Get that daily dose of exercise to boost your immunity. By carving out time to be active, you can feel better, more energized, and strengthen your immune system. Make it a point to take a brisk walk during your lunch break. If you can, use a standing desk at work. Skip the email and deliver a message to a colleague in person. Take the stairs. An active routine will allow you to stay healthier and feel more energized overall.
Why it Matters:
Exercise and taking steps to maintain an active lifestyle in general can help to naturally increase your immunity in a variety of ways. So just what are the added benefits of breaking a sweat? Read on…
- Exercise gets our blood pumping more rapidly, which helps white blood cells circulate more rapidly to better fend off illness.
- Increased activity levels can also slow down the release of stress hormones and stimulate the release of endorphins.
- Higher body temperatures driven by exercise can help prevent bacteria from growing and aid the immune system in fighting infection.
Next Steps: A recent health survey found that an incredible 60% of participants reported fewer colds since they began their exercise routine. Follow their lead and skip the stress of being sick this year by being proactive. By simply taking a walk each day, you can start strengthening your immune system and decreasing your likelihood of having to call in sick. And, if you’re looking for more great tips, join us for our free upcoming workshop: Boost Your Immune System in 21 Days (details on our Facebook Page).
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About this Event
Even the healthiest people get sick every now and then. But, did you know, that by fine-tuning certain aspects of your health routine, you can help strengthen your immune system against everyday bacteria and viruses like those that cause the common cold and flu?
You do now! We invite you to join us for our upcoming, free workshop: How to Boost Your Immune System in 21 Days. We’ll give you the tools and tips you need to make this your healthiest year yet! Sign up yourself and a guest today, and together let’s begin your journey toward better health.
Let’s get back on track and back to life… healthy! We’ll see you there!
Date & Time
Thursday, February 27th, 2020 from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CST @ Vero Chiropractic
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