The flu and cold season is in pollen, and besides them, the new coronavirus COVID-19 has attacked the lives of people all over the world and the country is in a state of emergency, and today with a curfew. All of these pathogens put the immune system at risk and serious. Immunity is at high risk, especially with some bad habits that reduce one’s own immunity.
What are these mistakes in our daily lives that weaken the immune system?
You do not leave time to rest and take care of yourself
Both physical health and mental health are important for the immune system. When you do not give yourself enough rest, do not worry about feeling good and do not try to reduce stress levels in the body, the immune system weakens its resistance. That’s why you get more sick when you live and work at a fast pace.
Eat plenty of processed foods
Processed foods contain large amounts of added refined sugars. They are extra extra calories in your daily intake. In addition, processed foods contain various artificial colors, preservatives, enhancers. They all have a bad effect on the body and weaken the immune system.
Lack of sleep
Sleep is an essential and basic mechanism that the body has by nature that provides a number of important processes of healing and regeneration in the body. When you are not sleeping enough and stressful, it automatically suppresses your immune system and makes you susceptible to infections and infections. To boost immune defense, you need to sleep 8 hours each night and go to bed to set up a routine. It is important for the body to function properly.
Regular consumption of alcohol can weaken your immunity. Despite the widespread perception that concentrated alcohol helps fight viruses and bacteria, there is no scientifically valid basis for this, even to the contrary. Even small amounts of alcohol can make it difficult to process, along with everything else we consider food and drink, and can weaken the immune system.
You are not physically active or exaggerate with exercise
The endings are bad. Immobilization and sedentary lifestyle are harmful to the immune system. To improve its function, it is important to exercise for 20-30 minutes a day to maintain a normal level of metabolism and good blood circulation.