Ways to Boost Immunity for a Longer and Healthier Life

People appear to have learnt their lessons about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, as Covid has taken an extended break. Yoga, Ayurvedic medicine, and a fitness-oriented lifestyle are becoming more popular.

Enclosed schedules, frantic routines, and burning the midnight oil far too often characterized modern living. However, to activate a near-perfect immune response, it is also necessary to live a healthy, active, and stress-free lifestyle in addition to eating the correct foods that nourish your body.

Many people have come to understand that psychological problems exist as a result of the pandemic. Weekends spent with family, as well as rejuvenation and recharge activities, are all in high demand, all in the name of good health.

Here are some strategies for boosting your immunity against the rising number of diseases that are threatening to devastate our society:


Make sure you eat three nutritious major meals each day. A common misconception is that to maintain a healthy BMI, one must forego meals. Contrary to popular belief, this is not the case. Your body will suffer more harm than good if you skip meals.

When you’re hungry for an extended period, your body goes into survival mode, which can lead to acidity. Every day, consume three nutritious meals that include green vegetables, at least two fruits, legumes, sprouts, any type of grain, and good fats.


Herbs like amla, triphala, and neem protect your health from seasonal ailments like colds and fevers, particularly during the Monsoon season when flu, coughs, and the common cold spread more quickly.

Start your day with a glass of tulsi-ginger juice, then follow it up with a smoothie consisting of broccoli, kale, spinach, carrot, and half Vitamin C-rich lemon juice in the afternoon. For rejuvenation and healthy digestion, drink a hot cup of cinnamon and turmeric green tea after 45 minutes of eating.


High blood pressure, menstruation difficulties, heartburn, sleeplessness, and a weakened immune system are all symptoms of a stressful existence. As a result, make deliberate attempts to maintain an active and peaceful lifestyle. 

Make sleep a priority, and meditate to lower your heart rate and blood pressure while also reducing anxiety. Meditation and yoga asanas, as well as other fitness regimens, can help you cope with stress.

“To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.” – William Londen

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous post Taliban Changes Name and Flag of Afghanistan and More
Next post Do You Ever Wonder Why Mosquitoes Bite You, Here’s Why?