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How To Survive Covid-19 caused by the Wuhan Coronavirus

 

With 2,707 recorded deaths and 80,348 confirmed infections so far, the Wuhan coronavirus has triggered the widespread outbreak of new deadly disease called Covid-19. Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak and the entire Hubei province in China have been locked down with their 60 million people unable to carry on daily lives. Estimated that hundreds of thousands of people in China and across the globe may have caught Covid-19.

The Chinese government has undoubtedly reacted with a lightning speed to reduce the catastrophic effects of the Covid-19 outbreak. Brand new hospitals were built in China in just matter of days to accommodate the fast-rising number of patients. China has been responding to this calamity promptly and fast, however, the Covid-19 disease has spread to 39 countries.

The number of Covid-19 Cases and Deaths by Country/Conveyance as per 25th of February 2020:

 

Country/

Conveyance

Cases

(Incl.

recovered)

Deaths
1 China 77,663 2,664
2 South Korea 977 11
3 Princess Diamond Cruise Ship 691 4
4 Italy 287 7
5 Japan 160 1
6 Iran 95 15
7 Singapore 90
-
8 Hong Kong 81 2
9 USA 53
-
10 Thailand 37 -
11 Taiwan 31 1
12 Malaysia 22 -
13 Australia 22
-
14 Germany 16 -
15 Vietnam 16 -
16
United Arab Emirates
13 -
17 United Kingdom 13
-
18 France 12 1
19 Canada 11 -
20 Macao 10 -
21 Bahrain 8 -
22 Kuwait 8
-
23 Iraq 5
-
24 Philippines 3 1
25 India 3 -
26 Spain 3
-
27 Russia 2 -
28 Israel 2 -
29 Oman 2
-
30 Austria 2 -
31 Cambodia 1 -
32 Sweden 1 -
33 Nepal 1 -
34 Belgium 1 -
35 Sri Lanka 1 -
36 Finland 1 -
37 Egypt 1 -
38 Lebanon 1 -
39 Afghanistan 1 -
40 Croatia 1 -
Total 80,348 2,707

The Covid-19 Outbreak

Covid-19 is an infectious respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China. It can trigger the inflammation of the tiny sacs at the end of the breathing tubes in the lungs that are filled up with fluid. Covid-19 may cause breathing difficulties that starve the body of oxygen.

The signs and symptoms of Covid-19 may include:

  • cough, either dry cough or produce brown, yellow, green or blood-stained mucus.
  • breathing difficulties such as rapid shallow breathing, worsening chest pain with every deep breath and cough.
  • fever, shiver and sweating.
  • rapid heartbeat.
  • loss of appetite and energy.
  • joint and muscle pain.
  • headaches or even vomiting, particularly in children.
  • confusion and disorientation, particularly in elderly people.

Like with the other types of pneumonia, Covid-19 is a potentially life-threatening illness. For comparison, in 2017, there were more than 90,000 people died from pneumonia or influenza in the UK; while in the US, every year there are around 50,000 people die from pneumonia. Pneumonia is the world's leading cause of death among children under 5 years old. Younger children and elderly people are generally more vulnerable to the deadly effects of pneumonia; surprisingly, in the US, around half of the mortality due to pneumonia occur in people age between 18 and 64.

The effective treatment for Covid-19 disease has yet to be found. Due to the drug resistant nature of the Wuhan coronavirus, the death toll from the Covid-19 has surpassed that of the 2003 coronavirus SARS outbreak. Started in Wuhan, China, the Covid-19 disease has spread to 39 countries including South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Italy, US, Iran and UK; putting millions of people at risk of catching this deadly disease.

How Long Can The Wuhan Coronavirus Survive Outside The Body?

Coronaviruses tend to survive longer indoor with cold air and low humidity. It can survive on non-porous surfaces (water resistant) like metal and plastic for more than 7 days. This virus is extremely dangerous and likely to spread faster during the winter and early spring season. However, the Wuhan coronavirus has spread even to tropical countries like Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. Does the use of air conditioning system in many buildings in the tropical countries contribute to the spread of Covid-19?

