Here are a few tips to consider to boost your immune system. Boosting your immune system can help keep your body healthy and ready to fight off infections. Please consider these especially in vulnerable populations including those with special needs/disabilities that have fragile immune systems as well as the elderly.
Please note this list of tips is an ever evolving list that is meant to enhance the information already out there on responding to COVID-19. This list of tips is meant to empower you to take action and help yourself, your family and your health. This list of tips is not meant to overwhelm or to do all things right now but in incremental changes to your comfort. We hope it is helpful information.
Get your rest. This is so important. Sleep is important as it is the time the body is healing.
Turn off your Wi Fi at night especially so the body can heal. Put your cell phones on airplane mode (yes the alarm if you use it on there still works in airplane mode!)
Eat as close to organic non GMO as you can. If you cannot afford all things organic be sure to try to make small incremental changes where you can in getting you and your family in this direction.
Get your sugar intake under control. Watch the sugar you are intaking and lower it as much as you can.
Drink lots of water. Keep your body hydrated. Opt for water instead of other drinks.
Exercise. Take walks as a family if you are able. Exercise helps to alleviate stress which is so necessary right now.
Foods to consider
Red bell peppers
Supplements to consider
Vitamin C (pure powder is great) coupled with some baking soda helps to drink it down
Vitamin D especially when we have cloudy skies with rain and can't get natural Vitamin D from being outside
Elderberry (Gaia sells a nice one non GMO or there are recipes to make your own as well)
Vitamins B12 and B6
Consider alternative therapies
salt therapy centers
oxygen therapy including hyperbaric
breathing treatments including the use of a nebulizer
DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein is not intended to constitute legal or medical advice and is not to be acted as such.