Immune Support

The Immune System Needs Help

The phrase immune support basically means immunity modulation. It’s about supplementing the natural immunity of the body. Supplementing is something that would have been unnecessary if the world were not rife with a multitude of disease-causing microorganisms. It would be unnecessary if everyone lives a stress & pollution-free world, eats a balanced diet and gets adequate nutrition from their organic food consumption to ensure a properly functioning immune system. However, these are far from the truth in the real world. That’s why it is wise to use dietary supplements that support a healthy immune system function.

Air pollution is risk to the immunesystem

There are three major ways to have immune support: taking supplements, leading a healthy lifestyle, and avoiding things that could weaken the immune system.

1) Supplements to Support Your Immune System

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Supplements can be in various forms and formulations. These supplements are formulated to provide supplemental amounts of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B6, vitamin E, zinc, selenium, and other essentials to ensure the proper condition of the immune system. Supplements may also contain probiotics, omega 3 fatty acids, astragalus, colostrum, lactoferrin, elderberry, echinacea, Agaricus blazei Murill, and other ingredients known for their immunity-modulating properties.

 

2) Live a Healthy Lifestyle

Another way of having immune support is by living a healthy lifestyle. This means eating a balanced diet, especially fruits and vegetables, and adopting a regular exercise routine or regular physical activities that gets the body moving and sweating. Also, it’s always important to get adequate sleep. Sleep deprivation is one of the leading causes of immunity degradation. As studies have shown, T-cells go down when someone lacks sleep and inflammatory cytokines rise, leading to greater risks of developing colds or flu.

3) Don’t Add Extra Harm to your Immune System

Dont add harm to the immune system

Moreover, it’s important to avoid smoking, excessive sodium consumption, antibiotics, and stressful situations. If you have friends who smoke, you may just have to stay away from them the moment they light a stick. If your doctor prescribes antibiotics to you, try asking for alternatives as they will most likely work with you in finding other treatment options that don’t require you to take in antibiotic capsules over a week or so. Also, consume alcoholic beverages in moderation. Never make binge drinking a habit. Moderate beer or wine consumption actually has health benefits, but they quickly become damaging the moment you start drinking too much.

Immune support is not just about taking supplements. It’s also about good eating, regular exercising, avoiding things that can imperil your immunity. Take note of the points mentioned above and to enjoy a properly functioning immune system.

References:

  1. www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/how-to-boost-your-immune-system
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4684115/
  3. http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/features/immune-system-lack-of-sleep
  4. http://naturaldatabase.therapeuticresearch.com/

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