There is no cure for the disease, and if you have symptoms of the virus, the symptoms can last up to a week, and you may not know if you are infected.
In addition, you can develop severe dehydration, headaches, fatigue and memory loss.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t get the help you need.
If you are worried about staying healthy and if there are no treatments available, here are a few tips:Take a short nap before you go to bed.
This is because dehydration can be extremely bad for your brain.
Take a bath or shower and feel a little better before bedtime.
There are a lot of things you can do to help keep your brain functioning.
If you are feeling dizzy, dizzy or nauseous, take a short, deep breath and slowly inhale for a minute or two.
This helps keep your blood pressure down.
Try using a mask if you feel dizzy.
This helps reduce your risk of COVID.
The National Institute of Health recommends that you get a flu shot at least every two years, if not sooner.
If not, get one.
And if you need help getting your family vaccinated, you might want to talk to your doctor.
He or she can recommend a vaccine at no charge, and can make recommendations for what doses you should get.