7 Simple ways to avoid going a sick day.

Have two types of people in this world: The lost and not sick 

If you is one that’s not please to do. Are you are getting our rest sick, forcing us to stay home and watch reruns’s friend while slurping chicken soup. Luxury like this is sound, all we know for unexpected time off work always ends up being super nervous. You go back to all the unfinished business of you and a mailbox overflowing with an Answer revenge, and find yourself exhausted than when you wake up sick.

 Save yourself the trouble (hey, you can still see your friends and eat chicken soup when you’re feeling healthy) with seven tips immune booster. And when you’re done reading, be sure to forward it to the cabinet next Sicky McSickerson.

When you start to get sick, your body begins a series of inflammatory processes (completely normal and natural), but may also aggravated by other factors such as stress, excesses of all kinds sugar or processed foods, and even things that may seem healthy, such as high-intensity exercise. The best you can do for your body at this time is to support this process with the right foods and activities, are listed below.

  1. ON THE LOAD UP antioxidants

Antioxidants fight free radicals, negative particles can disrupt the normal function of your cells. Although the word “antioxidants” sounds fancy, you do not need to take one pill supplements to get your dose in. Fruits and vegetables deep colors such as green leafy vegetables, fruits, and sweet potatoes are loaded with antioxidants and fatty fish like salmon and fish sardines. You can also get a high dose in the dark (70% or more) of chocolate.

  1. Hydrate Hydrate Hydrate

When you’re starting to feel run down it may be tempting to reach for a coffee as a pick-me-up. None. Try to swallow a little water instead. Water is the main transport system of the body , and necessary in carrying nutrients and white blood cells through all your systems.

  1. TAKING AWAY FROM THE intensive training

If you were sick, a spinning class may not be the best option for you. Once infected, avoid taxing your body with unnecessary work. You can pick up where you left off when you are feel better.

If you’re feeling good, but look to avoid  use your sick days, be sure to join intensity exercise 4-6 days per week of moderate to strengthen your muscles, and immune system your service. This means working out at an intensity that you remain comfortable enough to hold a normal conversation, but too out of breath to give a presentation.

  1. Spice Up Your Life

This does not require listening to Spice Girls on repeat, although it can not hurt. Add herbs and spices to your meals such as cinnamon, ginger, coriander and can take effect excellent anti-inflammatory, while also making your meal taste delicious. Try adding some cinnamon oatmeal or sip on some ginger tea when you answer your emails.

  1. FEED YOUR GUT

Approximately 70-80% of the immune system in the intestine is our, that is your gastrointestinal tract. Take good care of it by feeding it with beneficial bacteria. Take a kombucha, or medication daily probiotic supplement. This can help crowd out any harmful bacteria that might otherwise lead to infection.

  1. SHAKE THE SUGAR

This is one no one wants to hear, but if you’re trying to feed your gut with good tools, it does not hurt to cut processed foods more. That means that the foods more sugar and processed carbohydrates. Read: candy, cookies, pastries and pizza. We apologize.

  1. REST

It does not help that last stress and mayhem always coincide with winter. Be sure to take frequent breaks (yes, break) and get more sleep to give your body the rest necessary to repair and fight the infection.

Kim Phuong Dr