Health Prevention Tip: 5 Ways On How To Supercharge Your Immune System And Protect You From Diseases

The immune system which is the collection of structures and processes in the body has the role in protecting you against diseases or other damaging foreign bodies. The immune system can identify different threats such as bacteria, viruses and parasites, according to Merck Manuals. It is essential then, to have a stronger immune system to prevent you from acquiring any diseases.

The Harvard Medical School and Huffington Post share the following ways on how to boost your immune system:

1. Embrace healthy lifestyle.

Adopt healthy strategies such as avoiding smoking, exercising regularly, eating a balanced diet meal, limit alcohol intake, get adequate sleep, and wash your hands always.

Huffington Post states that exercising may remove bacteria out of your lungs and prevent you from having an airborne illness.

2. Drink turmeric, lemon, ginger and honey with warm water.

A study shows that honey is an antioxidant and a natural immunity booster. Likewise, ginger and lemon juice are another powerful antioxidants. Lemon juice is rich in Vitamin C. And turmeric can regulate the immune system.

3. Sip a tea.

A study reveals that tea contains chemicals called alkylamines that strengthen the immune system and help fight infection.

4. Eat yogurt.

Yogurt contains probiotics and Vitamin D that can also boost your immune system.

5. Let the sun shine on you.

Sun rays provide Vitamin D which is an immune system charger. 

6. Consume more garlic.

Garlic can boost your immune system and prevent heart disease, according to Maryland Medical Center.

7. Laugh a lot.

Laughing is healthy as it can lower stress level and you can sleep soundly. This can enhance your immune system.

There is no room for you to get sick if you follow the above ways  on how to boost your immune system. These can all give your immune system a healthy boost.

                                                                                                          

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