With Corona the world has come to a Pause…ain’t it?!
Pause …Reboot and Refresh and realize that it is the small and the Most Important things in Life which MATTER the Most.
‘ Health is Wealth ‘ and Health is better than Wealth are well known and Oft repeated sayings.
The entire Perspective of staying safe and healthy and wise and giving Wellness and well-being a priority sums up this Corona scene.
Everyday preventive measures such as hand-washing, avoiding contact with sick individuals, and good hygiene can go a long way in reducing your risk for viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens.
In addition, however, there is evidence that nutrition and other lifestyle measures influence immune strength and our susceptibility to infectious diseases.
Immunity is our bodies’ ability to provide resistance or protection against diseases and infections caused by pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, parasites, and other harmful microorganisms. So, naturally, immunity boosters are foods, fruits, vegetables, or even scientifically designed supplements that help us increase this ability to fight against illnesses.
Our immune system has the ability to detect harmful bacteria and viruses that enter our body – these cells, also known as antigens, attack them by producing ‘antibodies.’
It’s the season to BUILDING IMMUNITY!
It’s the season to BEING FIT!
It’s the season to BOOSTING IMMUNITY & MAKING Health a Priority !
It’s the Season to Nurture Your Mind , Body and Soul and #LiveitRight !
With Old Age , Immunity does go on a different Note and it may not function with its UTMOST Potential..here it is important to pay attention to our Body and it’s Needs and Call.
It’s important to address the Underlying Cause and if needed even take Health Supplements for the same.
These work as Immunity Boosters and are Indeed a KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOUR for Us..
Does this resonate that YOU spend more days on sick leave than at work?Are you out of Energy very soon?
Small simple Life style changes that Go a long way for Building Immunity are –
1. Eat Breakfast
No Food early morning post a Night of Sleep makes your blood sugar levels fall and raises your stress levels. This gets your body in a state of fight or flight that lowers your immunity.
2. Add zinc to your diet
A wonder-mineral for Body cells and it’s crucial for healthy cell development and function. Zinc interacts with thousands of proteins in body and is involved in around 300 different enzyme processes. It enhances wound-healing and improved thyroid function, gut health, blood clotting, vision, and smell.
3. Heal your gut
Health Practitioners mention that when your levels of bad bacteria outweigh the good bacteria, your immune system is weakened. Digestive system being on point and track is highly recommended.
4. Savour a Cup of Tea
Green tea or Herbal tea increases the health-giving antioxidants, called flavonoids in your body. The polyphenols in tea help protect your body against free radical damage. Anti oxidants are important to leverage.
5. Sleep well.
Sleep recovery mode is what our Body works with.Its the Bodies way to repair, rest and recover all the backlogs.
6. Get sunlight
Vitamin D, synthesized from sunlight in our skin, is critical to important bodily processes such as enhanced calcium absorption for stronger bones , assisting proper heart function & enhanced immunity.
Exercise causes change in antibodies and white blood cells (WBC). Our Body releases ‘Endorphins’ post exercise which are Happy Hormones and insist on overall well-being.
8. Quit smoking
Quitting smoking improves blood circulation, increases oxygen levels, and lowers inflammation , fosters good skin and focuses on the Body functional requirements.
Your immunity is your strength to keep you going!
It is Your Knight in Shining Armour!!
You might not realize it but it definitely plays an important role to make your bodywork. Your immune system does a remarkable job of defending your body against any disease. Hence, keeping it boosted and stronger can help you defeat any health risks.
#LiveitRight this Season ☀️
-Team One Life.
Ankita G Tikare.
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