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04/23/2020 / By S.D. Wells
It’s too easy to get stressed over coronavirus. The real news is scary and the fake news is even more terrifying. Stress can lead to inflammation, headaches, stomach aches and a weakened immune system, which is the last thing you want right now. So, after we offer up our best ideas for healthy home entertainment, we’ll throw in some great short videos that will help you avoid coronavirus, the flu, the killer cold and whatever else is “floating around” on air particles in that pandemic wind outside.
If you’re used to going to coffee shops in your spare time to meet with friends or just sit alone and use wifi to write, research or relax, maybe you can spruce up your patio, screened-in porch, balcony, or deck to look like a cozy café.
If you’re accustomed to going to the gym or fitness classes, some people are meeting at parks to work out together while keeping appropriate “social distance” and following safety guidelines. Maybe download some fun videos and workout, stretch or do yoga at home while listening to your favorite music.
If you’re one of those millions who loves eating out at restaurants, maybe it’s time to search for top recipes that are plant-based and double-up on those nutrients your body wants to help fight off the “bad guys.” Cooking isn’t as hard as it may seem, especially when you find videos with step by step instructions, as easy as A, B, C, 1, 2, 3. Use organic herbs and spices and you might love your new “dining” style (that’s safer and healthier).
Whatever you choose to do to stay entertained, happy, healthy and safe, be sure to turn off the fake news on television and use your newspaper (more fake news) as kindling for your fire in the fire pit.
Some suggestions for wholesome, affordable entertainment at home include:
#1. Start or improve an organic garden (including indoor ones too).
#2. Make fires in a firepit or use outdoor heat lamps (if you have a yard), because fresh air is super-important.
#3. Stargazing – there are cool apps you can download of planets and constellations.
#4. Play games in your yard (think kadima, badminton, horse shoes, cornhole, ball toss) or buy and jump on a trampoline – relieves stress and the rebounding helps lymphatic system – your first line of defense for staying healthy.
#5. Make healthy snacks from scratch instead of eating processed, junk-science food – lots of good recipes online for healthy, vegetarian, vegan, etc.
#6. Start or improve an entrepreneurial business – what a great time to create or grow your personal business, so you can work for yourself and maybe retire early.
#7. Create your own home gym with TRX straps, weights, challenge courses, treadmill, and download/play your favorite songs or Youtube videos all the while. Remember to drink lots of spring water all day long.
#8. Educate yourself by finding great videos on YouTube or Brighteon about natural remedies, herbal tinctures and supplements that can prevent/beat coronavirus.
And now, as promised, here are some quality, short videos on how to avoid COVID19 and boost your immune system while keeping yourself entertained at home.
Dr Bergman explains how to wipe out the novel virus in just 10 minutes:
Also, nutritionist Joy McCarthy provides tips on boosting your immune system with nutrients so you never catch these “killer colds”.
Then, check out High Carb Hannah for amazing weight loss tips!
Tune your internet dial to NaturalCures.news for great tips on ways to treat arthritis, inflammation, IBS and more, and you can do it right from home during lockdown. If you’re using nicotine products, they too lower your immune system function. If you or a loved one would like to take a break from nicotine, without the withdrawals and nervousness, try all-natural KraveKicker, the new supplement beverage that kicks nicotine cravings naturally.
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