How to Prepare and get ready to fight Corona Virus

Coronavirus cases are increasing near you. It is not 100% possible to wash your hands every 15 min or sanitize hands or keep a distance from the people who are sick as you don’t know, who might be carrying the virus around you. So it is better to get prepared in all possible way to fight this.

WHO has made this a pandemic and has issued the warning that the virus’s will spread in the countries and it is inevitable. Even though you try not be panic while the outbreak is becoming serious public health concern and the majority of those who contract the coronavirus do not become seriously ill, and only a small percentage require intensive care. Still it’s time to prepare your home and family as case in your community is affected and deaths are being reported.

Here’s what one can do:

Stock up some Herbal remedies

Stock up on plenty of foods item including green vegetables and food that has Vitamin C

Stock up home supplies, medicine

keep your distance from people

If you have to shake hands, make a trip to washroom and wash it with Soap and keep your hands clean

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers, which should be rubbed in for     about 20 seconds, can also work, but the gel must contain at least 60 percent alcohol.


Stay home (definitely if sick) if possible to avoid public

Face masks is not a bad idea as you don’t know if you are a transporter.

Get the flu shot and keep some cold medicines


Try to Eat more vegetables, fruits and eat home cooked hot food.

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Few notes :-
Eat a garlic in the morning with empty stomach
Drink warm water when you got up in the morning and add a lemon to it.
Keep your home room temperature up.
avoid cold Food and cold water.
donot always drink warm water as it will have less oxygen.
Do a minimum of 30min brisk walk everyday (10,000 steps).
Exercise regularly.

Do 30 min breathing exercise (any pranayam)

There is no evidence that gargling warm water with salt or vinegar “eliminates” the coronavirus, a claim that has gone viral as part of a meme — the one with the glowing blue man — in multiple languages. It suggests that the coronavirus lingers in the throat for days before it reaches the lungs, and that a good gargle can stop the virus in its tracks.


That’s not true. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that gargling salty, warm water is one of many ways to soothe a sore throat, but there is no evidence that doing this will kill the coronavirus.

Herbal home remedies to help increase immune system and keep you healthy