How to stay safe from fall illness

Autumn with all its beauties has challenges. For the healthy fall of the autumn season, try to apply the following recommendations.

Keep up your physical activity
Try shortening the days of exercise for 30 minutes each day. You will feel that you have a lot of physical activity and you will have enough energy for the rest of the day.

Eat enough of seasonal fruits
Eat more fruits and vegetables related to the autumn season, such as apples, broccoli, pumpkins. Seasonal foods are the best way to get the minerals and vitamins needed in your diet to help keep your body healthy throughout the fall season.

Know your hunger and sery
Make sure your eating is just because of your hunger, not because it is a food. Overweight occurs in this season due to lack of sufficient mobility.

Relax well enough
In this season, extreme fatigue causes colds, and viruses that can often be fatigued easily can enter your body. With good sleep, not only does the likelihood of colds decrease, but also the chance of spreading it to your family and friends is dramatically reduced.

Go out
In this season, depression and fatigue are likely to increase as the amount of radiation from the sun decreases and thus decreases vitamin D intake. Nothing like breathing a fresh air will make you feel better and will not improve your mood and mood. You can do this by walking or cycling.

Strengthen your body's immune system
Drink plenty of water and use fresh fruits and vegetables. Some people use vitamins such as vitamin D, probiotics and garlic to realize this.

Adapt yourself to this season
Match the weather with the weather season, this does not mean that you are overheating and warming your home, try warming your home and wearing warm clothes together at home.

Get to know more about what can be used to fight colds and seasonal flu:
Mushroom
Fungi are one of the most amazing immune boosters. It contains a substance called beta-glucan, which has the ability to activate the immune system and help prevent infection. These substances regulate the immune system and put the body in a standby state. It is also rich in vitamins, polyphenols, sterols and zinc, which keeps the immune system healthy and strong.

Kiwi
This sweet fruit contains antioxidants and high levels of vitamin C. This fruit not only helps to get rid of colds and flu, but also prevents it in the first place. This vitamin is a potential manufacturer of antibodies and white blood cells.

yogurt
It is rich in probiotics that is essential for the health of the immune system. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that protect the body against dangerous bacteria.

Pumpkin seeds
These delicious grapefruits are rich in vitamin E, boosting the immune system, zinc and essential fatty acids, including omega-3. Increases the proliferation of immune cells in the fight against infections.

Garlic
Garlic is a natural antibiotic. It has anti-bacterial, antifungal, antiviral and strong antioxidant properties. Garlic contains sulfur-based organic compounds that give it a blush, but nevertheless helps to boost the immune system.

References:

  1. https://www.todaysparent.com/family/family-health/5-foods-that-fight-colds-and-flu/
  2. https://www.grownups.co.nz/health/health-wellbeing/8-tips-staying-healthy-autumn/

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Fatemeh Ghorbani

فاطمه قربانی هستم، لیسانس ژنتیک، به علوم نوین پزشکی و ایمونولوژی علاقمندم. از شما دوست گرامی بخاطر مطالعه این مقاله و همچنین مجموعه تریتا بخاطر فرصت انتشار مطالبم در راستای کمک به ارتقای دانش کمال تشکر دارم. شاد باشید و سلامت

my name is Fatemeh Ghorbani, I have a B.S in genetics and interested in immunology and medical science. I believe that, even into the smallest acts, should be put our heart, mind and soul. Thank you for reading my article