Got Mild Coronavirus Symptoms? Tips On What To Do
- Published on: Thursday, March 19, 2020
- **THESE ARE SUGGESTIONS FOR THOSE WHO SHOW MILD SYMPTOMS, NOT SERIOUS SYMPTOMS. IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS AND NOT SURE, CALL YOUR PHYSICIAN OR MEDICAL PRACTITIONER. STAY CALM AND DON'T PANIC. TAKE A DEEP BREATH. DON'T LET ANXIETY OR FEAR OVERTAKE YOU.**
**MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: This video is for informational purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis and treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions regarding your medical condition.**
It’s hard to escape news on the Coronavirus and not get sucked in by the latest updates. We have gone into self-quarantine, canceled events, canceled travel, work from home, run away when anyone sneezes or coughs.
Some of us now know people who are showing Coronavirus symptoms - fever, cough, aches and pains, fatigue, headache, shortness of breath. If these symptoms are MILD, then you should stay home and treat it as though it were the regular flu. Call your regular physician or call telehealth provider. You want to definitely get ahead of it and drink lots of liquids and get plenty of rest.
In this video, I share 12 tips that you can implement at home should you start to develop COVID-19 symptoms. Don't panic. Everything is going to be fine. Many of us will develop mild symptoms that will not be fatal. There are some simple steps that we can all take to ensure that we don't get others sick. Coronavirus anxiety is real and should be taken seriously but know that you can create a different mindset and change your approach to how you view this illness. We will get through this.
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