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COVID 19 Pandemic : 3 Amazingly Simple ways to boost Your immunity and Protect Yourself from Infections.

COVID 19 Pandemic : 3 Amazingly Simple ways to boost Your immunity and Protect Yourself from Infections.

                                               COVID 19 infection has caused a devastating effect on the world. More than 19 lakhs of people have been infected. Many precious lives have been lost.
                                              We don't know how long this infection will persist. Can we develop the second infection? Answers to all these questions are not known. Why some people get infected but are asymptomatic while few others are seriously sick? Is there some immunity factor in those who survive the infection?

                                            Here are the two articles that I have found out for you regarding boosting your immunity from recent scientific publications.

                                            According to the article published by prestigious Harvard Medical School, you can boost your immunity by following certain universal methods. Your immune system does a remarkable job of defending you against disease-causing microorganisms But sometimes it fails.

                                             The germs invade successfully and make you sick. Is it possible to intervene in this process and boost your immune system? What if you improve your diet? Take certain vitamins or herbal preparations. Make other lifestyle changes in the hope of producing a near-perfect immune response. This article makes a case of a healthy diet, proper exercises, and good sleep.

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                                         In the second article from Cleveland Clinic, the author discusses the role of the 3 vitamins to improve your immunity.

                                        The old saying," An apple a day can keep the doctor away," may have truth behind it after all. Eating nourishing foods rich in certain vitamins can help your immune system fight off illness.

                                          In this article registered dietitian, Julia Zumpano discusses these vitamins. How these vitamins can keep you healthy. She discusses the role of Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and vitamin E in this article. One should eat colorful fruits and vegetables to get adequate vitamins.

                                     We are struggling to cope up with the pandemic of COVID 19. Here are 3 Amazingly Simple ways to boost your immunity. If you have good immunity then you can face any infection. Based on the articles I would recommend these 3 Simple ways to boost your immunity.

  • Improve Your Diet: Increase the intake of Vitamins and Antioxidants in your diet. This includes increasing intake of green leafy vegetables and colored fruits. Adequate amounts of Protein and micronutrients should be in the diet.

  • Avoid Infections:-Regularly wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap. Use Alcohol-based sanitizers. Use Face masks. Maintain Social Distancing.

  • Embrace Positive Lifestyle changes: Stop Smoking. Smoking destroys lung tissues. Regular Exercises and Good sleep also boosts your immunity. Maintaining healthy body weight is always helpful.

                           If you are worried about getting some infection then remember these 3 points.
These simple steps will keep you and your family healthy and protect from infections.
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Dr. Nishikant Sharma MD FACP is a Consultant Physician. He is an Internal Medicine Specialist. He has his own Clinic Near Mumbai India. His area of practice includes Diabetes and Heart Diseases. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has wide experience in treating Infectious diseases as well. He travels to the US  to attend many Conferences and Research Seminars. He is also a Medical writer and content creator He is currently a student at Northwestern University. Coursera. Follow him on Twitter @Nishant26718040 or Linkedin. You can visit his website: on Total number of Cases Update from John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center

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