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7 ways to improve your immunity

Updated: Aug 16, 2020

Covid-19 has got most of us locked away in our homes or work places.


Our immune system is the first defense we have our body has against the invasion of foreign bodies.When your immune system is weak, your body is left vulnerable to viruses, allergies, and all the other enemies lurking around you.


There are plenty of ways we can slowly change our lifestyle to work on this – or we could try these 10 quick life hacks to improve our immunity almost immediately.


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  1. Have Enough Sleep: Without sufficient sleep, your body makes fewer cytokines, a type of protein that targets infection and inflammation, effectively creating an immune response. Cytokines are both produced and released during sleep,causing reduction when having inadequate sleep.  Chronic sleep loss even makes the flu vaccine less effective by reducing your body’s ability to respond.

Disclaimer: The statements on this blog are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The author does not in any way guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any message and will not be held responsible for the content of any message. Always consult your personal physician for specific medical advice.


2. Get your Vitamin D: Studies show that vitamin D has important functions beyond those of

of calcium and bone homeostasis.Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent in autoimmune disease and inadequacy in this vitamin could be detrimental to autoimmunity. Daily recommended dose of Vitamin D is 15 µg/day for both male and female adults.



3. Proper Hygiene Habits : When it comes to boosting your immunity - nothing beats healthy habits! As busy humans we often tend to forget the smallest things we could do to improve our quality of hygiene.Stick to the basics, such as:

  • Wash your hands a few times a day with soap and water, especially after the bathroom

  • Take regular showers

  • Don’t share drinks directly with others often

  • Maintain food hygiene and prepare food safely



4. Eat a Healthy Diet: Sleep and diet are synonymous. Because these are essential aspects of living, but many people overlook importance for convenience. The abundance of sugars packed into sugary soft-drinks and processed sweets has a dulling effect on the way your immune system cells function. Get your body used to vegetables and fruits of all shapes and colors. They provide vitamins that are essential to a smooth running immune system.


5.Exercise: A regular exercise routine does much more than shape your body, it strengthens the immune system with proper circulation and better sleep.While you’re exercising, remember to keep yourself hydrated before, during and after exercising. This will help flush out toxins and transport the minerals and vitamins from a healthy diet. Also remain wary of the germ loaded bars, grips and machines in public gyms.




6.Don’t Smoke: Smoking harms the immune system and can make the body less successful at fighting diseases.The immune system is the body’s way of protecting itself from infection and disease; it works to fight everything from cold and flu viruses to serious conditions such as cancer.Additionally, smoking is known to compromise the equilibrium, or balance, of the immune system. This increases the risk for several immune and autoimmune disorders (conditions caused when the immune system mistakenly attacks the body’s healthy cells and tissues) . (source)


7.Have a Positive Attitude:  People with a family history of heart disease who also had a positive outlook were one-third less likely to have a heart attack or other cardiovascular event within five to 25 years than those with a more negative outlook.


Sometimes our psychological dynamics play a very important role in how much a disease can affect us.Some of the things we should keep in mind is to :

  • Smile more - A University of Kansas study found that smiling—even fake smiling reduces heart rate and blood pressure during stressful situations.

  • Go out for walks or light stroll

  • Be resilient

  • Consult a therapist

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