[BREAKING] You're MISSING This Hidden COVID-19 Sign
It’s all over the news. And it’s the ONLY thing anyone is talking about…
Every time you turn around, the impact of this virus skyrockets higher and HIGHER.
But the best thing you can do for both you and your family is to be prepared and stay informed.
I’ll bet you already know the basics: wash your hands, don’t touch your face, stay home.
You also know that trouble breathing, fever, and chills mean you need to get to the doctor and get tested.
But what if I told you there’s a HIDDEN symptom the mainstream isn’t talking about.
Chances are you’re MISSING one of the biggest signs of the coronavirus…
Here’s what you need to know.
When it comes to coronavirus, follow your nose.
You see, researchers have just discovered that carriers of the coronavirus often experience one telltale symptom…
Loss of smell.
Experts call it asnomia, or sometimes hyposmia, and it’s happening to coronavirus victims across the globe.
South Korea—one of the hardest-hit countries— was the first to pick up on this strange symptom.
They noticed it started appearing in over 30% of coronavirus patients.
And now it’s showing up in thousands of patients, even in Italy and Iran.
But here’s the surprising part… it was the only symptom these patients had.
That’s right. No coughing, no chest tightness. They had NONE of the usual COVID-19 symptoms.
Here’s the takeaway.
If you find you’ve suddenly lost your sense of smell, consult your healthcare provider as soon as possible.
Get tested. And meanwhile, research suggests you isolate yourself from your loved ones for at least one week. Be sure to load up on immune-boosting supplements like vitamin C and elderberry. While these won’t cure you, they can give your immune system the strength it will need to fight it. Getting through this pandemic is NOT impossible. But the first step is spotting the symptoms and taking the right measures.