The omicron type of coronavirus has been identified as a type of concern by the World Health Organization. Although it is not clear whether omicron can be transmitted more than other types such as delta, preliminary evidence from the WHO suggests the virus may be at risk of re-infection in its new form. This means that people who have already been infected with Covid-19 may be more susceptible to re-infection with Omicron. The variant is currently causing widespread infections, forcing people to return to work on their immune system.
The WHO advises individuals to use proven public health and social strategies to reduce the risk of COVID-19, such as wearing a properly fitting mask, hand hygiene, physical distance, increasing internal ventilation, avoiding crowded places, and vaccinating.
Moreover, individuals are concerned about the epidemic until new types and mutations continue to emerge until the epidemic is over. Although no symptoms or risk factors have been reported by this new type, there is no evidence of how our bodies will react in the long run. Therefore, they are left with the question: does the body’s immune system need to be constantly evolving to cope with new and potentially dangerous coronavirus types to prevent this epidemic?
The co-founder of Ayushakti, Dr. Smita Naram answers this question in a conversation with Hindustan Times. In her opinion, one sensible measure and precautionary measure is for people to replenish their immune system and be aware of physical changes. She added, “Our immune system needs to evolve and become more resilient to prevent new virus attacks, especially since it is also a cold climate in India.”
In addition, Drs. Norm suggested that a person should follow a basic and balanced healthy routine and, on a daily diet, follow regular detox programs such as fasting once a week or cleansing through the Greens Diet.