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Preventive measures for deadly swine flu

Updated on March 17, 2014

Salmon Fish Provide Omega-3 Fatty Acid

H1n1 Virus

The average age of those who had contracted H1N1virus is around 25 years of age ,the hallmark of the virus capable of causing a global pandemic.

The incubation period of H1N1 is one to five days

over half of those who have suffered from increased bouts of diarrhoea besides severe respiratory distress conditions like pneumonia.responding to the TOI questions on they say about this virus?WHO'S assistant directo -general Dr KEIJI FUKUDA said from Geneva "we do not still know why this infection is showing up more in younger population than those below 60's .The average age of the infected are of mid 20's .This could be because more young people travel causing them to be infected .


Protect yourself from swine flu

Paniced about swine flu? though It's true that a few cases have been reported internationally and that it is, indeed, contagious and are infecting people . But we're here to make you feel better rather than making you panic about the virus Swine flu viruses can spread from person-to-person, but in the past, this was cutailed and not sustained beyond three people.

How can one "catch" swine flu it is the same way you get sick from other flu viruses either from person to person through coughing or sneezing . One could also be infected by touching thing with flu viruses on it and then touching your mouth or nostrils You don't get swine flu from eating pork or pork products. Eating properly handled and cooked pork products is safe

How can we stay healthy?

Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Also, try to stay in good general health and do not panic or assume that you are infected or you may get infected as it may in general harm your heath in worry. Get your sleep, stay physically active, manage your stress, drink fluids, and eat nutritious food if possible do lot of breathing exercise as it helps you to get lot of oxygen into you and keep your body cells active to repel any outward source to bring harm to you Another important fact which may sounds silly, but try not touch surfaces that may be contaminated with the flu virus and avoid close contact with people who are sick. There's no vaccine at the moment, but follow other tips provided above as a safety measure.

Some tips for taking fish oil

*Consumption of OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID helps to keep one safe from all viral attacks and other similar problems.

we can buy the fatty acid capsules from the chemist .

Make sure you get a high quality, refined product . Do not take your fish oils on an empty stomach - take them right before a meal - if possible, take them at night before bedtime with a snack. Freeze liquid fish oil - this will help prevent oxidation. If you take more than four fish oil pills per day, divide them up through out the day instead of taking them all at once.

Flax seed is currently by far the largest source of plant-based omega-3.fatty acid for those who are vegetarian .

So try to be protected than falling prey to this virus .


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