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Health 20 August 2021
By: Natasha Tanga

5 Healthy Morning Routine for Better Immunity

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The human body is a complete and complex system that is able to function effectively when it is well taken care of, including the body's defense system. Immunity is certainly essential to safeguard your health, especially in the middle of a pandemic. While there are no instant ways that can guarantee to strengthen your immune system, you can instead build it step by step through practicing a healthy lifestyle every single day. On this week's journal, we will be explaining a few ways you can do to start your day that can be beneficial for immunity. Read on!

1. Wake up early

Aside from having advantage of getting things done as early as possible, getting up early is also shown to be having benefits for your overall health. Studies have shown that people who are early birds tend to also sleep early, thus having a better quality of sleep and positively impact your immunity, cognitive function and improves your mood, among other things. People who lack quality sleep are also shown to have more tendency of weakened immunity, increasing chances of getting chronic diseases like high blood pressure, as well as messing with your hormones.

2. Start the day by drinking 2 glasses of water

Staying hydrated throughout the day is very important to not get dehydrated and to maintain health in general. Living in a place with constantly warm climate all year round definitely increases this need, as the body has to have proper hydration in order to cope with heat and humidity. This includes your drinking habits in the morning, where experts suggest that it is best to consume 2 glasses of water after waking up. After hours of going without water during your sleep, this habit is beneficial to boost your metabolism and aid digestive system, as well as flushing out toxins from the body.

3. Don't skip breakfast

It is known that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as it is the primary fuel you use to start your day with. Therefore, it is recommended to not skip it, and also equally important to pick and choose the type of foods you are consuming for breakfast. Fruits and oats, for example, are common breakfast items that are packed with nutrients. You can also incorporate proteins, like eggs, for breakfast and it may help you feel full for longer. Research has shown that people with nutrient deficiencies have lowered immunity and are more susceptible to infection from bacteria and viruses. Therefore, make sure to fill up with healthy, nutritious breakfast before starting your day.

4. Get some sunlight while doing exercise

Another habit that are becoming increasingly popular these days is exercising. While a lot of people don't have the chance to do their normal activities as they are doing everything remotely, they are compensating usual physical activities through exercise, which is very important to maintain overall health. Bonus points if you exercise in the morning, when the sun is rising. Aside from giving you the calorie-burning activity you need while working from home, vitamin D supply from the sun is also essential to strengthen your bones as well as keeping your circadian rhythm in check so you can sleep better and have stronger immunity.

5. Consume supplements when needed

Lastly, the consumption of supplements can be done whenever you think you are lacking nutrients from your diet. During this pandemic, however, it's always best to have your guard up at all times and minimize the risk of contracting diseases from bacteria or viruses. A number of supplements, including natural ones, are available in the market for you to choose and consume. Herbana's Immune Booster Pack, which consists of Relief Sari Meniran, Relief Sari Jinten Hitam, and Relief Sari Kulit Manggis, is suitable to strengthen your immunity through natural means. Made from 100% natural herb extract, these supplements are safe to be consumed daily without side effects.

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