Are you flipping out about Coronavirus? I must admit, I wasn’t. Then it finally got to me. The constant news stories, cases popping up closer and closer to home, flights being cancelled and finally my daughter’s university shut down until after Easter. And she lives in Europe.
I intend to travel to Australia in May and I am hearing stories of people in Sydney getting up at the crack of dawn to stock up on food and toilet paper. Yup, it’s come down to fighting over toilet paper. Time to get worried for me.
I started doing Totally Immune 7 years ago. My daughter’s 11th birthday was the last time I really got sick. In the last 7 years I have had one cold and it lasted a few days. It’s weird. When I tell people, I haven’t been sick in 7 years, everyone of them has said, “You’re so lucky.”
Lucky? Not one person has asked how. I would want to know how to get that lucky. Perhaps no one really wants to know given that no one asks, but I’m going to write it anyway. Perhaps avoiding coronavirus might pique interest.
I do many of the standard things to stay healthy. Eat a plant-based diet, exercise, vitamins, sleep, handwashing, etc. I think it’s fair to say that even doing those things does not exclude you from picking up a virus from time to time. Sometimes you just get sick.
Your immune system is always hard at work. Unbeknownst to you, it is constantly killing viruses. But when it gets compromised due to stress, lack of sleep, poor lifestyle choices (you know, life) and can’t do its job properly, the virus wins. Most people have accepted colds and flus as unavoidable once or twice a year. I am not one of those people.
Am I a pillar of living a healthy lifestyle? Not exactly. I do my best to do the things I just mentioned, but I am far from perfect. I indulge. I enjoy alcohol and sugar sometimes. I often work too much or stay up too late binge-watching Netflix. I travel quite a bit. You know, the fun stuff.
I also taught children.
Sometimes I would be in a kindergarten every day for hours exposed to not-the-most conscientious folks about covering their mouths and noses when coughing and sneezing. I mention this because being around sick kids everyday proved to me that what I was doing was working.
Is it genetics? Nope. My family gets sick like everyone else. What I do is Totally Immune. It works. It is effective for a variety of reasons.
The Top 3 Reasons Why It Works:
It realigns my thoughts and focus & puts me in the driver’s seat of my health
My energy goes into activating my immune system
Switches on my Vagus response & puts a break on my stress, fight-flight system= activating my immune system
The best part? You can do it too. Right now, and you only need your brain.
If you’d like to know how to use Totally Immune and keep your immune system at its best check out this video.