Though nowhere in the world has come up with the authentic vaccine for the coronavirus. We need to take our safety and security in our hands. Therefore, read the tips below which you can add in your schedule to improve your immune system for good.
1- You are what you eat
As the famous quote says, a human can improve its immune system by solely changing its diet. Your body must get regular consumptions of fiber, derived from plants like fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, and legumes. A high-fiber diet can improve the lung function, but those on a low-fiber diet have more damage to their lung tissue. To keep the body healthy and away from other lifestyle diseases one should regularly eat foods, such as dandelion greens, garlic, onions, leeks, asparagus, apples, barley, oats, burdock root, flaxseed, seaweed, and jicama; and probiotic or fermented foods, like sauerkraut, kimchi, miso, tempeh, kefir, and yogurt.
2- Exercise !
Exercise is not about losing weight, it has massive anti aging benefits and immune-strengthening abilities. The kinds of exercises make sirtuins go up.Going for jogging, speed-walking up inclines, swimming, and jumping rope, as well as strength and interval training and aerobic exercises also helps to reduce plaque formation in the arteries by keeping HDL levels higher
3- Stressing is stupidity
Stress does nothing good to anyone rather stimulates the sympathetic nervous system and stress hormones like adrenaline, norepinephrine, and cortisol. Instead one should go for meditation, breathing exercises, yoga, gratitude, and mindfulness as they are proven ways to calm the nervous system and keep stress at bay, so our bodies don’t suffer as a result.
Even the negative mental states such as anxiety and loneliness affect immune responses. It also has an adverse impact on our sleeping cycle which in turn has all kinds of consequences for inflammation and our immune system
4- Ensure hygienic routine
Ofcourse, the coronavirus loves to stay in unhygienic places and we should not turn out living spaces to host a coronavirus. Therefore, be diligent about regularly washing your clothes, your home and the food you buy, like salad greens, which may contain salmonella or E. coli.