Consuming unhealthy food at irregular hours and compensating with health supplements is a common practice nowadays. But as per doctors, there is no evidence of the health benefits of such supplements.
As per Harvard Medical School, boosting the number of cells in the body – immune cells or the others – is not necessarily a good thing. “For example, athletes, who engage in “blood doping” – pumping blood into their system to boost their number of blood cells and enhance their performance – run the risk of strokes” it adds.
The Harvard advisory suggests a healthy lifestyle to keep the immune system strong.
Adopting the following few healthy habits may help.
- Eat a balanced diet, containing fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables.
- Don’t smoke.
- Exercise regularly.
- Get adequate sleep.
- Drink only in moderation.
- Maintain a healthy weight.
- Reducing stress and remaining in a joyous state.
- Don’t hate anybody.
- Reducing electronic screen watching time and adopting a habit of reading.
- Following the guidelines to avoid infection, such as washing hands with soap frequently, keeping social distance, etc.
- Health supplements like Calcium, Vitamin – D, and Vitamin- C Should be taken under medical supervision.
- Multivitamins should be used for specific conditions or known deficiencies.
- There is little evidence that immune boosters can help reduce infection, therefore prolonged use without medical need may have serious impacts.
Wishing all to be in a healthy state.
(For awareness purposes only).
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