Everyone is strictly following the preventative measures for COVID-19 – wash hands, sneeze into your sleeve, avoid shaking hands, and maintain a social distance to stop further spread of Corona Virus. But, the real challenge is to maintain a healthy immune system; it is the actual defense strategy.
A healthy immune system prevents many viruses and bacteria from entering your body system, and that is what the whole world needs in this crucial hour.
According to research and reports, human immunity is weakest during the seasonal transition from winter to spring and summer. The body always fights to adapt to extreme hot and extremely cold temperatures. The fluctuating temperature affects your sleep, digestive system, and overwhelms the body mechanism process.
Jeevana, a well-renowned Ayurvedic hospital in Pune has brought you some of the best immunity boosting tips to help you cope with Covid-19 by keeping your immune system highly-functional and healthy.
Restoring Your Sub-conscious health
A weak digestive system results in the formation of a sticky, undigested by-product called ama, which spread throughout the body and severely impacts your metabolic process, cell reproduction, and ability to convert food into energy. Avoid overeating and eat food that is easy to digest. At this point, where people are spending their time either cooking or watching new recipes on the internet, eating light, warm, and digestible cuisines will keep your metabolism healthy and stable.
Consider adding fresh ginger, turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel seeds, and black pepper in your dishes and consume food that is freshly prepared and straight from the kitchen. Avoid eating processed food or food that is kept in your fridge for more than 2-3 days.
Exercise daily
In this crucial hour where gyms, parks, and yoga centers are closed, many people have stopped their daily movement and started cherishing a sedentary lifestyle. However, some light exercises, stretching, and eating light food will help you keep your body toned and prevent fat from accumulating in your body.
Get enough rest
Since no one has to take the bus, cab, or drive to their workplace, people are dodging their alarm clocks and waking up late. 3 pm is the new 10 pm. Many people sleep at noon to wake up all night and binge-watch movies. Ayurveda suggests people to not sleep for more than 6-7 hours. Sleeping late in the morning or waking up too late can disrupt your digestion process and make you feel tired and dull throughout the day.
Work on your stress levels
This is the right time to practice yoga at home, meditate, and take time to heal yourself from the outer-world hassles. Reducing stress is the key to improving your immune system. No stress means you are having a good sleep, and good sleep is pivotal for proper digestive and immune systems. Spend more time with family and friends. The feeling of being loved helps to deal with stress levels and anxiety. Avoid consuming cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs as it destroys your immunity level after a certain period.
Immune-boosting supplements
Our Ayurvedic hospital in Pune is focused on helping people improve their immunity and digestive system. Most of the diseases find their way through an irregular metabolism process. Therefore, we have created many immune-boosting supplements for every age, for those times when you are feeling stressed, unable to sleep, unable to eat well, or suffering from poor digestion.
These supplements find its extensive usage in Ayurvedic treatment in Pune. They support the natural immunity of your liver, lungs, heart, intestine, and detoxify body fluids, including your blood.
You can contact our Ayurvedic professionals for more knowledge on various Ayurvedic healing process. Our goal is to help patients to improve their digestive process, detoxify the body, and revitalize their immune system. To know more, visit our website.

Dr. Vinod P. Nair
Dr. Vinod P. Nair
Dr Vinod P. Nair, one of the best Ayurvedic doctors in Pune, is conferred with the prestigious degree of “Ayurveda Acharya” by the Central Council of Indian medicine for his valuable contributions in the field of Ayurveda.
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