How to Protect Yourself Now and Stay Healthy During the Spreading Crisis of Swine Flu.

Swine Flu World Crisis

Governments are scrambling world wide to prepare their medical facilities for the coming pandemic of swine flu. The best thing you can do for yourself is stay calm and boost your protection. This article will show you exactly what you need to do to increase your odds of staying healthy.

How Does the Swine Flu Spread? Like most viruses, this one is spread through person to person contact, or via microscopic droplets sprayed by coughing or sneezing. So the very first line of defense against this flu, or any flu is simple and basic… practice good hygiene.

Aside from this article, the best place to get up to date information on this flu is the "Center for Disease Control" website (CDC)

Here are some things that you can do to make sure you don't get the virus.

  1. Wash your hands. – If washing in public facilities, don't touch any surface with your bare hands. This means turning taps off with a paper towel after washing and opening the washroom door with a paper towel as well.Carrying a little bottle of alcohol based hand sanitizer is a good idea to use after washing, and when hand washing facilities are not available.
  2. Wear a mask- you can purchase face masks at the local drug store. Please be aware that the mask only traps droplets that go forward, but in the event of a cough or a sneeze, droplets carrying viral particles can often escape out the sides of the mask. Also change the mask frequently. Remember these are paper masks and eventually the droplets will work their way to the outside THROUGH the paper.
  3. Dispose of tissues and masks properly. If you have flu-like symptoms, use tissues and dispose of them in a plastic bag, tied off and placed in the trash or incinerator.
  4. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, and stay hydrated. Nutrition is crucial as it gives your immune system the building blocks to work with while it tries to fight off this virus.
  5. Purchase a supplement that has anti-viral effect. Zeolite is an ideal supplement because it has demonstrated anti-viral action, and it ALSO removes heavy metals and foreign chemicals. This has the added benefit of freeing your immune system from focusing on foreign chemicals, so it can now focus on killing virus particles. Just remember that all zeolite supplements are not effective. It is important to choose the right one. Otherwise you may just be spending your money and still be without protection. Find out more about zeolite here.
  6. Boost your immune system. There are a number of supplements that claim to boost your immune system. Here are what I consider the most important. Echinacea and zinc, which can be purchased at your local pharmacy should be at the top of your list. Also, add some vitamin C to your cart. Finally you should have a potent agaricus blazei product. Agaricus is the most potent of the mushroom family for immune boosting properties. It is especially effective in boosting the Natural Killer Cells of your immune system whose sole function is to kill mutating cells (cancer) and foreign invaders (viruses and bacteria). Like zeolite, all agaricus blazei supplements are not equal. Find out more about agaricus blazei here.

    Following these steps should keep the Swine Flu virus away, but even if you do happen to get sick, you should have enough boost to keep the swine flu from making you another statistic.


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11 Comments on ->Flu Protection

  1. shabbir sikora says:

    please give us more detail any update comes

  2. m p revathyh says:

    when their are going to launch the immunisation for this swine flu. please let us know when this immunisation

  3. hi friends ,
    take care u r body for tension of swineflu
    for some time infection , dont take other hand in u r hand ,
    dont go to near any virul person who is trubling from swinflu,
    and wear a good mask for some period .

  4. sekhar says:

    what I listen is the persons who have aids that persons have no risk about swineflu

  5. urvi says:

    HI friends,
    As I have listened that it is a very dangerous flu.
    so please take care and as it is said that

  6. harshapriyank says:

    hi friends be careful everyday everytime everysecond that u live

  7. sybil says:

    my coson just pased away from swine flu she was 30years old.

  8. Ravinder Sharma says:

    All The Student Please you Are Foocue to this Flu Because this Is Very Denger Swine flu .

  9. uday verlekar says:

    it is dangerous ,and it will affecting each and every one

  10. Skeptic says:

    I warn readers that much of the information on this site is speculative, paranoid garbage and should be taken with grains of salt.

    Three separate articles offer an explanation for the origin of H1N1 (Brockwell-Staats et al., 2009; Kingsford et al., 2009; Smith et al., 2009). The explanation is based on facts, including gene sequences of previously known influenza viruses. While it is possible that H1N1 was engineered, there is no direct evidence of this. The best explanation for H1N1 is a natural origin.

    One virologist, Adrian Gibbs, hypothesized that H1N1 escaped from a lab. He has stated that he is uncertain of this and that it is simply a plausible hypothesis. The WHO has responded that the hypothesis does not stand to scrutiny (Hitt, 2009).

    Brockwell-Staats C, Webster RG, Webby RJ. (2009) Diversity of Influenza Viruses in Swine and the Emergence of a Novel Human Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1). Influenza Other Respi Viruses. 3: 207 – 213.
    [PMID: 19768134]

    Hitt E. (May 14, 2009) Novel H1N1 Flu a Naturally Circulating Virus, Not From a Laboratory. Medscape Medical News.

    Kingsford C, Nagarajan N, Salzberg SL. (2009) 2009 Swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) resembles previous influenza isolates. PLoS One. 4: e6402.

    Smith GJ, Vijaykrishna D, Bahl J, Lycett SJ, Worobey M, Pybus OG, Ma SK, Cheung CL, Raghwani J, Bhatt S, Peiris JS, Guan Y, Rambaut A. (2009) Origins and evolutionary genomics of 2009 swine-origin H1N1 influenza A epidemic. Nature. 459: 1122 – 1125.


    A simple summary of the three articles offering an explanation for 2009/H1N1’s natural origin follows.

    Influenza A virus genome consists of 8 negative sense ssRNA segments: M, NA, PB1, PB2, PA, NP, NS and HA. Influenza viruses change by reassortment, which occurs when two different influenza viruses infect one cell and RNA segments are mixed. Pigs are thought to be reassortment vessels for influenza because they can be infected by swine, avian and mammalian strains (Webster et al., 1992).

    Pandemic 2009/H1N1 resulted through reassortment between Eurasian swine H1N1 (ES-H1N1) and triple reassortment swine H1N2 (TRS-H1N2). The M and NA segments came from the ES-H1N1 and other 6 came from TRS-H1N2.

    TRS-H1N2 has been circulating in North America since 1998. It has PB1 and NA segments from human H3N2 influenza; PA and PB2 segments from avian influenza; NP, M, NS and HA segments from classical H1N1 swine influenza. When ES-H1N1 and TRS-H1N2 reassorted, the M and NA segments from H1N1 were packaged with the six other segments from H1N2. 2009/H1N1 is this new 2+6 ‘package’ of gene segments.

    Webster RG, Bean WJ, Gorman OT, Chambers TM, Kawaoka Y. (1992) Evolution and ecology of influenza A viruses. Microbiol Rev. 56: 152 – 179.

  11. John says:

    It doesn’t matter whether Swine Flu was concocted or developed as a result of environmental toxins. There is clear evidence it is a total scam! This is based onn the fact that a bunch of hired guns from vaccination companies carefully orchestrated a panic in governments, suggesting that millions of people would die from this virus. Well, in Australia, the facts are clear. 172 deaths from swine flu last year vs 2,623 deaths from influenza in 2007. The UK has £1.14billion of unneeded vaccines to dump and the Australian government $21m worht of useless vaccines. Worse still, they want to inject this stuff into every child over 6 months old!

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