flu are most contagious 3-4 days after symptoms begin. Healthy adults may be contagious one day before symptoms show, and up to 7 days after becoming sick.
Prevent the flu, naturally
The 2019-2020 Flu Nosode is now in stock. It is formulated specifically for the 2019-2020 flu strain based on the World Health Organization’s data. It provides homeopathic aid in the prevention against the flu and can be used as an alternative to a flu shot.
It can also be used to help treat active flu symptoms.
What is a Homeopathic Nosode?
Homeopathic nosodes are prepared from inactivated viruses or other pathogens in diluted form, and are also referred to as “immuno therapy”.
They stimulate the body’s immune response to recognize the pathogen and provide protection by stimulating the immune system and increasing white blood cell production in order to desensitize you to that pathogen or allergen.
The Flu nosode can be taken to help prevent the flu or to treat the flu once symptoms appear.
Check out our video on the Flu Nosode:
*The uses for our products are based on traditional homeopathic practice.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
We have at least another month of social distancing. I know many of us are struggling with the disruptions to our lives.
If you are feeling disjointed, here are a few strategies to help you cope during these trying times:
Forty-seven percent of Americans report experiencing higher levels of anxiety than the prior year.
The human brain is wired to experience anxiety when it signals something is not right and can help us avoid a dangerous situation. But persistent anxiety that disrupts our lives can signal an anxiety disorder. One-third of adults will grapple with this at some point in their lives.
When we experience anxiety, the brain signals to our gut we are under stress and a combination of hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol are released. This can affect us in different ways. Common reactions to anxiety are heart palpitations, knots in the stomach or dizziness and light-headedness.
While encountering a saber tooth tiger may not be a problem these days, there are many less-lethal stressors that affect us today.