Michelle she knew, she had me complaining all the time, she claimed she wasn't alcohol dependent because she only drank after 5pm. This went on for 8 yrs. But anyway I never really noticed my P getting worse when I did use to drink, but I've been on Bio's for 16 yrs now & the one I'm on now is the best :)
I just hope i dont have to wait long for help, as i am an emergency case or i be out of work. i hope to be in this week but who knows?, Now we are level 3 also i beieve , Just hope i can get in quick,Dosnt help people mingling on beaches now all close up together spreading the virus, look in the british papers unbelievable
Michelle we have four seasons in Canada! Our summers are from June to September and we can get up to 40 degrees C! Usually July and August are the hottest months. May and October are also usually lovely, mild months. The dreaded winter is from December to March but we do lots of activities outside such as chop our wood from our forest, snowshoe, take long walks in the forest... and drink wine! (Just me that last bit!). Right now I’m gardening all day. We grow our potatoes for the whole year plus zillions of tomatoes (125 plants this year!), beans, peas, carrots, cucumbers, melons, zucchini, kohlrabi, lettuce... so keeping very busy! What are you up to other than drinking?!
I am about to be tested this afternoon for Covid-19. I have my fingers and toes crossed for a negative result. I had bronchitis about a month ago so I think it may be a flare up of that. I am very over being unwell though. I seem to catch everything going around probably because of the immune suppressant medication I am on.
Other than making sure you take vitamins to boost your immune system, I don't think you really can do anything else to withstand the virus other than stay indoors. There are many 'healthy' people who have succumbed to this and, conversely, many 'high risk' people who have survived.
It might be different as I'm on biologics which suppresses the immune system but I'm already on the NHS 'High Risk' list so I'm not meant to be going out for 12 weeks - I've already done a month 'inside' so another 2 months to go. At the rate things are going, I don't think the lockdown will be released within the next 6 weeks! I still go out for walks though as I don't believe in hogging home delivery slots when I'm perfectly capable of shopping for myself and can take the appropriate precautions unlike the older high risk people who really need it!
Take vitamins to make sure your body's immune system is still strong and accept any malfunctions the skin will produce as it may cause flare ups. I'd rather accept a bit of a flare up to contracting the virus as a flare up should be temporary as contracting COVID-19 might be permanent...
Make sure you're covered up accordingly as the virus will survive on the skin and clothes for a few hours and wash your hands and any exposed skin as necessary - and wear a mask and sunglasses if and when you go outside. That's all I'd recommend...Sorry, a bit of a ramble...!