Fight Omicron with these simple tips to strengthen immunity | the health

Amid a sharp rise in Omicron cases across the country, getting a full vaccination and boosting the effectiveness of the body’s immune system are some of our defenses against viruses. With a highly contagious strain of Covid-19, it is time to prepare our bodies to fight the virus effectively through proper diet, exercise, sleep and a more active lifestyle.

T cells in our immune army play a prominent role in targeting and destroying virus-infected cells and providing us with protection. Their role in fighting new strains of Covid-19 has been found to be more effective than antibodies.

Wellness expert and life coach Luke Coutinho took to Instagram to share ways to boost T-cell immunity with simple tips.

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Vitamin D is the key

Coutinho says that vitamin D is essential for immune function, prevention, and recovery and advises his followers to check their levels and get enough sunlight.

The power of sleep

Getting sleep is crucial as it helps rejuvenate the body while stabilizing energy levels and appetite for the next day.

No one should underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep that can rejuvenate and rejuvenate the body and mind like no other.

“How much medical science do you need to see how sleep deprivation lowers your immune response, increases inflammation, and literally invites infections, viruses, etc,” says the expert.

Exercise moderately, stay active, and eat well

Exercising in moderation, moving around and staying active are some very simple yet very effective ways to keep your immunity high.

The expert also recommends foods rich in vitamin C and foods rich in zinc for good health along with “garlic, ginger, Indian garam masala, turmeric, raw honey, tulsi, cruciferous, colored peppers, amla, and rainbow dishes.”

Breathing exercises

Calm and tension can do wonders for your immunity and the best way to achieve this is to do some basic pranayama exercises. Breathing exercises will supply your cells with oxygen and make you healthier over a period of time.

He drinks a lot of water to stay healthy (Pixabay)
He drinks a lot of water to stay healthy (Pixabay)

No one should underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep that can rejuvenate and rejuvenate the body and mind like no other.

“How much medical science do you need to see how sleep deprivation lowers your immune response, increases inflammation, and literally invites infections, viruses, etc,” says the expert.

Exercise moderately, stay active, and eat well

Exercising in moderation, moving around and staying active are some very simple yet very effective ways to keep your immunity high.

The expert also recommends foods rich in vitamin C and foods rich in zinc for good health along with “garlic, ginger, Indian garam masala, turmeric, raw honey, tulsi, cruciferous, colored peppers, amla, and rainbow dishes.”

Breathing exercises

Calm and tension can do wonders for your immunity and the best way to achieve this is to do some basic pranayama exercises. Breathing exercises will supply your cells with oxygen and make you healthier over a period of time.

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Stay hydrated

The expert urges people to drink plenty of water, not just coffee and tea. It also asks to eliminate refined sugars, flour, processed foods, fast food, and soft drinks.

Change your lifestyle

Adjust your lifestyle to reverse lifestyle diseases so that your body is not already burdened with diseases. Control the side effects of your medications to keep your immune army strong. He also advised his followers to quit smoking and eat fast food.

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