Every day your immune system is working to protect you from bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites that can lead to disease or infection. That’s why, for optimum health, it is essential to bring your immune system into balance.
A complex and intricate network of cells and proteins, a strong immune system is an important building block to good health overall.
What Are Immune System Disorders?
When an immune system isn’t functioning properly, issues arise.
- A primary immune deficiency is when someone is born with a fragile immune system.
- An acquired immune deficiency is when a disease weakens a person’s immunity.
- If an immune system is over active, there can be allergies.
- Autoimmune disease is when an immune system attacks healthy, normal cells.
The impact of an immune system disorders depends on the individual circumstances. For example, an overactive immune system can result in asthma or eczema while autoimmune diseases include rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
How to Bring Your Immune System Into Balance
When you maintain good day-to-day health habits, it is more likely you will be able to keep your immune system balanced and strong. Three basic strategies, from diet to exercise, may help.
- Develop good habits. Healthy habits include washing your hands regularly and getting plenty of sleep. Also, avoid health hazards like smoking or drinking too much alcohol.
- Exercise and stay attentive. Moving your body is part of good health. Strive to get at least 150 minutes of moderate activity a week. In addition, see your healthcare provider for regular check ups and screenings. Stay attentive to any bodily changes and report them to your healthcare provider. Then, follow their advice, which will likely include maintaining a healthy weight.
- Nourish your body. A diet that is full of plants, lean proteins, and whole grains is your best bet. Cut back on sugars, saturated fats, and red meats. Supplements may also help, such as a systemic enzyme combination to help reduce inflammation in the body, promoting a healthy immune system.
Your Immune System and Inflammation
Inflammation can be healthy. After all, it is one of the ways your body protects itself against infection. Inflammation can have various signs, including swelling, heat, redness, or pain.
While inflammation can be part of a healthy healing process, too much can be harmful. Inflammation has been connected to cancer, dementia, depression, diabetes, heart disease, and more.
Ignite your immune system and fight inflammation with the systemic enzyme combination in Vitalzym. Systemic enzymes are proteins that promote and support many reactions and systems within your body.
Systemic enzymes support becomes more important as we age. Over time, particularly in adulthood, our natural enzyme production wanes. While this decrease is normal, it can be problematic because enzymes are the sparks of life, they are needed for many body processes, including immune system support.
It’s time for you to bring your immune system into balance.
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