Luckily, there are several things that you can do to build up your immunity and pass through the cold season without any problems, so pick up a hot tea and make sure you read this post till the end, this is an article that you don't want to miss!
1. Make sure you get enough sleep
A good and deep sleep stimulates and energizes the immune system while sleep deprivation can have the opposite effect. To make sure you get a good sleep, take care and don't eat heavy foods before going to bed and stay away from caffeinated drinks.
2. Try to avoid stressful situations
Sure, this thing is more easy to say that to do. Stress is a major part of everyones life but if we want to be healthy, we have to try and reduce it as much as possible. How do we do that? Simple! Try to do everyday something that you like and that relaxes you. Take a bubble bath, read your favorite book, meditate, do yoga, do whatever makes you happy. I think if we will pay more attention to these things we would be amazed with the results.
3. Eat well
This advice looks simple at a first look, but in real life things aren't so easy, especially with all that unhealthy food that looks so yummy and prevents you to eat what's right and better for your body. The key is to find the right balance between the two and try to eat a lot of fruits, veggies and foods rich in protein.
4. Try to exercise more often
I think everybody knows the benefits that exercising brings in our life, but few know that this is the greatest way to boost up your immune system. Exercise not only boosts the white blood cells throughout your body, but it also increases the natural production of the T cells that are so important for our immunity.
5. Be a friend of prebiotics and for an immune system boost
Bimuno prebiotics provide a wide range of important benefits to our body. They help in maintaining a good digestive balance and general wellbeing. Prebiotics are sometimes confused with probiotics but they are completely different. Like us, ‘good’ bacteria have their own favourite food. This is a special type of complex carbohydrate scientifically known as a prebiotic (literally meaning ‘before life’) which they thrive on. Prebiotics feed and increase the ‘good’ types of bacteria such as lactobacilli and bifidobacteria without feeding the ‘bad’ types.
I really hope that you find my advices useful and that you will take them into consideration. Don't forget to take a very good care of your body through this cold season, because if you take care of your body, your body will take care of you!
Till next time, take care and don't forget to smile!