The first thing that comes to people’s mind when it comes to disease immunity is vaccination. That’s right. But there are things in life, as well as healthy habits that are capable of preventing season flue or basic cold. Sexual activity, a walk in the park and a healthy sleep are the perfect warriors against dry cough and running noses.
According to some American researches, washing your hands regularly will prevent diseases from entering your health system. They also advise people keep a distance from people who cough and have a running nose.
An important thing to have in mind is to never stop moving, meaning be on the move, don’t spend too much time in bed or sitting in front of the computer. It is logical that the body which muscles are in motion is less likely to get a disease, than the ones that status-stationary is on their agenda. But don’t get carried away with too much walking or running or you’ll over heat the body like a car engine is heated after an entire day of driving.
Sex is a natural biological activity that triggers the level of immunoglobulin A, important molecule in the immune system which play an important pat in the battle against viruses.
Get some sleep; don’t cut your sleeping hours by sitting on the PC or watching TV. Research has shown that the immune cells, who fight against viral infections, are reduced 30% in people which sleep less than normal; Normal being that of 6 to 8 hours a sleep for adults, and 10 hours a sleep for youngsters.