Good Lifestyle Prevents the Worst Flu


Don’t panic:
Stress is bad for our immune system. It’s normal to have worried thoughts. Just don’t entertain them for too long. Now we have the time to do something enjoyable each day and connect with loved ones.

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Keep distance:
Experts advised us to keep 6 feet (or 2 meters) from each other which can prevent this virus from spreading.
Wash hands:
we should do it frequently and don’t touch our face unless we just washed our hands.

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Get rest:
Turn off the screens and start winding down a little earlier. Enough quality sleep is the ultimate tonic to our immune functioning. With quality sleep, we look younger and feel stronger. We are better in everywhere!

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Drink water:
Drink some water even we are not thirsty. Water supports healthy mucous membranes as a first line of defense. Hot water and inhibit viruses in our throat. Water is in all of our physiological processes, washing toxins out 24/7.


Eat nutritious foods:
Eat more colorful vegetables and fruits as they have a lot of antioxidants to reduce inflammation. Reduce junk foods: Processed foods, sugar, industrial seed oils, alcohol and commercial fast food cause inflammation.

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Exercise regularly:
Take a 15 to 30 minute brisk walk every day in fresh air if possible. This improves the functioning of our lungs and heart, which increase our ability to prevent and cure pneumonia (lung infection and inflammation. Covid-19 leads to acute severe pneumonia.


Breathe deeply:
At the end of your walking, do some deep slow breathing to detox and strengthen your lungs. Breath in through your nose for a count of 4, hold for 1 count, then out through your mouth for a count of 5, hold for 1 count. Repeat this exercise for a few times.


Meditation with deep breathing helps to connect with the source of our energy. At this state, our immune system works the best. If you don’t have the habit of meditating yet, there are many free instructions on YouTube.