Fighting Being Sick
Are you tired of being sick all the time? While the body is naturally equipped to battle illness and disease, over time, we can do so much damage to it that it stops being effective. Plus, sometimes bacteria, viruses, and germs make their way through its defenses and lead to sickness. If your immune system seems to have broken down, here are a few things you can do to help boost it back up.
No one likes being sick in any way. Having a cold is the worse. The runny nose, coughing, and overall miserableness can turn any day into a horrible one. That’s especially true if your symptoms are just bad enough to make you feel terrible but not actually bad enough to give you a good reason to call off sick and stay home. Even worse, there’s no cure for the common cold. At least, that’s what your doctor would say.
Tips for Protecting Yourself
Stop damaging your body. Smoking, getting drunk, eating poorly, and other bad habits can severely compromise the immune system and leave you feeling run down. Stop destroying your body.
You need to exercise. It does a lot more for the body than some people think. Even if you don’t go to the gym, go walk around the block a few times. Even as little as walking for 20 to 30 minutes every other day can provide a huge number of health bonuses.
Take a good supplement or a multivitamin. Many people take a lot of different supplements, but not all of them work. Some are actually pretty worthless. A good multi-vitamin is important, but even the best don’t include everything the body really needs. Taking something like our Organic & Kosher Freeze Dried Pure Acerola Capsules can be an amazing way of boosting the body’s vitamin C and defeating many different illnesses.
Get a good night’s sleep. If the body isn’t rested, it’s not prepared to fight off infections and illnesses. Try to get on a set sleep schedule and stick to it.
Start eating a healthy died While there’s a lot of argument about what a “good” diet consists of, few people would argue that fruits, vegetables, and whole grains need to be included. Limit the number of carbs, especially sugars, you eat, and cut down on saturated fats.
Take Vitamin C
Vitamin C has been used as a cold remedy for decades, and although doctors will say there’s no medical proof that it works, many people swear by it. Vitamin C is used by the body for a number of things. It provides a good source of antioxidants, which help keep the body’s cells healthy. It also helps in building muscles, blood vessels, and bones. It helps the body create collagen and take in iron.
But what is it in this vitamin that helps battle the cold? It’s a mixture of all of these things. Keeping the body healthy and strong is necessary. One problem, however, is that Vitamin C doesn’t stay in the body for long, so it has to be replenished every day. But some people may not get their daily recommended allowance each day, leaving their bodies weaker and unable to deal with the cold as easily.
There are many different ways of getting Vitamin C. It is in a number of foods people eat, but that’s no guarantee of getting the daily recommend amount. Instead, many people take Vitamin C supplements.
You may also want to start taking a supplement that contains graviola. Research has shown that a graviola supplement may be able to provide you with a number of benefits.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any diseases.