Wintertime is by far the most common time for people to fall ill. As everyone stays indoors, close contact with others leads to illness. In addition, your immune system is often more compromised during the colder months due to a lack of sunshine and vitamins. There are several things you can do to support your immune system in the winter and throughout the year to ensure you stay healthy.
Get More Sleep
Your body rejuvenates when you are sleeping. It is while you are asleep that that your body heals, and new cells are developed. If you aren’t getting enough sleep and often feel run down or tired, you are doing your immune system a disservice. Make sure you are getting at least eight hours of sleep every night – more, if you are still feeling tired. Read More