 

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How To Survive From Covid-19

Covid-19 triggers various symptoms from mild to severe. Around 81% of the Wuhan coronavirus infected people only develop mild symptoms, similar to those of colds or flu; while the remaining 19% have serious symptoms that may urgently require intensive medical treatment. Reading from the statistics, the current death rate of Covid-19 is around 3%. A proper medical treatment is the major factor in the survival rate of Covid-19. A severe Covid-19 disease can starve your body of oxygen and cause a premature death.

What can you do to increase your survival rate from Covid-19?

1. Stay calm and ask for medical help

In any life-threatening situation like dealing with Covid-19 disease, you need to stay calm. In most cases, people with Covid-19 start to experience symptoms within the first three days, nevertheless, it may take up to 24 days for the symptoms to show up. By nature, your body is designed to fight off the infection as part of the natural defense mechanism. This requires a lot of energy and effort from your body, therefore, you need to get plenty of rest. 

If you are feeling rather unwell and worry that you may have been infected by the Wuhan coronavirus; if you live in the UK, call NHS 111 to get the proper medical advice and help. Remember not to turn up directly to hospital or GP surgery. You need to isolate yourself from others until you get proper medical help.

If you live in a country where you can't get proper medical support for Covid-19, you may continue reading this article to help increase your survival rate from the Wuhan coronavirus infection.

2. Drink plenty of water

Water helps loosen mucus in your lungs so it is easier for you to get it out and improve your breathing.

3. Use Breathing Aid or Ointment

If you have a breathing aid or respiratory device, use it to reduce breathing difficulties. Alternatively, you can use a breathing ointment like Breathe and Focus Oil. Formulated with menthol, eucalyptus, rosemary and thyme essential oils, this phyto-aromatherapy ointment helps ease breathing difficulties commonly associated with cold, flu, cough, asthma and pneumonia. Gently massage a few drops of Breathe and Focus Oil to your chest and apply 1 to 2 drops to a tissue or handkerchief then inhale the aroma. Repeat as often as necessary.

Studies showed that eucalyptus essential oil contains cineole that helps reduce inflammation and infection in the lungs. Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil has antiviral effects against coronavirus SARS. Rosemary essential oil has been shown to be effective against Klebsiella pneumoniae, a bacteria which causes pneumonia in humans and animals. Thyme essential oil has been shown to have antiviral activities against Influenza A virus (H1N1), while menthol with its cooling-effect has also been shown to reduce breathing difficulties. These essential oils may help you dealing with Covid-19 disease.

 

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If you don't have a breathing aid or ointment, use the steam from hot water to improve your breathing. Pour hot water into a cup or bowl and then breathe in the steam.

4. Eat Fresh Garlic and Ginger

Fresh garlic and ginger may help your body fight against coronaviruses. Studies suggest that both garlic and ginger have antiviral properties. Both may help increase your survival rate from Covid-19. Fresh ginger helps fight off the viral infection caused by human respiratory syncytial virus. Ginger may also help reduce the breathing difficulties. Garlic and ginger have excellent anti-inflammatory properties to help calm down the inflammation of the tiny sacs at the end of the breathing tubes in the lungs. For more information on how to eat fresh ginger and garlic, click this link.

If you don't have garlic and ginger, you can try turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, anti-inflammatory compound which has been shown to help reduce the severity of pneumonia caused by Influenza A virus (H1N1).

5. Take pain killers

Covid-19 can trigger a lot of pain in your body including chest pain when breathing. If the pain is getting unbearable, you can take paracetamol or ibuprofen. Paracetamol or ibuprofen may help reduce fever too. Make sure you are not allergic to paracetamol or ibuprofen before you take it.

6. Keep Trying To Get Proper Medical Help

Last but not least, as soon as you can, get medical help even if the symptoms are subsiding. Covid-19 is an extremely dangerous new disease that may require intensive medical treatment, even more so for young children, elderly people and people who also suffer with other diseases such as cancer, diabetes, lung and heart disease. Considering the current situation, the medical practitioners in your country may have been prepared to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak.

Kindly Help:

I hope this article can help millions people all across the world to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak when they can't get medical help. Please share with everyone who is at risk of being infected by the Wuhan coronavirus. Many thanks in advance!

Author:

Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with US, UK amd Canada at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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