Reduce your worry and boost your immunity
There is evidence that if you are frequently worried you can weaken the immune system dramatically.
When we get stressed, our immune system’s capacity to fight off antigens is reduced. That is why we are more susceptible to infections and disease.
The stress hormone corticosteroid can suppress the effectiveness of our body’s immunity.
If your mind is constantly feeling under stress, it keeps releasing cortisol. A high level of cortisol harms your physical and mental health.
It’s vital for your well being to find ways to keep your stress under control.
First, you must figure out how to reduce your worry and anxiety.
Find stress management techniques to keep your immune system healthy and functioning the ways it’s meant to.
Consider starting a daily meditation practice.
Mindfulness has been proven to be a great strategy to reduce stress and improve health.
Also, consider doing things that will boost your immunity.
There are simple things that we can do that could help boost our immune system. One of them is to pay attention and activate our thymus gland.
The thymus gland is the master gland of the immune system. It makes the cells that protect our bodies from immune diseases, allergies, and infections.
This gland is in the upper part of your chest, behind the breast bone. It is right over your heart.
Follow these simple steps to balance and activate your thymus gland.
Please don’t do this exercise while driving. Find a quiet place and then follow the directions.
1. Locate your thymus gland. Your thymus gland is part of your chest and is directly behind your sternum and between your lungs
2. With two fingers, tap the thymus gland for about 20-30 seconds.
3. While you are tapping your thymus gland, take full slow deep breaths.
4. Repeat this tapping technique three times a day.
Worry is a negative vibration that has a detrimental effect on your thinking and your health. It’s negative impact can affect your body and open the door to illness. Worry less, live a healthier life.Tamy Khan
What have you done today to reduce your worries and/or anxiety?