3 Ways To Boost Your Immune System During the Fall Season

3 Ways To Boost Your Immune System During the Fall Season

Whenever fall approaches, it’s always a good idea to start thinking about your immune system. With COVID-19 still being an issue across the country, this year is a particularly important time to start thinking about your body’s defense against that illness, and many more. Thankfully, boosting your immune system is easier than you might think. Below, we’ll break down 3 ways to boost your immune system during the fall season with some simple lifestyle and dietary changes.

Maintain a Consistent Sleep Schedule

Due to the hectic schedules many people keep, it’s understandable that increasing sleep time might immediately be a no-go for some. That being said, keeping a consistent, healthy sleep schedule is a task worth trying to introduce to your daily routine.

Without enough sleep, your immune functions can lower and hinder your body’s defense during the fall season. Again, we understand that it might be tough for some people, but taking the time to allow for seven to eight hours of sleep each night can do wonders for your immune system.

Regularly Drink Tea

Drinking a few cups of tea each day is a delicious and aromatic experience. Aside from these benefits, a warm cup of tea can help you improve your overall health as well, depending on the type you’re drinking. Green tea is the most famous tea when it comes to immune-boosting abilities thanks to two specific ingredients: epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which is an antioxidant, and L-theanine, which is an amino acid.

Although green tea is famous for its health benefits, there’s an eclectic variety of immune-boosting teas available on the market, all of which carry a unique mixture of ingredients that give each batch a special, satisfying flavor and scent.

Introduce Fruits and Vegetables Into Your Diet

Another delicious and nutritious way to introduce immune-boosting antioxidants, as well as some crucial vitamins, into your daily diet is with the help of some fruits and vegetables. Products such as spinach, broccoli, watermelon, kiwi, and strawberries are just a handful of healthy foods you can use to improve your health for the upcoming fall season. Increasing your intake of these nutritious products, whether it’s for a quick snack or as part of a meal, can make a big difference in your body’s defense against seasonal illnesses over time.

These 3 ways to boost your immune system during the Fall season shouldn’t just be methods you use when summer comes to a close. If you take the time to use these methods all throughout the year, you can improve your body’s defense against common illnesses on a daily basis.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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