COVID-19 Survival Guide

Updated: Dec 7, 2021

Dr. Terra Winston

Last updated: December 5th, 2021

Table of Contents:

The Past

The Present

Prevention is the Best Medicine

Help! I’ve Been Exposed, Now What?

The Past:

The novel coronavirus originated in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. The first case in the USA was diagnosed in Washington state on January 21st. COVID-19 has since been designated as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization.

The Present:

Washington State is currently on Phase III of reopening. Masks and social distancing are still required. Other states have fully opened, no masks required. Lucky them.

Prevention is the Best Medicine:

The best way to protect yourself is to keep your immune system strong and inflammation low. A focus on the foundations of health is the best way to achieve this.

Do these 5 things to keep your immune system at its best:

  1. Eat Healthy food- plant rich, organic when possible, minimal processing, high quality (grass fed, free range, hormone free) meat and fish. Eat enough, but not too much.

  2. Get Proper sleep- aim for 7-8hours per night minimum

  3. Practice Stress Management- set boundaries for work and play, take action on the stressors you can control and don't sweat the things you cannot change.

  4. Move Your Body- Stretch, walk, do a home workout class. My fav app for free, quick workouts is Nike Training Club.

  5. Find Joy Everyday- make time for play!

Want more tips like this? Check out my JumpStart to Wellness Guide HERE! You will get several action tips you can start today!

Help! I’ve been exposed. Now what?

Follow this guide, its basically the recommendations I've been giving my patients since April 2020 with great success. Take this to your doctor!


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*As a side note, I typically swap the aspirin for 2g fish oil. The point here to thin the blood and avoid the micro-clots that affect lung function. Fish oil is an excellent blood thinner. Please do not take any blood thinners if you are unsure if this is safe for you. As always, this is for informational purposes only and not to be interpreted as medical advice. Please talk to your doctor before starting any new treatment plans! Better yet, take this guide to them! Chances are they haven't seen it yet and might learn something!

And this one is for the absolute WORST case scenario of hospital admission... I really hope you don't need it but its better to be over prepared.

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And finally here is the comprehensive review on Ivermectin:

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If you live in Washington State and want direct guidance on treating or preventing infectious disease of any kind, please fill out my Prospective Patient Application HERE. I will be in touch within one week of receipt. Disclaimer: I will not accept new patients looking for Ivermectin ONLY.

Thanks for reading! Let me know in the comments if this was helpful!

Dr. Terra

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