By Dr. Leon Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
As our regular followers know, I have been focused lately on the coronavirus pandemic as it impairs the family, health and employment relationships among parents across our country. I postponed our annual Parent March on Washington indefinitely and have substituted this Corona Chronicles series in its place.
These Corona Chronicles provide fellow victims with a road map for change, to input your ideas into this “New Normal” initiative. Typically ahead of my time, and ruthlessly persecuted like the whistle blower doctor in China, I warned that our virologists cannot save us quickly enough from Covid-19 deaths.
In short, we have to take matters into our own hands until a vaccine or cure is found (predicted to be 12-18 months away). In Corona Chronicle #10, published on April 3, 2020, I urged my followers to exercise in remote outdoor environments to improve immunity systems as our “best defense” to this killer microbe.
Now comes a report by Zhen Yan of the University of Virginia, School of Medicine which concludes that “regular cardiovascular workouts may help protect future coronavirus patients from developing a severe complication and major cause of death known as acute respiratory distress syndrome” (ARDS).
My own experience over a six-decade period concluded the same and much more. As supported in Chronicle #5, I have survived countless viral exposures, having not fallen ill in over 40 years. I have not had an attending physician during that period and required no surgery beyond stitches or skin conditions.
I attribute that immunity to other factors as well, such as laughter, social interaction, life purpose, family genetics, good sleep, proper diet, and yes, a few bottles of Bud from time to time (alcohol, fluids, barley and hops are good in moderation with the last ingredient, a plant derivative, believed to ward off disease).
When retaliation destroyed my budget, I simply transformed my exercise regimen to near zero costs, such as jogging near my home and hikes in the 6 million acre Adirondack Mountain Park in northern New York. I have climbed the high peaks and taken friends on the smaller climbs an hour away near Old Forge, New York.
These outdoor escapes have done wonders for my health, spirits and confidence levels to withstand years of persecution of the cruelest kind. Devoid of employment capacity, I was forced to work from my home. As a result, when the virus epidemic ambushed our society, a fateful reversal occurred in my world.
Suddenly the world was quarantined and persecuted, something to which I was, so to speak, already immune. That is why I believe I can be of great help to those struggling with the current crisis. I am now offering to be a guide and entertainment for small groups, couples and families in hiking excursions tailored to each.
I am no medical doctor, but I have a gold mine of experience in the courts and in society which could have you returning home immensely revitalized at a time when you need it most. Share this post with home-bound victims everywhere. You could be saving a life.
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