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Melatonin and COVID-19

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Q: I’m seeing chatter around a study re: melatonin and COVID-19 prevention and recovery. Should we be taking melatonin every night? What’s an appropriate amount to avoid disrupting our sleep hormones TOO much and having a dose that might actually help?” A: TL;DR: Sufficient restorative sleep is essential for a healthy immune system. Melatonin, which

Is there any truth that ivermectin prevents or lessens the severity of COVID-19?

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A. So far, we still have no evidence from well-designed randomized clinical trials (RCTs) that ivermectin is safe and effective for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19. However, several RCTs are currently underway which will hopefully provide us with an answer to this important question. ➡️What is ivermectin? Ivermectin (Iv) is a drug FDA-approved for

Is Bamlanivimab effective in the treatment of COVID-19?

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A: Currently, the evidence is not yet clear, and we need lots more data. The FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for bamlanivimab use in non-hospitalized patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 on November 9th. Bamlanivimab is a neutralizing monoclonal antibody that targets the spike protein on the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The goal of neutralizing

Well, here it is. I got COVID19. What can I do to take care of myself?

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A: Taking care of yourself and focusing on getting better is priority #1! Get rest, stay hydrated, isolate physically but connect emotionally, and watch out for warning signs. COVID19 is widespread and more and more folks are getting sick. Now is a good time to remind ourselves of the basics of self-care when diagnosed with

¿Cuáles son las posibilidades de que me recupere totalmente si tengo un caso de COVID con síntomas?

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R: En promedio alrededor de 80% de las personas que tienen COVID con síntomas van a recuperarse sin ser hospitalizados. PERO, su calidad de vida puede variar. Uno de los temas que estudian los epidemiólogos es la “historia natural” de una enfermedad, o cómo una enfermedad determinada progresa en los individuos de principio a fin.