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Learn how to boost your immune system –
Use the best immune defense booster tips to bolster your immunity ASAP (55 minutes)
Download the accompanying PDF book and take notes. There are many actionable virus defense tips that can help protect you and your family.
The immune system guide book covers the essential ways we can maximize our immune systems to protect our health and bolster virus immune response strength.
With the Corona Virus Pandemic, it’s paramount to learn and implement every means to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
The following are some basic daily tips that we can do now to help in building our immune systems up. Keep in mind that stress is probably the biggest culprit in diminishing our resilience to fight off virus infections and disease.
5 Simple Ways To Boost Your Immunity Today
You can do some simple things to ensure that you feel as fit and healthy as possible, starting today. These are 5 simple changes that you can make to your lifestyle to improve your overall wellness.
1. Get Some Sleep
It is no secret that sleep is important. You may have noticed that sleeping helps you to avoid that tired feeling all day, and helps you to concentrate more. Sleep is also a chance for your body to rejuvenate, and plenty of things still go on in your body’s various systems while you sleep.
If you don’t get enough sleep, it’s not only highly likely that you’ll be tired the next day, but your health can suffer too.
Being tired makes us emotional, stressed, limits our concentration, and can even make us more susceptible to illnesses. Our bodies need to be fully rested and recharged to produce the needed antibodies to fight off infection.
Try to get around 7-8 hours per night for the best benefits that sleep has to offer.
It may seem like an unusual suggestion, but do you ever take the chance to just sit and breathe? There are a lot of breathing exercises and even with just one session of concentrating on your breathing will leave you feeling more relaxed.
Over time if you do this at least once a day, you’ll find that you feel calmer, less emotional, and just generally better. Meditation is a good time to try out breathing techniques.
3. Don’t Be So Convenient
For some reason, people feel that they are too busy to cook a proper meal each day. This results in grabbing a quick meal on the way home from their local fast food place or they get frozen dinners that can be thrown in the oven or microwave when they get home. While these shortcuts may seem to save time, ultimately, both are very unhealthy choice to make.
Ready meals, processed food, and junk food are loaded with sugar, fat, salt and many more calories than our bodies need. Fast food also tends to be heavily processed and as it is often fried, the nutritional goodness for our bodies is practically non-existent.
Try to cut back on these unhealthy foods and instead cook from scratch. It is not difficult to prepare a healthy chicken breast with vegetables on the side for example and this is a far healthier option.
4. Go For A Walk
Instead of putting off exercise claiming that you don’t have enough money to afford a gym, or enough time to actually go to the gym, just take a step out of your front door. You can walk anywhere and this is completely free.
Involve the whole family and go for a walk around the block or to the park if there is one nearby. There is absolutely no excuse for not going for a walk and you have plenty to gain from it too.
First of all, you’ll be able to enjoy gentle exercise that will still give you a good cardio workout to keep your heart pumping. You will also be able to enjoy some fresh air, which is essential for the brain and muscles.
Make it a nightly ritual that takes places right after dinner.
5. Drink More
Not at the bar! You should really be drinking approximately 8 glasses of water per day and if you don’t do that, and you suffer from headaches, then we’re willing to bet that you’re dehydrated and need some more liquid in your body. For most people, simply replacing flavored beverages with plain water is a big step toward helping the body regulate and have a stronger immune system.
Every time you go into your kitchen, try to remember to have a glass of water. Whether you’re making breakfast, lunch or dinner or if you’re just grabbing a snack, using this as a prompt to drink a glass of water is an effective way to remember to stay hydrated.
This will improve your overall health and can even have a positive effect on your appearance by improving the quality of your skin!
Let’s find out how your body works to find any type of bacterial or viral agent that
Bacterial and viral agents can enter the body many different ways. Don’t think
you are safe just because you wash your hands a few times a day.
Look at the following example which illustrates in a few simple steps what
happens when disease enters your body.
1) Bacteria or viral organisms enter your body through touch, sneezes,
physical contact or through other mechanisms. Keep in mind if someone
coughs, their phlegm may spread 500 feet, meaning whatever illness they
have will shower the people around them unless they cover their mouths.
That is why it is so important to close your mouth and cover your mouth if
you have to cough or sneeze.
2) Your body’s immune system receives a signal from your brain that shouts
out “Time to make white blood cells!” White blood cells are the types of
cells in your body that react to infection. Their job is to help create cells
that fight diseases whether they are viral or bacterial in nature.
3) Your body also starts producing antibodies, which are specific types of
white blood cells that fight off infection. Antibodies, including IgE help fight
allergies and other disorders. IgA is a type of antibody that commonly
helps fight against infection.
4) If your immune system is as strong as it can be, your body will send
enough antibodies and white blood cells to fight any attack, no matter how
severe. This doesn’t mean you won’t get sick, it means your body will do
everything it can to keep you healthy. If you get sick, the chances are high
you will recover much faster if your immune system is working wonders.
5) It may take you a few days to recover, but most people recover from minor
infections or viruses relatively easily. It may take from 7 to 10 days for the
average cold or bacterial infection. Immuno-compromised patients may
find it takes their body much longer to overcome something as simple as
the common cold.
Now, most people do not have a fine-tuned immune system. If you had one you
probably wouldn’t need to read this guide, now would you? This guide will help
you “fine tune” your immune system so you have the best chances of reducing
the length of an illness or preventing an illness all at the same time. Now that you
understand how the immune system works, you should learn about the many
factors that influence your immune system. These are elements that may make
your immune system function less optimally than you would like.
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