Schoolgirl’s story of a desperate journey through boarding school has made headlines around the world.
But how to get the cure?
We have asked experts to share their tips on how to remove the boarding school disease from your body and cure your body of the lingering effects.
“There is no cure for boarding school.
There are no drugs to remove it.
But there are a number of things you can do to combat the symptoms,” said Dr. Peter G. Fenton, chief medical officer of the American Boarding School Association.”
You can make it easier to get around the school and to find another school.
You can work with your friends and family to get a job.
You may want to get your children vaccinated against the disease,” he said.”
It can also help you to stay out of the media and avoid being involved in a media frenzy,” he added.”
I would strongly advise against spending all your time with the children of boarding schools.
You should be in school.
Make sure you get enough rest and that you don’t spend all your free time with them.
You also have to avoid any contact with other children, so you may not have contact with them,” he warned.”
Avoid wearing clothes or jewelry that have been used as part of your school uniform.
Don’t wear jewelry that is made from nails, so as not to cause infection,” he explained.
You can also work with friends and families to find a job, Dr. Finton added.
If you are a parent, the first thing you should do is get your child vaccinated against it, he said.
“If you want to see a doctor, you can go to your doctor for a checkup.
If you have a health problem, such as asthma or chronic fatigue, you may need to get treated by your doctor.
You don’t need to be hospitalized for treatment, as long as your condition is under control,” Dr. Genton explained.”
If you’re a parent of a child who has had a boarding program, you will need to make sure they are getting a full course of treatment and that they are taking their prescribed medications.
It is also important to check with the school for their guidance,” he advised.”
A full course is not enough.
You need to do a complete blood test to determine if your child has the virus.
Your child may have been exposed to the virus, but it is not certain,” he emphasized.”
Even if they have a fever and cough, they should be well.
They will need regular tests and have regular visits with their health care provider to ensure they are healthy and functioning as well as their peers,” he continued.”
As for whether or not your child is vaccinated, the CDC recommends against vaccination.
The CDC is aware of some recent reports that have linked a high number of cases of pertussis (whooping cough) to the school environment, but there are no reports of cases in schools in the United States,” he noted.
If a child has been vaccinated and is experiencing symptoms, the next step is to make them feel better.
“The first thing to do is make sure that they feel better, and this includes a full visit to the doctor.
If they are feeling really tired, that will also be important,” Dr Fenton explained, adding that the best way to do this is by being physically active.”
Take a walk, do some exercise, sit on a chair, do yoga or just sit on the floor and try to do some stretching,” he stressed.”
Try to make yourself feel like you can move around,” he cautioned.
“Also make sure you eat well.
The best way for you to be healthier is to eat healthier.
There’s a whole list of healthy foods and you can try to include as many of them as possible,” he concluded.
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