Ensure adequate hygiene. Hands should be washed regularly for at least 20 seconds and dried well afterwards. Too warm water and frequent use of soap can dry out the skin, which should be avoided at all costs. So: water not too warm, do not use soap when the skin is dry, dry off well, at best with a hairdryer and re-grease.
Mucous membranes are natural protective barriers that are damaged by dry room air, coffee, black tea and nicotine. Our tip for dry mucous membranes:
1) The Korean drinking cure: In the original, approx. 1.3l of tap water is placed on the bedside table and drunk in one go immediately after waking up. Beginners take at least 500ml and increase, until finally 1.3l are managed within 10 minutes. Use over 3 weeks.
2) Better than ventilating the laundry in the rooms are mechanical humidifiers.
In the practice rooms we use a “Venta Luftwäscher” ( www.venta-luftwaescher.de )
Effective microorganisms are true all-rounders. In liquid form, when used with an atomizer, they can take on a placeholder function in the throat – the docking and multiplication site of corona viruses in the human body – and suppress the colonization of pathogens.
Take care of your microbiom through healthy nutrition: dietary fibres, especially apple pectin.
The most important thing: Stop smoking. Nicotine, unlike coronavirus, is a mass murderer.