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YOU Deserve to LIVE! How To Boost Your Immune System During Coronavirus: Best Foods, Actionable Tips, Immune System Boosters, Impactful Thoughts and Scientific Facts.
What do you do when the invisible enemy that can potentially kill you is 0.125 micron in size - the size of one-900th of the width of a human hair - and some people around you still believe that social distancing rules do not apply to them? How do you defend yourself? Boxing, Krav Maga, and other successful self-defence techniques will definitely not help. Are you fast enough to successfully cover yourself from someone else's sneeze? ARE YOU SURE you can close your eyes in time?
In the Coronavirus/Covid-19 era where credible and trusted information is critical, Manos Filippou, published author, best selling and highest rated course creator, and instructor of the new online course for companies and individuals "YOU Deserve to LIVE! How to Boost Your Immune System During Covid-19 [Backed by Science]", shares his thoughts about the next steps the medical community needs to take to find a vaccine for Coronavirus/Covid-19. In addition, he provides actionable tips as to how to boost your immune system before the next expected wave comes, including some very surprising facts!
Why The Medical Community Needs to Think Outside The Box
“It is impossible to produce superior performance unless you do something different.”
- John Templeton, American-born British Investor
When in May 2020 President Trump claimed he took an unproven drug for Covid-19 to prevent Coronavirus infection, he got the attention of the media and often the frustration of the medical community. In the fight against Coronavirus there are so many unknowns, that claims that are not fully supported by the medical community can often be confusing and questionable.
However, "when we are dealing with an invisible enemy, everyone is trying to figure things out, our options are limited, we are running out of time since people are dying, and the economy suffers, then the medical community needs to think outside of the box, and explore every possible scenario and theory that is worth taking a look at. Coronavirus has killed hundreds of thousands around the world, and another wave is expected according to health organizations. Since more and more people ignore social distancing rules, things will get tougher", says Manos Filippou, course developer and instructor of the new online course "YOU Deserve to LIVE! How to Boost Your Immune System During Covid-19 [Backed by Science]".
"I'm not a health professional" Mr. Filippou, says, "however, my focus is on research and scientific facts, and while I read hundreds and hundreds of studies, when I was developing my course in my effort to protect myself and my family, I found some very surprising information". One of the most surprising of Mr. Filippou's findings was in a 2003 study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism about cocaine and the fact that it may compromise the immune system and increase the risk of infection. While this information is not new, what is interesting about that study is that according to researchers, a protein called interleukin-6 (IL-6), responded less robustly to an immunological challenge in male and female abusers injected with cocaine than in those who received placebo, impairing the body’s defense system for at least 4 hours. Because cocaine stimulates the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, IL-6 suppression may be a consequence of corticosteroid release.
Why is this finding important?
Emerging data suggests that many patients infected with COVID-19 may die due to an excessive response of their immune system, including perfectly healthy individuals, causing what is called a “cytokine storm". A crucial role on these storms seems to be played by IL-6, whose increased levels in the serum have been correlated with respiratory failure, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), and adverse clinical outcomes. While there are efforts to suppress IL-6 with medicines developed for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and other medicine combinations, it seems that suppressing IL-6 without blocking vi
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