Virus and thin blood, exercise, foods, meds

Foods that help thin the blood

Turmeric, ginger, garlic, pineapple, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, Dong Quai,  grape seed extract, gingko, Vitamin E, feverfew

Exercise that thin the blood

Standing  squat with deep slow breathing thru nose , breath IN and breath OUT thru the mouth

 

http://www.sciencedaily.com › releases › 2013/04

Apr 1, 2013 – Moreover, the absence of PAR-1 signaling was associated with a slower response to the virus of the innate immune soon after viral infection. The …


Thin blood: Causes, symptoms, and treatment

 

May 12, 2018 – Viral infections, such as HIV, hepatitis C, mumps, rubella, or the Epstein-Barr virus may cause platelet numbers to fall. Bone marrow disorders, …

Hematuria – Harvard Health

http://www.health.harvard.edu › a_to_z › hematuria-a-to-z

 

Feb 14, 2019 – Hematuria is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. … the ureters (the narrow tubes connecting each kidney to the bladder), it can cause … trauma or strenuous exercise, recent viral or bacterial infections, the medications …

Japanese Researchers to Test Blood Thinner For Virus …

http://www.bloomberg.com › news › articles › japanese-resea…

 

Mar 18, 2020 – blood thinner used to treat pancreatitis and kidney disease has been identified as a potential therapy for coronavirus patients, with clinical …

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13 Tips for Using Blood Thinners – WebMD

http://www.webmd.com › DVT › Feature Stories

 

Apr 21, 2015 – Ask your doctor what you should do if you accidentally miss a dose of your blood thinner. 2. Be more careful when you exercise or are doing …

Hughes syndrome – Better Health Channel

http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au › ConditionsAndTreatments

 

Sep 30, 2012 – Treatment includes medications to thin the blood and prevent platelets … that a percentage of patients have had a recent viral or bacterial infection, … such as quitting cigarettes, eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

Hughes Syndrome (Antiphospholipid Syndrome): Symptoms …

http://www.healthline.com › health › hughes-syndrome

 

Aug 31, 2018 – Hughes syndrome, also known as “sticky blood syndrome” or antiphospholipid … Having certain viral or bacterial infections, like E. coli or the … like not getting enough exercise and eating a diet high in cholesterol — and … may be prescribed a low-dose aspirin or a daily dose of the blood thinner heparin.

What You Should Know Before Taking New Blood Thinners …

health.usnews.com › Patient Advice

 

Oct 13, 2016 – Yet despite the ability of anticoagulants to prevent dangerous blood clots and stroke, … [See: 7 Signs You Should Stop Exercising Immediately.] … situations when there is a need to reverse Pradaxa’s bloodthinning effects.

Exercise on blood thinner medications- A Physical Therapist …

http://www.starspt.org › exercise-blood-thinner-medications-…

 

Blood thinner medications are prescribed to patients who suffer from deep vein thrombosis (blood clot), pulmonary embolism (blood clot has migrated to the …

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Polycythemia Vera | National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute …

http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov › health-topics › polycythemia-vera

 

Polycythemia vera is a rare blood disease in which the body makes too many red blood cells, making the blood thicker than normal and causing blood clots.

Love more spank less, whole foods not med, books not guns

Love more spank less, whole foods not medications, books not guns

Waking up early to go to school with no breakfast

No love and empathy at home

With noise from around him

When he was in his mother’s womb, he was medicated.

And came out to this world with no real love and bonding

Accessible weapons for mass murder abound

Using it to execute his evil thoughts for many years

Brewing in his mind from listening to hateful remarks of the President

And then it happened, many students and teachers died.

Can we prevent this from happening?

Japan and Australia have zero deaths from guns

While the USA tops the world in gun deaths of its citizens

And the White House admin promoting hate and intolerance

Instill love, hope and tolerance

Bond, show your love and support your children

Do not tolerate bad behavior starting when they are young

To instill love and not hate

To respect teachers , animals and all human beings

To tolerate all sexes, races, religion and beliefs

There is  greater wisdom for children raised with love and tolerance.

They grew up compassionate and caring for people and things around them.

 

 

Some countries give incentives for couples to have babies

Almost half of the world faces the same demographic problem: not enough babies are being born to keep up with an aging population. As a result, countries have been trying all kinds of measures to get their citizens in the mood for procreating. Japan is spending about ¥3 billion ($29.3 million) on matchmaking events and robot babies that might inspire couples to want one of their own. Saucy ad campaigns in Denmark and Singapore remind couples that they have a civic duty inside as well as outside of the bedroom.

For many, the best aphrodisiac may be more practical: baby supplies, money, cars, or refrigerators. Of course, experts are still arguing over whether governments can effectively raise birth rates through encouragement and incentives. And while these measures aren’t likely to be what tips the demographic balance in aging countries, they may contribute to “broader attributes, such as the degree of family-friendliness of a society,” according to demographer Jon Hoem.

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Goodie bags

Finland gives away a maternity package of various warm-weather clothes, pajamas, and books to families of newborns—or a cash grant of €140. And Singapore has just announced that every baby born in 2015 will get a small bag of gifts, that could include a baby sling, sippy cup, and a diaper bag—people are still voting on what items they want in the bags. (The Singaporean government says the gifts are for celebrating 25 years since the establishment of Singapore, not necessarily boosting birth rates.)

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Connie’s comments: My sister who had her first-born in Singapore received monthly allowance for nanny care from the government.