(Tyler Durden) Maybe you have some sense that something fishy is going on? Same. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.
(Dr. Edward F. Group) With everything going on around us, from the public health concerns around us to social distancing, immunity is top of mind for most people. What that means is how do you keep your immune system healthy so that your body is healthy, strong, and resilient — able to withstand whatever life throws at you. So, today I’m going to be talking about five tips to naturally boost and support your immune system.
(Phillip Schneider) Without imposing any lockdowns or draconian restrictions on citizens, Sweden has attained a greater immunity than any other country and is estimated to achieve herd immunity to Covid-19 within three weeks.
(Ocean Robbins) A massive body of evidence tells us that our diet and lifestyle choices can influence how our bodies respond to illness. In the time of COVID-19, this wisdom for staying healthy is more important than ever.
(Edsel Cook) Vegetables are known to contain natural compounds that support the protective functions of the immune system. An article in The Francis Crick Institute news page reported that cruciferous vegetables are particularly beneficial when it comes to shielding the intestine from disease-causing microorganisms.
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(Rhonda Johansson) “We literally watched people’s brains drain fluid into these vessels,” said Daniel S. Reich, senior investigator at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), as he was asked to explain the latest findings of his long-sought research. Dr. Reich and his team were understandably nervous but proud of their work as they published their new study, which is the first to empirically validate the presence of lymphatic vessels in the brain — an assumption that was first noted in 1816 but was disregarded by the medical community until now.
(Christina Sarich) Your immune system has a memory of illness. This is newly discovered information published in The Scientist. Researchers have found that this “memory” hints at a truism of epigenetic claims: that we can teach our bodies how to recover lost health with better communication.
(Michelle Simmons) Too much stress, poor quantity and quality of sleep, a sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, and obesity are the most common factors that weaken your immune system, which in turn lead to sickness. To avoid getting sick and strengthen your immune system, try acupressure. Acupressure is a 2,000-year-old traditional Chinese practice that is effective in treating illness and pain. It is a method of sending signals to the body to turn on its own self-healing or regulatory mechanisms by applying physical pressure on different pressure points on the surface of the body with the use of the hand, elbow, or other tools.
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