Could it all come down to movement?

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  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 02:10pm

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    Kathy

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    Could it all come down to movement?

My friend and her husband have Covid (both fully vaxxed btw).  I have been pushing vitamin D for over a year so much so it is almost a joke so when she got it I reached out and offered my support/assistance.  I did send her the FLCCC link and let her know I have all sorts of supplements.

She is at about day three so I was texting her advice and I finished with stay moving and take deep breaths.  To which she reminded me that she has three young kids so she has no choice but to move.

And if you think about it movement on average, decreases with age and women are far less likely than men to be sick in bed waiting to get better especially if they have small children.

Just a theory,

Kathy

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 03:28pm

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    Could it all come down to movement?

I think movement makes sense, keep the blood pumping etc.. As far as men being more likely to stay in bed…not too sure about that. Men take fewer sick days, personal days, and vacation days than women. I also think women are more likely to be sedentary , and in all countries women are significantly more likely to be obese.

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 05:02pm   (Reply to #2)

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    Kathy

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    Could it all come down to movement?

Women take sick days to take care of their sick kids. Honestly if we run down the slippery slope of business mandated vaccines, the “vaccine” against unplanned pregnancy could be a scary game changer for women’s equality in the workplace.

I’m just watching my friends.  He isn’t going to work and his household chores, like the lawn are waiting a week.  She on the other hand is still taking care of the kids, doing the dishes etc.

Even the couple where the guy is a runner and the woman is heavy.  It has been my experience that when men get really sick with a short term illness they just stop until the feel better  The women on the other hand keep getting some of the household chores done.  Especially if there are kids.  My hypothesis is the heavy woman has a better shot at making it through the thrombosis part of Covid because she continues to putter about where as the male runner takes a week off of running and lays in bed.  This movement difference may explain the gender difference we see in Covid deaths.

Again, just an idea as I watch my friends deal with Covid and their family.

Kathy

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