3 Things you Must do to Boost your Immune Systems

Have Enough Sleep 



16 hours should be more than enough time to complete everything you need to do in a single day. Those other eight hours? Your body needs those for rest and recovery. Not only does getting a full eight hours of sleep help you feel clear and focused for the next day, but it also gives your immune system time to reboot and recharge

Findings show that sleep has the potential to enhance the efficiency of T cell responses, which is especially relevant in light of the high prevalence of sleep disorders and conditions characterized by impaired sleep, such as depression, chronic stress, aging, and shift work.

Taking Vitamin Pills & Fruits. 



While its always best to get your nutrients and vitamins from the food you eat, taking vitamins and supplements is certainly not a bad idea. While there is no magic pill or vitamin that’s proven to totally protect you from getting sick, they help in areas where your diet may be lacking.

For example, micronutrient deficiencies can have a negative impact on your immune response. And with our busy lives, you’re probably not paying too much attention to which micronutrients you might be skimping out on. To cover your bases, start by taking a daily multivitamin that will contain trace amounts of most micronutrients.

Additionally, three immune-boosting vitamins worth taking are vitamin C, vitamin D and Zinc. While everyone knows about the benefits of vitamin C in fighting infection, it’s also important to recognize the role vitamin D and Zinc play.

Taking of fruits such as oranges, pawpaw, carrots, eating a lot of veggies helps in immune booster. 

Having a lot of Excercise 



Regular exercises helps in boosting immune systems, kegel exercises, push ups, juggling, walk out, activates the T cells in the body and aids the immune systems to boost it and engulf germs to prevent invasion of infection into your body. 

Best time to keep your self fit and boost immune system is early in the morning before meal, and after the whole exercise, take water to flush off every toxins in the system. 

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