I guess that it’s no surprise that physically fit people have a reduced risk of colds. I have noticed at the gym that those who are most regular, seldom miss working out due to illness. I rarely get sick. Its been years since I had the flu (no flu shots) and seldom do I get a head cold. I used to get upper respiratory infections and stomach flu several times a year. Thanks to self-hypnosis, I eat healthy and I exercise. I also use hypnosis to boost my immune system. You too can learn how to hypnotize yourself for your health and wellness.
Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Is Reduced In Physically Fit and Active Adults
WebMD Health News, Nov. 1, 2010. People who are physically fit and active catch fewer colds, and the colds they do get are milder. The most significant finding of the study was that people who were physically fit and who engaged in exercise five or more days per week were about half as likely to suffer cold symptoms compared to participants who reported less physical activity.
What is more, researchers say the severity of symptoms fell by 41% among those who felt fittest and by 31% among the most physically active. Exercising sparks a temporary rise in immune system cells, though the number drops within a few hours.
The study is published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Take a look at your lifestyle. How much are you exercising? What are you eating? What is your mental and emotional health? If you are ready to do what you can do to improve your health and reduce your chances of upper respiratory tract infections, learn how to hypnotize yourself for health and wellness. Use self-hypnosis to give your unconscious mind suggestions to increase your desire to exercise and to boost your immune system.
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
My immune system is a powerful guardian that protects and cleanses me.
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