How to Enhance Immunity?

Flu is getting severe this year, other than the regular ways of prevention, a strong body immunity works to fight against flu. Here are ways that help improve immunity.


Researches have shown that long-term stress weakens the immune system. Try to relax yourself.

2. Regular Sex

Regular sex not only makes you feel good, but actually benefits your body. In a study to investigate the relationship between sexual behavior and physical health in 40+ adults, people who are sexually active are generally better off than those who do not have sex.

3. Be positive

An optimistic attitude is beneficial to your health. A study found that the more optimistic people are, the stronger their immune systems are. Doing what you like, learning to be hopeful in difficult times, and not thinking too much about negative factors can help you keep your attitude positive.

4. Laugh A Lot

A group of researchers, summing up several studies published in the world’s top journals, found that when people laughed at the fun of television, their immune ability increased immediately.

5. Antioxidants

Antioxidants help boost immune. Taking enough fruits and vegetables, and taking effective antioxidants will help.

6. Vitamins

Some vitamins provide antioxidant effects, and help to strengthen immune system.

7. Exercises

One of the direct ways of improving immunity is exercise. Exercising every day at moderate levels is very helpful.

8. Good Sleep

Adequate sleep is important to keep the immune system work well. Most adults need 7-9 hours of sleep every night.

9. Quit Smoke

Quitting smoking can reduce the burden of the immune system, and try your best to avoid second-hand smoke.
10. Good Hygiene
Using water to wash germs away is certainly easier than using your own immune system to fight them. Using soap, flowing water, and washing for at least 20 seconds are the 3 basic requirements for hand washing. If you don’t have soap and tap water in your place, you can also clean your hands with alcoholic hand sanitizer with alcohol content above 60%.
* The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.