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Are You Sabotaging Your Immune System?

Your immune system helps protect you from illness, but if you keep getting sick, it may be time to get to the bottom of it. Learn how you may be sabotaging your immunity in today's post.. Learn more at eVitamins, the largest online health UK superstore.

To keep us from getting sick, we rely on our immune system to block out threats of illness. But what if you were sabotaging your own chances of staying well by preventing your immune system from doing its job?

With some lifestyle and diet changes, thankfully, you can turn it around and stop sabotaging your immune system.

Immune System Basics
Your immune system is comprised of organs, tissues, cells and chemicals within the body, such as the the bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, thymus gland and white blood cells. When we're born, we're innately immune to certain toxins through natural barriers like the skin. Over time, as we're exposed to more of our environment, we develop adaptive immunity to resist more and more threats of illness.

Common Immunity Sabotagers
It's easier than you think to sabotage your immune system. With busy, hectic lives, it isn't always easy to look after, but your immune system is crucial for sustained health. Add up how many of these things describe you:

  • Vices like smoking cigarettes
  • Sustained anxiety
  • Lack of sleep
  • An inconsistent schedule
  • A diet rich in processed foods and low in whole foods
  • Obesity
  • Frequent high intensity/endurance-based exercise
  • Lack of exposure to sunlight

All of these factors have been shown to weaken the body's natural defenses and can cause someone who may even seem fit otherwise to get sick often. Most of these immunity sabotagers are very common but, thankfully, totally reversible.

How to Strengthen Immunity Naturally
Keeping your immune system on high alert is especially important during cold and flu season. There are many ways to alter the diet as well as your habits to do this, including:

As always, it's best to consult with your doctor before adding any supplements to your routine, especially if you're pregnant, breastfeeding or being treated for a medical condition. They can help you determine the adequate dosage and length of treatment. When taking a new supplement, always pay close attention to how you feel and keep your doctor informed of any changes.

You can find the supplements mentioned in this post and more at great prices at eVitamins. Check back tomorrow for more health news and tips.


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