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Strong immunity. Secrets of people who don’t know diseases

By September 24, 2023March 22nd, 2024Massage chair

We all know at least one person who is making it through the flu and cold season, even though they spend time in the company of sick people. Those people who walk out of germ-infested premises untouched and who are in perfect spirits despite their work colleagues being down with the flu. What are their secrets that explain this strong immunity?


    1. Strong immunity by disciplining stressors
    2. Strong immune system – Which vitamins support vital organ functions?

1. Strong immunity by disciplining stressors

“The future depends on what you do today”

An immune system that protects you from infected environments or periods of illness needs discipline for mind and body. In other words, when you feel good, you look good. A hygiene of emotions and filtering food choices are essential for a strong body.

Negative emotions take the form of illness

A proper diet is insufficient to keep the body healthy. Diet provides tissues, organs and muscles with the nutrients they need to function properly. What actually makes us sick and cancels out the benefits of healthy eating is negative emotions.

Anger takes the form of digestive and stomach problems. The liver ‘absorbs’ all the emotions associated with anger and fear and helps us adapt to unpleasant experiences. The liver is sensitive to negative inner states, but these can be neutralised if its health is within normal parameters.

Constant colds affect the kidneys, can cause changes in the bowels and over time can lead to urinary incontinence. Most illnesses are the result of poor control of stressors. Of course, stress is part of everyone’s life, but the difference is how we choose to deal with the causes.

Relaxation massage or yoga are some solutions to keep stress at bay

A session of electric massage for reflex points in the sole stimulates the energy centres connected to the vital organs in an excellent way. For example, the foot reflexology chairs are equipped with programmes and techniques of impeccable precision.

In foot reflexology, precision is crucial, as these energy centres communicating with the organs are only centimetres apart. Toxins accumulate in the soles which can cause painful inflammation. Massage chairs with foot rests stimulate the drainage process of sensitive areas, an unblocking of energy centres, which leads to regeneration of vital organs. Furthermore, the stimulation of lymphatic drainage balances the circulatory function.

Cold showers are a classic form of strengthening the immune system in the fight against germs

Low water temperature decreases acute pain, migraines, stimulates vascular tone and accelerates the elimination of toxins and metabolic waste.

Just as you massage to keep stress at bay, so does handwashing work to fight viruses and bacteria. In fact, the most common route of contamination is contact of dirty hands with the nose or eyes. Alcohol-based hand sanitisers are best used when you are in public places or when you don’t have access to soap and water.

2.Which vitamins support vital organ functions?

Vitamin C and Zinc make up the formula to fight and cure colds. Studies show that vitamin C reduces the risk of strokes and heart problems. Zinc in turn is a crucial mineral for immunity and optimal digestive function.

Omega 3 fatty acids are a source of energy and key to the functioning of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and immune system. Omega 3 fatty acids help prevent depression and macular degeneration, which over time can lead to impaired vision or blindness.

Did you know that 11 February was designated World Day of the Sick by Pope John Paul II? This day is marked by spiritual events in churches, as well as charity events in old people’s homes, hospitals and patients’ homes. The spiritual and charitable acts are initiated on the principle that illness is the body’s response to the suffering of the soul. Thus, carers offer moral support and spiritual comfort in addition to medical treatment. World Day of the Sick is dedicated both to the sick and to those who provide medical treatment or moral support: doctors, nurses, carers, volunteers, carers, etc.

Strong immunity is not just about the above tips. Combine massage, healthy diet with sport and proper rest. Improve your quality of life by taking up a relaxing hobby, lasting social interactions and activities that develop you.