3 Easy Ways to Support Your Immune Health

Sponsored by: Airborne®

With all there is to do every day, supporting your body from the inside out isn’t something most people take the time to think about, much less do anything about. Luckily, self-care doesn’t have to be a daunting task – it can be as simple as eating, moving and thinking. We’ve got 3 easy ways to incorporate healthy habits into your life that will help you feel your best – emotionally and physically.

A Well-Balanced Diet

Remember the old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Well, believe it or not, there’s some truth to that. A healthy and well-balanced diet is crucial to supporting our bodies – inside and out. Nutritionists and dieticians suggest “eating the colors of the rainbow” because eating a diverse range of colorful foods – starches, veggies, fruits, etc. – helps ensure we’re getting as many nutrients and vitamins from food as we can. Western diets tend not to be as colorful as other global diets, so incorporating an apple or an orange into your diet each day is a great way to start on the journey towards eating the rainbow.  

Exercise

Countless studies show that exercise has a positive effect on your physical and emotional wellbeing. You may not think you have the time, but a big misconception is that exercise has to be a major production. If you don’t have time to head to the gym for an hour each day, just starting with small efforts to incorporate more activity into your routine can lead to healthier choices and habits later. So making simple but positive choices like taking the stairs instead of the elevator or doing some gardening work are great ways to incorporate physical activity in a subtle way.  

Reduce the Stress

Getting sick as a result of stress is at an all-time high, so managing stress levels is something we should all be prioritizing. Consistent and increased amounts of stress can weaken the immune system, leaving it susceptible. Finding an active or creative hobby can help reduce stress and promote mindfulness. It’s those small but meaningful changes that allow us to start prioritizing our health and wellness and taking better care of ourselves. Supplements, such as Airborne, are also a great way to support your immune health. Airborne is easy to take and comes in a variety of forms and flavors, with a range of vitamins, minerals and herbs.

Other lifestyle changes such as switching up your work environment, redecorating the home, spending more time with family and friends and solo traveling are ways to reduce stress. The more ways we find to uplift our mood, the more we lower our chances of being triggered by stressful environments.