Dear Reader,

The coronavirus is all over the news.  The outbreak is spreading, and some are panicking. Instead of losing you mind, why not protect yourself and your loved ones by preparing for the worst, but hoping for the best?

By that, I mean take care of your health.  Your health is your wealth. Being healthy and keeping your body in good shape will save you a lot of money on healthcare down the road and it will also be a tool in your chest to fight the coronavirus.  There’s no reason to be fearful if you can fortify your body to take on the virus if you are exposed. 

To help prevent the contraction of the virus in the first place, take steps to ensure your immune system is a strong as it can be.  Cut back on alcohol and nicotine, get enough sleep, and eat a healthy well-balanced diet low in sugars and processed foods. To get enough sleep, consider eliminating caffeine before bedtime too.  Switch to decaf if you must enjoy a cup of coffee before bed.

In addition to enhancing your lifestyle in support of your immune system, you should carry hand sanitizer with you and use it frequently.  Make sure it has a high alcohol content, so it’ll kill germs.  You should also make hand washing a habit and teach it to your children.  Washing with hot soapy water before you eat or touch your face, mouth or eyes, is one of the best proven ways to avoid catching a virus. You should also encourage your children to bury their coughs and sneezes in their elbows to prevent spreading germs when they are in public.

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    As for face masks, wear one if you’d like, but unless it fits snug to the face, research suggests it won’t be effective.  So surgical masks are a waste of money unless you already have the virus and don’t want to spread it to others.

    Doing these few things will help keep you healthy, which in turn, will keep you out of the hospital and away from the high cost of using the American healthcare system. As you age, the better condition you can preserve the body in, the better off your finances will be.  Wealthy people regularly make their health a priority, and if you choose to be wealthy, emulating them is a great first step.

    As I have mentioned before, wealthy people workout at least four times a week, shun sugars and processed foods, watch less than an hour of TV per day, and make sure they get enough sleep for their bodies’ needs. These are overall good suggestions for anyone looking to improve their physical health and make their immune system stronger.

    Stay healthy!

    Best Regards,

    James Davis

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