Waschen Sie Ihre Hände ist wichtig.
Das Virus überlebt an unseren Händen nur etwa 10 Minuten. In dieser Zeit können viele Dinge passieren, die Augen reiben, die Nase oder die Lippen berühren. Dadurch kann das Virus in Ihren Hals gelangen. Waschen Sie daher zu Ihrem Wohl und zum Wohl aller Ihre Hände sehr oft und desinfizieren Sie sie.
Sie können mit Desinfektionslösungen (d. H. Listerin oder Wasserstoffperoxid) gurgeln, die die Menge an Viren, die in den Hals gelangen können, eliminieren oder minimieren. Dadurch wird das Virus entfernt, bevor es in die Luftröhre und dann in die Lunge gelangt.
Desinfizieren Sie häufig berührte Dinge: Handy, Tastatur, Maus, Autolenkrad, Türklinke.
The easiest way to distinguish corona virus from a cold is that the COVID-19 infection does not cause a cold nose or a cold cough, but produces a dry and harsh cough. The virus is usually installed in the throat first, causing inflammation and a feeling of dryness. This symptom can last between 3 and 4 days. The virus then normally travels through the moisture present in the respiratory tract, enters the trachea and installs itself in the lungs, causing pneumonia that lasts about 5 or 6 days. Pneumonia manifests itself in high fever and difficulty breathing. The cold is not accompanied, but there may be a feeling of suffocation. In this case, the doctor should be called immediately. Experts recommend doing this simple check every morning: take a deep breath and hold your breath for 10 seconds. If this can be done without coughing and without difficulty, it shows that there is no fibrosis in the lungs, indicating the absence of infection. It is recommended to do this check every morning to detect infection. Prevention: The virus hates heat and dies if exposed to temperatures higher than 27ºC. Therefore, hot drinks such as infusions, broths or simply hot water should be consumed in abundance during the day. These hot liquids kill the virus and are easy to ingest. Avoid drinking ice water or drinks with ice cubes. Make sure your mouth and throat are always moist and never dry. You should drink a sip of water at least every 15 minutes. WHY? Even if the virus enters water or other liquids through the mouth, it is flushed down the esophagus straight into the stomach, where stomach acids destroy the virus. If there is not enough water, the virus can get into the trachea, and from there into the lungs, where it is very dangerous. For those who can, sunbathing. The sun's UV rays kill the virus and the vitamin D is good for you. The corona virus is large in size (400-500 nanometers in diameter) so face masks can stop it. No special face masks are needed in daily life. If an infected person sneezes nearby, stay 11 feet away so the virus falls to the ground and not on you. If the virus is on hard surfaces, it survives about 12 hours. When touching hard surfaces such as doors, appliances, railings, etc., hands should be thoroughly washed and/or disinfected with alcohol-based gel. Nested in clothing and tissue, the virus can live between 6 and 12 hours. Common detergents can kill it. Things that cannot be washed should be exposed to the sun and the virus will die. Transmission of the virus is usually through direct infection, touching cloth, fabric or materials on which the virus is present.
Washing your hands is important.
The virus only survives on our hands for about 10 minutes. Many things can happen during this period, rubbing the eyes, touching the nose or lips. This allows the virus to get into your throat. Therefore, for your own good and for the good of all, wash your hands very often and disinfect them.
You can gargle with disinfectant solutions (i.e. Listerine or hydrogen peroxide), which eliminates or minimizes the amount of viruses that can get down your throat. This will remove the virus before it gets to the windpipe and then the lungs.
Disinfect frequently touched things: mobile phone, keyboard, mouse, car steering wheel, doorknobs.