Boosting Your Immune System and Covid-19

With the rising numbers of Covid-19 cases daily, the time is now for us to boost our immune system and improve our overall health and wellness to have better outcomes against viral infections like Covid-19.

Optimizing Your Hormone Levels.
Both men and women are required to maintain optimal hormone levels to avoid a wide variety of symptoms such as low energy, lack of sleep, and weight gain.

Want more information about optimizing your hormones? Call our office today, 760 896 3030. Dr. Ronald Perez is a certified BioTe provider.

Article Excerpt: COVID-19: Why It’s More Lethal to Men than Women, Plus Immune-Boosting Steps You Can Take

We would like to share this article by Dr. Cory Rice, an esteemed member of the BioTe Medical Advisory Board. Click here for a link to the article.

With more than 6 million Americans have been infected with the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), resulting in over 196,000 deaths as of September 2020.

While it’s still too soon to determine all of the definitive reasons for the differentiating survivability trends between men and women, both biological and nonbiological factors are certainly playing a role.

According to a study published by Frontiers in Public Health in April 2020, men and women were equally susceptible to COVID-19, but men were more prone to passing away as a result of the disease.

In one large subset, the number of male patients who died was 2.4 times higher than women (about 70% to 30%). The researchers found similar trends among the patients of the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003.

According to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 surveillance report, 58% of all COVID-19-related deaths in Europe were men. The New York City Department of Health reported similar numbers, with males accounting for about 60% of COVID-19 deaths.







About Dr. Perez

Dr. Perez is a board-certified physician with the American Board of Family Medicine. He has an undergraduate degree in Bachelor in Science Major in Physical Therapy and obtained his medical degree from the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila, Philippines. He trained at the Wheeling Hospital Family Residency Program in Wheeling WV. He has been in practice since 2012. He enjoys playing basketball, golf, doing DIY projects, stock picking and traveling. He speaks English and Filipino.

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