So here’s what I’ll be discussing today at a quick glance:
- I’ve known people who have had the coronavirus and those who died
- That the main problem today is INFOdemic & misinformation
- How you’re most likely to get the CoronaVirus
- What the underlying cause of 99% of deaths are
- Who is at the highest risk (over 75%)
- Which common medication makes the virus stronger
- What specific areas of your body the virus attacks
- And how to protect yourself and dramatically reduce your risks
I’ve Known People Who Have Died From COVID…
In the past couple of months, I’ve known a few people who have been infected with the CoronaVirus and I’ve known of people who have died as well.
Since I have a lot of doctor friends, I’m getting specific information from those that are actually dealing with it on a daily basis.
I’ve also spoken to someone at the CDC and I was on a conference call with 4 other people, so I’ve also heard directly from people who know what’s going on… with ACCURATE information.
I am NOT getting my information from the news and especially the worst place of all, social media.
Which is just spreading “doom and gloom” and misinformation.
Social Media = INFOdemic
The person on the CDC told us that most of the fear is being incorrectly spread through social media. He called it INFOdemic, rather than a Pandemic.
But what I wanted to share with you today are some facts about people who are most likely to get ill and even die from the CoronaVirus.
And thus, how you can PROTECT yourself and your family.
So please continue reading and I’ll give you some additional free information at the end of this article.
High Risk You’ll Get The CoronaVirus
Remember, at the end of all of this, many of us may get the CoronaVirus and have no symptoms.
Many will have minor flu-like issues. Some will have more severe ones and a very small percentage may die.
99% Of Deaths Are Caused By THIS
So what do 99% of all the deaths have in common?…
The person was not healthy. They had a compromised or weak immune system.
They had some other underlying illness or disease such as cancer or had a stroke or a heart attack. They had diabetes or an auto-immune disorder.
Also, people over the age of 50 are at a higher risk. Especially if you’re over 70 – like both my parents.
Why is this? Well, poor hormones, which means a weakened immune system.
Even Younger People Die
My cousin, who is a doctor, told me they had a 37-year-old die.
However, he also said that the patient was obese and vaped daily. His lungs were very weak and he was obviously not living a healthy lifestyle.
Who Is At The Highest Risk (76%!)
However, what’s interesting is that 76% of the people who have died, had high blood pressure.
So, 99% of people who died weren’t healthy to begin with and had a poor immune system and 76% had high blood pressure.
I think this is very interesting because we are seeing patterns. All of which you and I CAN improve on and thus, reduce our risks.
Unfortunately, about HALF the adults in the US have high blood pressure. However, only about 24% (¼) have it under control with medication.
The other 75% are walking around with high blood pressure and don’t even know it.
This is why hypertension is called the “silent killer”.
This doesn’t even take into account all the MILLIONS of people who have pre-hypertension. That means it’s not “super-high”, but it’s above normal and it’s NOT in a healthy zone.
Thus, all of these people are at a much higher risk of becoming ill and potentially dying from the CoronaVirus.
Blood Pressure Medications Make Things Worse
Ironically, blood pressure medications are thought to actually increase the strength of COVID-19, making it attack the lungs faster and harder.
Thus, one of the reasons scientists believe that 75% of the deaths had high blood pressure.
Again, this is why I always tell people to NOT take drugs and try to improve their health with natural ways and blood pressure can easily be improved with lifestyle – NO drugs are needed.
And I’ll tell you how in a minute…
Lung Infection – Most Common Complication
Pneumonia, which is a lung infection, is the most common complication of Corona. It can also cause damage to the cardiovascular system.
This is why people with high blood pressure and heart disease are at a higher risk.
Coronavirus can also damage the heart directly, which can be especially risky if your heart is already weakened by the effects of high blood pressure, clogged arteries, and poor blood flow.
The virus also causes inflammation to the lungs and the heart, which makes it harder for the heart to pump and the lungs to breathe.
Again, more problems for the heart and lungs.
Lastly, if you have plaque buildup in your arteries, which most people do if you’re overweight, don’t exercise daily, don’t eat well, and you’re over the age of 45… The virus can make those plaques more likely to break apart and cause a heart attack or stroke.
Okay, so what’s the bottom line here:
- You MUST improve your health.
- You MUST improve your immune system. The immune system is the MOST important factor in all of this and the avoidance of most illnesses.
- More specifically, you need to strengthen your heart, your lungs, and to lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
And I haven’t even talked about one of the most important aspects of your health, which is your MENTAL and EMOTIONAL health.
I’ll save that for another article.
However, you need to stop listening to all the negative junk out there. Stop wasting time needlessly worrying about things you have no control over.
- Stay indoors
- Wash your hands
- Improve your health & immune system
I’m putting together an entire email and article series about all of this, so click the blue button below and I’ll send it all to you for free.
Stay healthy. Stay positive.