As autumn transitions to winter, there's more than a simple chill in the air. A U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) health advisory and media briefing, held on November 4, 2022, indicated that the incidence of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is increasing in 8 out of 10 public health regions in the U.S. RSV has arrived early this year and is impacting hospitals, urgent care centers and clinics in numerous locations across the U.S.
How Common is RSV?
RSV infection generally causes mild disease, but the severity of clinical manifestations varies considerably. Those most affected by RSV-associated severe disease are children below five years, adults aged 65 years and above and individuals with specific comorbidities. Hospitalisations caused by RSV and other respiratory pathogens, such as influenza virus and COVID, are increasing and are already placing pressure on healthcare systems.
How Concerning are Recent Outbreaks?
Now, healthcare workers are reporting spikes in RSV cases earlier than expected for the Fall 2022-Spring 2023 season, and the exponential increases are impacting healthcare facilities that are already grappling with rising cases of influenza and COVID-19. If one looks at the CDC data, the increase in RSV cases began as early as late August and early September of 2022 but surged [~5 fold] in November.
RSV Infection Prevention
Although several vaccine candidates are in clinical development for infants, pregnant women and older adults, there are currently no licensed vaccines available to prevent RSV infection. Effective passive immune prophylaxis is available and this is recommended for high-risk infants. At present, there are no specific therapeutic options for RSV infection, and treatment of hospitalised patients is mainly supportive.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) & RSV
In his study on Progress in TCM Against RSV, published on Frontiers in Pharmacology in 2021, Li stated that TCM antiviral theory based on the basic theory of TCM and its relationship with modern medicine. Under the guidance of “holism” and “syndrome differentiation and treatment”, TCM can remove pathogenic factors and strengthen the body, to achieve the effect of preventing and treating viral diseases, which is corresponding to the modern medical system.
According to a study on Application of TCM in Prevention and Treatment of RSV, published on Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Lin stated that traditional Chinese medical herbs have a positive effect on inhibiting viral attachment, inhibiting viral internalization, syncytial formation, alleviation of airway inflammation, and stimulation of interferon secretion and immune system.
Thoughts from Dr. Luke
Dr. Luke recommends Meridian Energy Analysis Systems to asses how RSV is damaging your organ energy functions.
Dr. Luke highly recommends these protocols with the use of newvita’s Nano Herbs Lights.
It allows patients to achieve the results of acupuncture without the use of needles. It enhances cell growth and re-balances the cell's DNA structure.
Nano Herbs Lights’ main functions include: 700 conditions like slowing down the aging process, cosmetic improvement, scalp enhancement, pain management, meridian organ rebalance, immune system rebalance, and energy support for cancer patients.
Dr. Luke also recommends the following protocols to support and promote better immune system, or manage chronic side effects of vaccination. These herbal supplements and nano herbs light treatment are prepared according to Dr. Luke's proprietary methods that have been developed over forty years of clinical research.
To support and promote better immune system:
1. Immuny ll, 4 Virus and Detox herbal supplements, two capsules each, 2-3 times a day.
2. Nano Vita Water, 10 drops mixed with 10 oz of distilled water daily
3. Nano Herbs Light for self-care at mouth, uvula, nose, ears, eyes, lungs, and kidneys daily
By taking these measures, you are not only helping yourself but also the potential spread to friends, family and the community.
Thank you for your continued trust and loyalty as we work together to fight this virus.