Ibuprofen to weaken immune system against COVID19 (Coronavirus) use CBD as an alternative
It's obvious by now that the newer Coronavirus, COVID-19 (Sars-COV-2) is taking the world by storm like something you have seen in an apocalyptic movie. Businesses are shutting down, layoffs are happening and people are not able to get the testing they need in time to identify the virus. There are some remedies that are helping those affected to fight the virus and more than anything fight the anxiety of a world shut down. CBD in particular is helping many Americans sleep and deal with the anxiety that comes with the unknown future.
Over the counter medications are about as good as one can do at the moment with no vaccine and stores sold out of most flu meds.
Over-the-counter (OTC) medications are drugs that you can buy without a doctor’s prescription. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are drugs that help reduce inflammation, which often helps to relieve pain. In other words, they’re anti-inflammatory drugs.
For more information about anti-inflammatory drugs and alternatives view HERE.
Anti-inflammatories are important drugs that are used by millions of people around the world to help treat pain, different types of arthritis, headaches, sore throats and colds.
So why should we suddenly be cautious about using them? Especially during this widespread Virus COVID-19?
Despite all of their beneficial effects, it has long been known that anti-inflammatories can have a depressive effect on parts of our immune systems.
When it comes to taking them to help ease the symptoms of the common cold, we do not really have to worry about this slight but important reduction in the strength of our immune systems: We are very unlikely to develop complications from the common cold, let alone die from it.
We need our immune system in top working order in order to battle the coronavirus and win.
When the virus enters the human body, it induces mild to severe respiratory problems, a high fever, cough and, potentially, multi-organ dysfunction, which can lead to death.
An early part of our body's immune response to a virus of this sort is to release cells called mast cells, which form our first line of defense against the virus.
These are released very quickly from our respiratory tract - the nasal passageway and linings of the lungs.
When the mast cells come into contact with the virus, they then trigger a much bigger immune response, which involves inflammatory chemicals being released.
We need these inflammatory chemicals to help tackle the virus in the medium to long term. It is the effectiveness of these chemicals that decides whether a person develops complications from the coronavirus or makes a full recovery.
If we take medicines that dampen this immune response, such as ibuprofen, this can lead to us not fighting off the infection as effectively, potentially leading to a longer illness with a higher risk of complications.
Commonly used anti-inflammatories include ibuprofen, naproxen, diclofenac and steroids such as prednisolone.
Some people rely on these medications every day to help manage crippling pain and long-term health conditions.
Often anti-inflammatories are the only type of medication that can be used with some health conditions, so any changes to taking them should be discussed with your doctor first.
For some, it will have to be a careful balance between managing the symptoms of their long-term health condition and risking the devastating effects of the coronavirus.
An alternative medication for pain and fever may CBD.
We offer several strengths of CBD from 250mg/30ml bottle (8.3mg/serving) to 500mg/30ml bottle (16.6mg/serving to 1500mg/30ml bottle (50mg/serving).
Depending on your tolerance, metabolism, and marijuana use, the recommended dosage differs.
Try CBD for anxiety, sleep, fever reduction, and relaxation as the media has really hyped up this virus.
For questions, visit www.lonestargreencbd.com, or email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org.