3 Tips to Help You Sleep If Covid-19 Anxiety Is Keeping You Up

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Here are 3 tips to help you sleep better if covid19 anxiety is keeping you up at night

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  • This is Fash says:

    First viewer..thanks fr the amazing info

  • Jennifer Hargrove says:

    I honestly have never followed you Dr Oz up until these covid videos…idk why but your videos starting popping up and you are such a fantastic Dr thank you for all of your videos your passion to help find treatments that work is to be applauded

  • Keto Diet says:

    Thank you. The information is wonderful^^

  • Julie Aliza says:

    Jus pray everybody that helped me alot

  • Cosmic Charley says:

    Great..PS We have to make sure there is no financial incentive for hospitals to list cause of death as co-vid 19…just saying

  • Irving Guerrero says:

    Doctor Oz necesitamos ayuda en español

  • Ricky Rick says:

    Quit watching the news.

  • girlygirl 4life says:

    the title of this video definitely explains me

    • Idylchatter says:

      Melatonin Covid-19

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7102583/ 

      COVID-19: Melatonin as a potential adjuvant treatment

      Rui Zhang, Xuebin Wang, […], and Russel J. Reiter

      Additional article information

      Abstract

      This article summarizes the likely benefits of melatonin in the attenuation of COVID-19 based on its putative pathogenesis. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has become a pandemic with tens of thousands of infected patients. Based on clinical features, pathology, the pathogenesis of acute respiratory disorder induced by either highly homogenous coronaviruses or other pathogens, the evidence suggests that excessive inflammation, oxidation, and an exaggerated immune response very likely contribute to COVID-19 pathology. 

      This leads to a cytokine storm and subsequent progression to acute lung injury (ALI)/acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and often death. Melatonin, a well-known anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative molecule, is protective against ALI/ARDS caused by viral and other pathogens. Melatonin is effective in critical care patients by reducing vessel permeability, anxiety, sedation use, and improving sleeping quality, which might also be beneficial for better clinical outcomes for COVID-19 patients. Notably, melatonin has a high safety profile. There is significant data showing that melatonin limits virus-related diseases and would also likely be beneficial in COVID-19 patients. Additional experiments and clinical studies are required to confirm this speculation.

      Keywords: COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Melatonin, Oxidation-reduction, Cytokines, Immunomodulation

      Graphical abstract

      Melatonin as a potential adjuvant treatment for COVID-19.

      1. Introduction

      Coronaviruses (CoVs) are RNA viruses infecting both human and animals; this infection involves the respiratory, gastrointestinal and central nervous system [1]. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) are infectious and lethal, and have caused thousands of deaths in the past two decades. The recent outbreak was discovered in Wuhan, China; this highly contagious disease has spread throughout China and other countries [2]. Although antiviral therapy, corticosteroid therapy and mechanical respiratory support have been applied, there is lack of a specific treatment for COVID-19 [2].

      Melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) is a bioactive molecule with an array of health-promoting properties; melatonin has been successfully used to treat sleep disorders, delirium, atherosclerosis, respiratory disease and viral infections [3]. Previous research has documented the positive effects of melatonin in alleviating acute respiratory stress induced by virus, bacteria, radiation, etc. [[4], [5], [6]]. Herein, we review the evidence indicating that melatonin will have supportive adjuvant utility in treating COVID-19 induced pneumonia, acute lung injury (ALI) and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).

  • Jane Joe says:

    Happy Easter!!! Good Tips!!

  • Al Blake says:

    Tip 1. smoke a blunt

  • Osman Sinare says:

    Thanks doc 🤝

  • RUBINA FATHIMA says:

    can kemotherapy used to kill corona virus..starting by one lung

  • Thi Thanh Dai TRAN says:

    Thank you ! I have stopped seeing doctors here as each time i get more problems after seeing them.
    We continue to give priority to true Americans there until they get a proper health system for workers.

  • Qq Arizona kertenkelesi says:

    Admasınız doktorum ^^

  • Zack Zinski says:

    ‘3 Tips’ is about right, 3 tips of a shot glass full of Jack Daniels does it everytime.

  • Major Major says:

    So hard to know who to trust. Part of the anxiety problem. Trust Christ on this Easter Sunday.

  • Louie Cypher says:

    Hey Doc, shot in the dark here but has anyone tried high levels of CBDs on this virus yet? If they help with certain cancers why not give it a try with a virus?

  • SHAWANA LEE says:

    THANK YOU😀🙏

  • Gaia 5D says:

    Some great tips! I find cutting back on caffeine and sugar helps too. I also always try to have a Valerian or chamomile tea before bed 😊

  • Shirley Carpenter says:

    Thanks for the tips Dr. Oz, I will make these adjustments right way.

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