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Agree or disagree, we need to get back to work. We’re not trying to provoke a Thanksgiving like debate about testing, vaccination or the greater good. We just believe that the longer we wait to face our new reality, the more we have to lose.
New reality? We’re all going to reenter a world where COVID-19 still exists, and where vaccination and mass testing are not ready. That means that the risk of contracting COVID-19 will still be our new reality and our most vulnerable will still need to take precautions.
On the bright-side and as a result of our brave men and women on the front lines… survival rates are increasing, and several treatments are promising.
If you’re still reading this and we hope that you are, what we say next may come across as tough love… but love, nonetheless.
As we look back on it all, there are facts we all need to face. This is one of the most contagious viruses ever known and as hard as its been, social distancing has been effective. It preys on those with compromised immune systems due to age, lifestyle or genetic predisposition.
Regardless of age, if you have Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity or Cancer, you’re at greater risk. Now for the tough love, most of these conditions are lifestyle related and to a certain degree can be prevented.
We said love and we mean it… so what can we do?
The most promising treatments are using the immune system to fight the virus, (see; Hydroxychloroquine or Remdesivir) and there are things you can do to strengthen yours.
How to strengthen your immune system according to Harvard University:
- Don’t smoke
- Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables
- Exercise regularly
- Maintain a healthy weight
- If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation
- Get adequate sleep
- Take steps to avoid infection, such as washing your hands frequently and cooking meats thoroughly
- Try to minimize stress
Scott and I founded Trek CBD to help people address many of the items on the list above and CBD can help with:
Medical News Today – researchers believe that there may be a link between the activation of the CB1 receptors and obesity… CBD works with the endocannabinoid system and CB1 receptors
In a 2013 study… participants who received CBD reduced the number of cigarettes they smoked by about 40%, while the placebo group saw no reduction in the number of cigarettes smoked.
Boosting the immune system
CBD possesses anti-inflammatory properties, which can be helpful in boosting the immune system by reducing inflammation
Reducing pain and speeding recovery with exercise
Haven’t exercised in a while or starting a new routine… CBD is a way to help patients recover from exercise-related injuries… CBD penetrates transdermally to reduce inflammation in the injured tissues…
Getting to sleep and staying asleep
American Sleep Association states… CBD has been found to have potential health benefits for symptoms like insomnia
Achieving a sense of calm to reduce Anxiety and depression.
A 2015 analysis concluded that CBD oil is a promising treatment for numerous forms of anxiety, including social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our mission is to help people experience the many therapeutic benefits of CBD through Education, Quality, and Value and that has never been more relevant.
- Curious about CBD, but don’t know where to start, let’s talk…
- Wanting help putting together a plan for your journey to wellness, let’s talk…
- Need help paying for your CBD, let’s talk…
Finishing where we started, we know some will agree with our thoughts and some will not. Our intent and focus is your well-being and we want to help you, be a better you.
We respect and welcome everyone’s point of view and hope that you share yours.
Be well, stay safe and please let us know how we can help.