5 Practical Ways to Boost Your Immune System
Now more than ever, it's essential to maintain a healthy immune system. But how does one take the steps in achieving that? The practices are actually way simpler than you may think.
Let's start with what you immune system actually is: a complex system of both cells and protein that work together to help the body fight off infection.
Without further ado, here are 5 practical ways you can boost your immune system:
1. Move your body daily.
Exercise is not only great for your overall health and wellbeing, it also increases healthy circulation, which enables cells and other substances to do their job effectively.
2. Get a good night's sleep.
Getting good sleep is pivotal for making sure infection-fighting antibodies have time and energy to fight off diseases.
3. Eat plenty of vitamin c.
Vitamin C helps create white blood cells which help the body fight infection. Vitamin C-rich foods include most fruit and believe it or not, red bell peppers.
4. Practice stress-management exercises.
Some of my favorite exercises include the 5-4-3-2-1 grounding technique, as well as the breathing technique.
Grounding Technique: Focus on the area around you and think of 5 things that you can see, 4 things you can feel, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste.
Breathing Technique: Inhale for 4 counts, hold your breath for 7 counts, exhale for 8 counts. Repeat 10 times.
5. Drink plenty of water.
Did you know that you should be drinking half of your bodyweight in water every single day? Dehydration can greatly affect many aspects of your mental and physical health, which could lead to your immunity being compromised as a result.
There you have it! Which one are you going to try to practice and implement into your everyday?
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