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Help Prevent and or Heal Covid-19  Especially for Health Care Providers

As of September 20, nearly 200,000 people have died in the United States from COVID-19, with 6.79 million reported cases. Throughout the world, 980,000 deaths and 30.8 million cases have been reported. While the world develops a vaccine to prevent people from contracting this devastating infectious disease, the three Ws help with prevention: Wear a face mask, Wash your hands, and Watch and maintain social distancing.

For Health Care Providers, we must address the fourth W: Wellness. And by that, we don’t just stay free of Covid-19 – we mean stay free of the excessive stress that makes that dangerous battle so much harder. In the current COVID-19 environment, Health Care Providers are suffering from the most stressful conditions of their careers, and in most cases the most stressful conditions of their lives.

The CDC has identified pre-existing chronic health conditions like hypertension, obesity, cancer,  cardiovascular disease  and lung disease (in particular Asthma and COPD) that are underlying conditions for numerous COVID-19 patients.  Asthma already makes breathing difficult for more than 25 million Americans. About 15 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD, an obstructive lung disease that over time makes it harder to breathe (American Lung Association Impact April 2, 2020). Health Care Providers who have asthma, COPD, and/or emotional issues and are wearing masks all day at work face increased anxiety and stress, which significantly compromises their immune system and lung effectiveness.

Joe Schechtman has worked with youth and adults for over 30 years helping them significantly reduce their stress and heal their traumas, including PTSD with birth trauma, physical/sexual abuse, asthma, and COVID-19.

Joe offers a free COVID-19 Prevention Assessment that includes 13 critical factors: stress level, immune system, fatigue, lung efficiency, breathing capacity, comfort with a mask, self-esteem, confidence at work, negative triggers, hydration, meridians blocked, brain dominance, and peace with life. He measures these factors at Jan 1, 2020 (pre-COVID-19) and at their current date.

To receive this assessment, contact Joe at

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