Saturday, 28 March 2020


If you’re a big horror movie fan, you probably know that the best way to keep yourself and your family safe from mindless flesh-eating zombies is to stop them from biting or scratching you. Piece of cake, right? But unlike the fictional virus, Solanum in The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z novel, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) doesn’t require zombies as a vector. The virus doesn’t turn people into mindless zombies either, but it’s spreading across the major continents in the world at astonishing rates. What is the primary transmission agent? No, the question is not what; the question is who. We humans are the carriers of this mysterious virus. 

The internet, the newspapers, and all other forms of mass media are all talking about it. COVID-19, a Coronavirus-caused illness whose origin was traced back to the Wuhan South China Seafood Wholesale Market. The virus has since spread to most parts of the world and has become a global pandemic spreading far wider than Ebola did in 2014. While the number of new cases in China has dropped, the virus is spreading rapidly in places like Europe and the United States. According to Worldometer, the total number of Coronavirus Cases worldwide is at 631,779, and the number of Deaths stands at 28,990. At this point, all we can do is try to stay safe by keeping the virus at bay and preventing its transmission. 


Just like every zombie virus in the fictional world, there is currently no vaccine to keep you safe from the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). So what’s the best way to keep the COVID-19 at bay? Because we care about your health and well-being, we’ve put together a comprehensive safety guide to help you and your loved ones stay safe. 
  1. It turns out that the Coronavirus is not a big fan of alcohol. So, it is advised that everyone cleans their hands frequently with alcohol-based hand sanitizers or soap and water. Apart from curbing the spread of COVID-19, the hand-washing practice is generally a good hygiene exercise that can help keep your hands clean. 
  2. Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with a tissue or flexed elbow. It’s about time people stopped sneezing freely into the open air. The average sneeze or cough can send around 100,000 contagious germs into the air at speeds up to 100 miles per hour
  3. It’s also important to avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms. That includes avoiding handshakes, hugs, kisses, using face masks, and avoiding large crowds. 


Most of you probably already knew about the above safety guidelines. But we’ve saved the best for last. Well, it’s time for the big reveal. Here’s the sure-fire way to stay safe during this public health crisis— STAY INDOORS. Your mind isn’t blown yet? Yeah, I understand. But as simple as it sounds, staying at home and getting enough rest is probably the most underrated solution to the Coronavirus pandemic. Aside from the fact that it keeps you away from any potential carrier of the virus, the benefits of good quality sleep in fortifying your body’s immune system has been talked about extensively in numerous scientific literature. 

There’s so much data on the internet to support this theory. Sleep plays a significant housekeeping role that helps your body to get rid of toxins in your brain. Without sufficient sleep, your body makes fewer cytokines. Cytokines are a type of protein that targets infection and inflammation, and these Cytokines are both produced and released during sleep. To stay healthy especially during this Coronavirus pandemic, it’s necessary to get the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep a night. The big problem is that millions of people can’t get this required amount of sleep, not because they don’t want to, but because of the inferior quality of their mattresses. Time to get this sorted out once and for all, “mattress is not just mattress” and “not all mattresses are made equally.” A good mattress will gently support every inch of your body, keeping your spine in a neutral position. This is precisely why Emma Memory Foam Mattress was created. 

Made from high-quality memory foam, this bed-in-the-box mattress was made just with your sleep and comfort in mind. If you struggle with your sleep every night, Emma memory foam mattress offers you an affordable solution. Emma provides you with a 100-night trial to see if you’re happy with the product, or you can request a full refund. So what are you waiting for? Let’s fight the spread of the Coronavirus together by ordering the best mattress in India today.


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