22 Healthy Habits That Will Take Your Immunity To The Next Level

From taking probiotics, exercising regularly, getting some sunlight, maintaining good hygiene to upping your zinc and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Drink more water – 00:40
Enjoy the sauna – 01:02
Take probiotics – 01:20
Meditate – 01:51
Get enough sleep – 02:16
Avoid processed foods – 02:45
Exercise regularly – 03:08
Reduce stress – 03:39
Check your diet – 03:56
Eliminate tobacco and avoid alcohol – 04:47
Up your zinc intake – 05:13
Sip some green tea – 05:33
Get some sunlight – 05:54
Avoid excess medications – 06:13
Maintain good hygiene – 06:37
Make sure you eat enough protein – 06:59
Keep your comorbidities in check – 07:30
Shower after working out – 07:49
Drink a warm immunity-boosting beverage – 08:06
Spice up your meals – 08:26
Try essential oils – 08:44
Eat more plant based foods – 09:06


1. Drink more water: The most well-known, surefire way to boost your immune system is by drinking plenty of water. Sufficient hydration, best indicated by light yellow urine, means your blood is oxygenated, toxins will be flushed, and vital organs and muscles will function their best.2. Enjoy the sauna: Exposing yourself to extremely hot, dry temperatures for short periods is a natural immune-boosting method. The sauna is your friend when considering the benefits of “environmental conditioning”. That is, forcing your body to adjust to extreme heat or cold.3. Take Probiotics: Probiotics, aka live bacteria, can help establish a healthy gut, and that is where immunity starts. Roughly seventy percent of your immune system resides in your gut. Probiotics are the key to balancing the gut microbiome and strengthening your immune system. 4. Meditate: Meditation is a great immune-boosting practice. It lowers stress and cortisol, boosting your body's response to fight viruses. It has been confirmed through research that what we feel and think impacts our immune system through chemical messages from the brain.
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