A new protocol to supercharge the immune system by up to 80%, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, is sweeping the nation. It is attracting the attention of A-list celebrities looking to keep themselves and their families fit and healthy, and encouraging participants to pledge to reduce the burden on the stretched NHS .
Known as The Coronavirus Challenge, the program is the brainchild of Ashok Gupta MSc, Director of the Gupta Program and founder of an established clinic which has been treating chronic illness for more than 20 years.
The free 10-day program to increase overall health and maintain mental wellbeing has already attracted star approval, with Oscar-nominated actress and Bond girl Naomie Harris saying “I’ve taken the pledge and have been following Ashok’s Coronavirus Challenge and I’ve learned so much about how we can all boost our immune systems against the virus, it’s great! I’ve been sharing it with everyone I know.”
Using the MEND framework, the protocol is based around a unique blend of mindfulness techniques to reduce anxiety, with exercises for energising the body, night-time routines and deeper sleep to aid rest and relaxation and dietary advice to boost immunity, in order to fight back against the airborne virus.
With over 780,000 confirmed cases and more than 37,000 deaths, the Coronavirus pandemic has been affecting populations across the globe and includes symptoms such as fever, aches and a dry, continuous cough.
The most vulnerable in our society including the elderly and those with compromised immune systems are thought to be at greatest risk of severe illness and even death should they contract the virus, making the Coronavirus Challenge a socially responsible and caring way to protect those at a higher risk of infection. The tools have been clinically shown to reduce chances of infection from viruses even amongst the elderly.
When immune systems are boosted, the risk of contracting a virus are minimised, making hospitalisation and serious illness far less likely. What sets the Coronavirus Challenge apart is that all of the techniques used on the program require no special equipment, supplements or prior knowledge of health and wellness, making it the ideal program for those in self-isolation along with key workers who wish to reduce their risk of catching Covid-19.
The 10-day protocol is free of charge and can be accessed online. It includes a series of informative videos on how to boost immunity via diet, exercise, sleep routines, and reducing anxiety through several mindfulness techniques and simple exercises that can be carried out at home.
Based on 20 years of scientific research and the tried and tested MEND program which has been helping those suffering from chronic illness lead happy and healthy lives, many of the tools included within the Coronavirus Challenge have been proven to reduce the chances of developing symptoms of chronic illness by as much as 80%, and to halve the days with symptoms
Creator Ashok Gupta MSc said, “Right now, our world is being shaken by the coronavirus pandemic. Understandably you might be feeling a lot of fear and uncertainty about what this means for you, and for all of us. It is easy to feel powerless, and at the mercy of something we can’t control. However, each of us can do our part to influence the course of events.
“By boosting our immunity, we can all make a difference and potentially saving lives and protect the NHS. The Coronavirus Challenge is free of charge and includes full access to our range of high-quality video resources to boost immunity and stay well.”
To take part in the Coronavirus Challenge or to find out more, visit www.thecoronaviruschallenge.com