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5 Easy Ways To Support Your Immune System

Americans are more hyper-focused about protecting their wellbeing than ever before. A strong and healthier immune system gives the body what it needs to best combat the daily challenges that can affect your overall health.

Following are five ways you can help support your immune system, starting today:

Vitamins & Supplements
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People are turning to simple solutions they can trust, as well as continued or new routines that'll support and protect their immune system. Some Natrol products to consider, include:
  • Easy-C Tablets are made with Esterified Vitamin C that support immune health with an easy-on-the stomach formula, providing protection from free radicals to keep your body in top form.† Many Americans are not taking the recommended daily dose of Vitamin D3, but it is needed in almost every cell of the body, responsible for calcium absorption, bone and teeth health and is vitally important for immune function. Available in 2000IU, 5000IU, 60ct or 90ct fast dissolve tablets or 10,000IU tablets.
  • High Absorption Zinc supports a healthy immune system and utilizes AbsorbSmart™ technology to bring you chelated zinc with greater absorption. † Available in 60 ct tablets.
  • Immune Boost supports a healthy immune system using the clinically tested super food EpiCor® (a fermented immune supporting yeast complex), in combination with high potency immune supporting supplements Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Selenium and Zinc to provide the daily maintenance needed for stronger immune health. †
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    Regular exercise has multiple benefits for health and wellness, such as helping to reduce stress, anti-inflammatory response that promote cell integrity, and production that assist in maintaining wellness. Daily exercise, like a 30-minute walk, can be a great way to support your immune system.
    Consume a varied diet, including protein like seafood, lean meat, poultry, eggs, beans and peas, soy products and unsalted nuts and seeds to help protect the body's immune system. Other food sources with health benefits include green leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, berries, whole grains and foods rich in vitamins A, C and E.
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    Stress can impact how you behave, think, and feel. Stress may also have an indirect effect on the immune system if a person engages in unhealthy behavior as a coping strategy, such as excessive smoking and drinking. Try to be more mindful of your stress factors, and deploy self-care activities that work for you, like using relaxation techniques.
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    Sleep improves immune support and a lack of it can affect the immune system. Studies have shown that getting enough sleep is good for your health. Not getting enough sleep can also impact the time it takes for the body to recover. For the immune system to be protected, experts recommend seven to eight hours each night. Consider taking a drug-free sleep aid such as Natrol® Melatonin Fast Dissolve. Fast-acting and tasty, it dissolves quickly in the mouth and is available in 1mg, 3mg, 5mg and 10mg formulas.

    Continue to be mindful of making informed choices about your immune health, wellbeing, and diet. It's important to get regular exercise, maintain a balanced diet, take daily vitamins and supplements, manage stress and be sure to get adequate sleep each night.

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