Today on Dassehra we at SSOHM will provide you with some tips that will not just help you but provide you with information that will help you to guide your friends and relatives to cure or avoid Evil diseases.
Regardless of what viral infections are making their rounds in your community this season, there are actions that you can take to strengthen your natural immunity and increase your chances of preventing illness.
Eat a Nutrient-Dense, Real Food Diet: All cells in the body, including those that are part of the immune system, are both derived from the food that you eat and rely on fuel from the food that you consume to perform their specific functions. When a diet that is high in processed carbohydrates, hydrogenated fats, and artificial preservatives and additives is consumed, the cells in your body are weakened and unable to function optimally.
Get an Adequate Amount of Sleep: Sufficient sleep and rest is critical to a healthy immune system. There is a complex relationship between sleep and the immune system, with certain disease-fighting substances being created or released only during sleep. An inadequate amount of sleep can also contribute to inflammation and reduce normal functioning of the immune system. Every individual’s need for sleep will vary, but evidence suggests that most people need at least 7-10 hours in order to function optimally and support the body’s natural defenses against viral infections.
Reduce Stress: The human body was not designed to be subjected to the amount of chronic stressors present in our modern society. The master stress hormone, cortisol, affects every single system in the body and chronic activation of the stress response weakens immunity. Chronic stress often involves an emotional component, but it also includes physical stressors, such as a poor diet, over or under-exercising, hidden infections, toxin exposure, too little sunlight exposure, or inadequate sleep and rest. Tackling all of the individual components of stress is important to ensuring a strong immune system.
Obtain Sufficient Sunlight Exposure: Vitamin D is a hormone precursor that plays an important role in modulating the immune system. The evidence suggests that vitamin D deficiency due to seasonal variations in sunlight exposure could account for the cyclic nature of influenza.
Wash Your Hands Frequently: Proper hand washing is critical to preventing viral infections. Many viruses and other germs are spread through body fluids and droplets. It is important to wash your hands before preparing or eating food, after using the restroom, after changing diapers or helping a child to use the restroom, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, after cleaning up animal waste, after handling garbage, after taking care of or being around an ill person, and after contact with high-touch objects in public places (handrails, door handles, ATM machines, etc.). It is not necessary to use anti-microbial soap in order to prevent the spread of most germs, as it is the friction and length of time that hands are washed that assists the most with infection control.
Infections start with tonsillitis, cold and cough and gradually spread to the rest of the body. Symptoms of viral fever are body and muscle pain, headache, joint pain, redness of eyes, skin rash and nasal congestion. Some people also experience nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
The treatment of viral fever is entirely symptomatic and it usually comes down after four or five days.
Here are some home remedies for viral symptoms:
” Adequate hydration by drinking lot of liquids.
” Antipyretics and analgesics for fever and body pain.
” Steam inhalation for nasal congestion and sinus pain.
” Salt water gargle for sore throat.
We will wish you a very happy Dassehra and that you win the battle against Evil Diseases.
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