In accordance with the guidance from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the statement this evening from Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, The Right Touch services are temporarily suspending normal operations for 2 weeks, but will still provide distant Reiki Healing and distant Chakra Therapy.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, however: your patronage and safety are our top priority. To help assure our valued customers that we are doing everything possible to safeguard our team and our customers, we will keep you updated as to when we will resume business as usual. in the meantime, please be calm, stay safe and stay home.
Below you will find helpful information:
**THIS IS SHARED FROM A RN**
So what I have seen a lot of is recommendations for how to try to avoid getting coronavirus in the first place -- good hand washing -- but what I have NOT seen a lot of is advice for what happens if you actually get it, which many of us will. So as your friendly neighborhood RN, let me make some suggestions.
You basically just want to prepare as though you know you’re going to get a nasty respiratory bug, like bronchitis or pneumonia. You just have the foresight to know it’s coming.
Things you should actually buy ahead of time (not sure what the obsession with toilet paper is?): Kleenex, Acetaminophen (Tylenol) in 325 mg tablets, Ibuprofen (Advil) in 200 mg tablets, Mucinex, Robitussin or whatever your generic cough medicine of choice is (check the label and make sure you're not doubling up on acetaminophen - some brands like Day Quill have it included and you don't want that). You want a cough medicine with both a cough suppressant and expectorant. Vicks Vapor rub for your chest is also a great suggestion.
If you don’t have a humidifier, that would be a good thing to buy and run in your room when you go to bed overnight. (You can also just turn the shower on hot and sit in the bathroom breathing in the steam). If you have a history of asthma and you have a prescription inhaler, make sure the one you have isn’t expired and refill it/get a new one if it is.
This is also a good time to meal prep: make a big batch of your favorite soup to freeze and have on hand. Whatever your favorite clear fluids are to drink (Sprite, juice, ICE waters, Fresca, whatever floats your boat), stock your pantry with those. Maybe get some nice soothing tea too!
For symptom management, use the meds I mentioned. For a fever over 101, alternate Tylenol 650 mg and Advil 400 mg so you’re taking a dose of one then the other every 3 hours.
Drink A TON, hydrate hydrate hydrate. Rest lots. You should not be leaving your house except to go to the doctor, and if you do