Fluvoxamine and Ivermectin: Early treatment for COVID-19 is key to better outcomes (May 2022)

Although the vaccine rollout is greatly reducing the number of people who get seriously ill and are hospitalized with COVID-19, no vaccine offers 100% protection, and new mutations and variants of the virus such as Delta and Omicron are appearing all the time. So it's still important to find new treatments for the illness.  In this article, we will cover 2 popular treatments i.e. Fluvoxamine and Ivermectin. Fluvoxamine  One of them, the generic drug fluvoxamine, has shown huge potential. Developed 40 years ago as an antidepressant, fluvoxamine—sometimes known as Luvox (brand name) - has been used mainly to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), per the  National Alliance on Mental Illness  (NAMI). But now, researchers are taking a closer look at how the medication could be an important treatment to prevent patients who test positive for COVID-19 from getting seriously ill with the infection. In May 2022, the Food and Drug Administration  denied  an emergency use

How to Prevent and Reduce Cytokine Storm Naturally at Home

We know that while a large percentage of the population only experiences mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 and won’t require hospitalization, others experience severe symptoms and complications, require hospitalization, or may even die. The cytokine storm may be one possible way to explain the severe reaction of those in our hospitals. This may also explain why younger people and those with a healthy immune system and without preexisting health conditions tend to have an easier time. Their bodies may release lower levels of cytokines creating just enough inflammation for healing. Image credit: ClevelandClinic 10 Best Immune Nutrients to Calm Cytokine Storm If you want to optimize your immune health and reduce your risk of a cytokine storm, there are various immune nutrients that may help you. It is important to note that since COVID-19 is a new virus, there is no research suggesting that these immune nutrients would specifically benefit COVID-19 prevention or recovery. However, the