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Your immune system is an intricate network of cells, tissues, and organs that band together to defend your body against foreign invaders – things like germs, viruses, and bacteria. A healthy immune system protects you by creating a barrier that stops those invaders from entering your body. If one happens to slip by, it starts to produce white blood cells and other chemicals that attack and destroy these foreign substances. If your immune system can’t get rid of the invader before it starts to reproduce, it simply revs up, even more, to destroy the invaders as they multiply.
In addition to blood cells and chemicals that physically attack germs, your skin, lungs, digestive tract, saliva, and tears are also all involved in the immune response. That’s why washing your hands and not touching your face are so important too.
Is it really possible to BOOST your immunity with Ayurveda?
Simply put, there is no quick fix when it comes to suddenly boost your immunity in Ayurveda and there is no supplement nor food that will suddenly strengthen it. The single best way to keep yourself, and your immune system, healthy is to choose a healthy lifestyle. What this does is offers support to your immune system and allows it to get on with its job of keeping invaders out, instead of trying to sort out other health problems.
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Nutritional compounds like vitamin C, antioxidants, and zinc do work with your immune system and help it function more effectively, but the truth is that if you are already eating a balanced diet, the evidence and research don’t promote the need to take more. So the simple answer here is: eat well. Reduce your intake of highly processed and sugary foods, and increase your intake of fresh, healthy ones. If you enjoy foods touted as immune boosters, there’s no harm in eating them as part of a balanced diet, but don’t assume that’s all you need to do and don’t neglect supported health advice, like washing your hands and not touching your face.
What other healthy lifestyle habits support a healthy immune system?
Sleep is good for everything – but it’s an undercover superstar when it comes to immunity, and there are two reasons for that. First, stress hormones dip while you’re asleep – that’s important because these hormones dampen your immune response. Second, a good night’s sleep boosts the effectiveness of specialized immune cells, called T-cells. T-cells are in charge of recognizing foreign invaders and activating the proteins that attach to and kill them. It works so well in fact that studies have found that people who sleep for less than 7 hours a night are around 3 times more likely to catch a cold than those sleeping for 8 hours or more.
Is keeping stress in check also important?
Stress decreases the number of white blood cells that help fight off infection. The lower this level, the more at risk you are for infection. And this is where exercise comes in! Exercise delivers a double whammy to your immune system. It slows the release of stress hormones, while at the same time improving natural immune defense activity.
Does any kind of exercise help?
Anything that gets your heart pumping helps! Your immune system responds almost immediately to exercise… so I would definitely make use of the daily exercise window. That said, exercising vigorously for all 3 hours of it may just do the opposite. Very high intensity and exhaustive training workloads are linked to a drop in immunity.
What could you do today to help support your immune system?
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Focussing on a healthy diet, sleeping well, and moving more are the 3 cornerstones to a healthy immune system. But a positive mindset is equally as important. Research shows that positive thoughts reduce stress and inflammation and increase resilience to infection, while negative emotions can make you more susceptible to the common cold and flu. So I think it is important that we try to keep that in mind as we face the many unknowns of the lockdown and deal with all of its frustrations, including limited exercise windows, shopping restrictions, and of course… homeschooling!