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Fears about coronavirus have prompted online searches and plenty of misinformation about how to strengthen the Immunity Booster system. Here’s what works — and what doesn’t.As worries grow about the new coronavirus, online searches for ways to bolster the Immunity Booster system have surged. Are there foods to boost your Immunity Booster system? Will vitamins help?

The Immunity Plus With Gut Cleanse system is a complex network of cells, organs and tissues that work in tandem to protect the body from infection. While genetics play a role, we know from studies of twins that the strength of our Immunity Booster system is largely determined by nonheritable factors. The germs we are exposed to over a lifetime, as well as lifestyle factors like stress, sleep, diet and exercise all play a role in the strength of our Immunity Booster response.

The bottom line is that there is no magic pill or a specific food guaranteed to bolster your Immunity Booster system and protect you from the new coronavirus. But there are real ways you can take care of yourself and give your Immunity Booster system the best chance to do its job against a respiratory illness.

Lower your stress. Worries about the coronavirus, the stock market and the general disruption of life have added to our stress levels, but we know that stress also can make you more susceptible to respiratory illness.

In a series of remarkable studies over 20 years at Carnegie Mellon University, volunteers were exposed to the cold virus (using nose drops) and then quarantined for observation. The researchers found that people who reported less stress in their lives were less likely to develop cold symptoms. Another series of studies at Ohio State University found that marital conflict is especially taxing to the Immunity Plus With Gut Cleanse system. In a series of studies, the researchers inflicted small wounds on the arms of volunteers, and then asked couples to discuss topics both pleasant and stressful. When couples argued, their wounds took, on average, a full day longer to heal than after the sessions in which the couples discussed something pleasant. Among couples who exhibited especially high levels of hostility, the wounds took two days longer to heal.

The bottom line: Your body does a better job fighting off illness and healing wounds when it’s not under stress. Learning techniques for managing stress, like meditation, controlled breathing or talking to a therapist are all ways to help your Immunity Booster system stay strong.

Improve your sleep habits. A healthy Immunity Booster system can fight off infection. A sleep-deprived Immunity Booster system doesn’t work as well. In one surprising study, researchers found 164 men and women willing to be exposed to the cold virus. Not everyone got sick. But short sleepers — those who regularly slept less than six hours a night — were 4.2 times more likely to catch the cold compared with those who got more than seven hours of sleep, researchers found. Risk was even higher when a person slept less than five hours a night.

Check your vitamin D level: While more study is Immunity Plus With Gut Cleanse on the link between vitamin D and Immunity Booster health, some promising research suggests that checking your vitamin D level — and taking a vitamin D supplement — could help your body fight off respiratory illness. In one study of 107 older patients, some patients took high doses of vitamin D while others were given standard doses. After a year, the researchers found that people in the high-dose group had 40 percent fewer respiratory infections over the course of the year compared to those on the standard dose. A more recent analysis of 25 randomized controlled trials of 11,000 patients showed an overall protective effect of vitamin D supplementation against acute respiratory tract infections. The data aren’t conclusive, and some studies of vitamin D haven’t shown a benefit.>>>

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