Most doctors strive to help us stay healthy and to keep our immune system strong. Here are a few suggestions to help us achieve this.
Your daily habits are a key to a healthy immune system. Sleep is a necessity, not a luxury. It is best to try and get 7 – 8 hours of quality sleep a night. If you are having trouble with a good night’s rest, take a short nap to try and help with the deficit.
It usually works best if you have a nightly routine: bath or shower, no tv, music or phone use after a certain time. Whatever you can do to help you relieve the stress or tensions to help you relax.
Make regular exercise part of your daily routine. Try 30 – 45 minutes of regular activity at least 4 -5 times per week. New research has been shown that physical activity is good for the immune system.
Find an activity you enjoy and a time that works for you. This will in turn make it easier to become a daily healthy habit.
This will affect your immune system and the ability to fight off illness. Try to manage stress by doing activities you enjoy and things that relax you. Try doing activities outside in nature for relaxation. Breathe, relax and enjoy the scenery.
Be mindful of activities. We do not need to be constantly busy all the time. Try to restrain yourself and think about how certain activities make you feel. Be aware of things that make the days go in a bad direction. Step back, slow things down and rethink the situation.
Diet / Supplementation;
A healthy balanced diet give your body nutrients so it works efficiently as it is supposed to. Stay away from fast food. This may cause inflammation or indigestion which will hamper the immune system.
Supplementation may also help with immune boosting properties. Our PSSN Red and Green mixtures are specially formulated to assist with a healthy diet when you do not have time to get the nutrients needed from your regular diet. Our formula helps with boosting the immune system and cognitive brain function.
Socializing with others you like and care about can also help lower stress and help with immune system functions. A weekly interaction with family and friends can do wonders for your mental and physical well being.