1. Eat A Diet That’s Full Of Fruits And Vegetables
If you’re looking for immune-boosting foods, Healthline can help. Citrus fruits, red bell peppers, broccoli, garlic, ginger, spinach, yogurt, almonds, turmeric, green tea, papaya, kiwi, poultry, sunflower seeds, and shellfish can all help protect you and your family from the flu, cold, and other illnesses. Just remember to switch up your diet and eat a wide variety of foods so you get adequate nutrition from each source!
2. Aim To Get At Least 30 Minutes Of Activity Each Day
While we’re all cooped up indoors, it can be difficult to feel like you have control over your life. However, exercise is an easy way to take control of your body and shake up your daily routine, no matter how mundane it may be. Plus, with all the Netflix you’ve probably been watching (no shame!), it’ll do your muscles a little good to stretch out during a daily walk.
3. Cultivate High-Quality, Restorative Sleep Habits
Although we all know that 8 hours every night is optimal, the quality of your sleep is also equally important. To hit that magic number, the National Sleep Foundation recommends that you stick to a regular sleep schedule, practice a relaxing bedtime ritual, cut off contact with electronics at least an hour before bedtime, and avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and heavy meals in the evening.
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