Anti-aging
Immune Boost Tips for Seniors

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An annual flu shot can cut infection risk by 40-60%. Authenticity. The flu vaccine can take up to two weeks to work.

Get a flu vaccination

Eating a nutritious diet can also help your immune system fight infections. This includes a diet high in fruits and vegetables, which are loaded with vitamins and antioxidants.

Eat a healthy diet

Regular exercise can boost your immune system and help your body fight infections.

Get active

Stress does not hurt the body. But chronic stress weakens your immune system, leaving you vulnerable to viruses and disorders.

Lower your stress level

Sleep deprivation also weakens the immune system. Sleep is vital for improving brain function, focus, and memory as we age.

Get plenty of sleep

If you're overweight, increasing your activity and changing your diet can help you lose weight. Having too much weight affects your immune system.

Maintain
a healthy weight

Cigarette compounds are known to harm lung tissue and increase cancer risk. But they can also induce the flu, bronchitis, and pneumonia.

Quit smoking

Vitamin D also helps build immunity. If you don't get enough vitamin D, your doctor may prescribe supplements or a multivitamin.

Spend time outdoors

The Senior’s Guide to Staying Healthy