With the coronavirus crisis and health risks, here are a couple suggestions to bring up your immunity.
1. Reduce Stress
When we’re stressed out our body produces stress hormones which tax the immune system. So one of the most important ways to boost immunity is to reduce stress. To reduce stress, it’s key to ensure you have work life balance, take breaks when you need them (both short “water-cooler” breaks and longer vacations), and to employ some calming or relaxing stress-reduction techniques.And if you’re already feeling really stressed out taking adrenal support supplements can be helpful. A good way to reduce stress is to meditate regularly. Use this amulet for health protection.
2. Sleep whenever you’re tired
By not sleeping enough, we increase stress and hurt our immunity. If we’re drinking caffeinated drinks all the time we may not even realize just how tired we really are. Because sleeping is important to rebuilding a struggling immune system, we need to let ourselves sleep as much as we need. To help with sleep, you can use an air humidifier with essential oils.
3. Consume immunity-boosting vitamins
To support your immune system, you can eat immunity supporting foods like citrus fruits, garlic, broccoli, and spinach. If your immune system is already weak, it can also be helpful to supplement with key vitamins and minerals that may have become depleted like Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Vitamin D, and Zinc. Most effective way to get high doses of Vitamin C, Vitamin B and Zinc is intravenously (IV).
4. Reduce Inflammation
Sugar, processed meat, vegetable oils, and alcohol tend to be inflammatory foods so they busy the immune system, leaving other problems in your body unaddressed. That’s why it can be really helpful to remove these inflammatory foods if we want a healthy immune system.
5. Exercise, but not too much
Exercise can be one of the best things to do to boost immunity. But we have to be careful because too much excercise is stressful on the body and can be tough on our immune system. So just keep the other tips in mind: Keep stress low, and if you’re tired, then rest.
6. Stay away from toxins
Toxins can be devastating for the immune system. For example, mycotoxins from mold are notorious for destroying immuninity. Many other toxins seem to have detrimental impact on immunity as well. So try to minimize exposure to chlorinated drinking water, pesticides, aromatic hydrocarbons heavy metals, air pollution, and food additives. Liver detoxification is essential to reduce toxins burden on our body.