STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Facts about the immune system & eight simple tips to boost your immune system.
These tips will help you to easily boost your immune system:
1. PROPER NUTRITION FOR THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
To keep the immune system functioning well, the body needs lots of different vitamins and nutrients. These include in particular:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- secondary phytochemicals
An increasing number of scientists are suggesting a direct link between intestinal health and the entire immune system - which is why a high-fiber diet is also a good tip for a weak immune system. We receive most of these nutrients through a balanced diet. Some foods are considered to be particularly good for the immune system, such as:
- Citrus fruits
- Dark berries and grapes
2. ENJOY THE SUN - EVEN WHEN IT'S COLD
Vitamin D is essential in keeping our immune defenses intact. We absorb part of the vitamin D we need from our diet - for example, from fatty fish. But our body itself also makes a significant contribution: when sunlight hits the skin, it produces vitamin D on its own. To get your healthy dose of sunshine, spend as much time as possible outdoors, especially in the fall and winter months, when UV radiation is lower due to cloud cover.
3. MOVE, MOVE, MOVE!
Run, swim, bike: The all-time classics of endurance sports are still among the most effective endurance sports. They do not only strengthen the heart and blood vessels, but our immune system as well. With every moderate workout, the immune system is gently stimulated. The pace and the degree of exertion are important: those who overwork their bodies usually achieve the opposite effect.
4. AVOID STRENUOUS EXERTION
Have you ever heard of the open-window phenomenon? During excessive physical exertion - for example, when running a marathon - the number of immune cells in the blood rises sharply. When the body relaxes again afterwards, however, the number of immune cells falls below the initial value before the stress. Since this is when pathogens can be fought less effectively, infectious diseases occur more frequently. So if you don't want to get sick, don’t overdo it when it comes to exercise.
5. AVOID STRESS
Thanks to intensive research, we now know that excessive stress weakens the immune system and thus increases susceptibility to infections. Chronic stress can also lead to states of exhaustion, which - just like physical overexertion - provide pathogens with the ideal conditions to multiply. It is therefore important to avoid stressful situations as much as possible and to use quieter hours for targeted relaxation.
6. DRINK ENOUGH
People who do not drink enough water are not only tired, but also more susceptible to infections. One of the reasons for this condition is that their mucous membranes dry out. The lack of moisture means that attacking viruses and bacteria cannot be sufficiently removed. Drinking tea is also beneficial for the immune system. Green tea, for example, contains a lot of antioxidants that additionally support the immune system.
7. MAKE SURE YOU SLEEP ENOUGH
People who start the day fully rested are not only more efficient, but also less susceptible to colds and other infections. Several studies have shown that insomnia drastically reduces the number of immune cells and results in a weak immune system. If you sleep about seven to eight hours a day, you give your body enough time to recover.
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