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Tips to Increase Immunity

Eating Healthy: Lifestyle changes also require one to eat all the right things to boost the immune system. Moreover, avoid junk foods, fizzy drinks etc. that are loaded with empty calories and lack of nutritional benefits.

Sleep: Sleep is essential for good health and manages stress. Deprivation of sleep creates an imbalance of the hormones, which suppresses immune function. One needs at least 7 to 8hrs of sleep in a day.

Lifestyle Changes: Smoking and alcohol consumption reduces immune system efficiency and elevates the risk of bronchitis, pneumonia and recurrent flu.

Sunlight: One needs exposure to sunlight for an essential dose of vitamin D that helps boost the immune system.

Hygiene: Avoid infections by maintaining hygiene by washing your hands frequently and try cooking meats thoroughly before eating. Also, consider cooking meat meticulously as raw meat may cause severe infections and indigestion.

Stay Active: To increase immunity, it is essential that one opts for a healthy lifestyle. Exercising on a regular basis is mandatory for good health. Lethargy and reduced activity levels tune down and reduce the functioning of the immune system, risking health problems such as heart ailments and diabetes.

Eat Green: Eating an abundance of green leafy vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds will provide one a healthy immune system.

Probiotic: The intake of probiotics, which are healthy bacteria to reduce the incidence of respiratory and gastrointestinal infections.

Garlic: A natural broad-spectrum antimicrobial and immunity booster can be added to food for a daily dose of immunity booster.

Mushrooms: Mushrooms enhance the immune function with its medicinal properties, often used in herbal Chinese medicine to increase immunity.

Fish: Selenium food in seafood helps white blood cells produce cytokines, which is a protein that helps relief flu. Some fishes like salmon are rich in omega-3 fatty acids that reduce inflammation in the airway, reduce respiratory illness and give the immune system a much-needed boost to perform.