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Factors That Can Negatively Affect Your Immunity

 A person’s immune system determines one’s health, whether they are healthy or not partially depends on their immune systems’ strength to fight off any disease. However, there are a number of factors that can heavily affect the effectiveness of your immune response.

What Causes Your Immunity to Deteriorate?

There are a number of factors that can cause someone’s immunity to deteriorate. These factors combined can be a major issue that you certainly need to keep an eye on to make sure that your health doesn’t deteriorate. This is why we’ve compiled a list of the biggest factors that can cause your immunity to deteriorate.

Poor Dietary Choices

Consuming too much sugar suppresses immune system cells that combat germs. After consuming a few sugary drinks, this impact lasts for at least a few hours. Remember to always eat healthy and eat food that is rich in vitamins and minerals instead to keep your immune system strong. Green leafy vegetables, fruits, lean meats, and fish in particular are excellent choices over sugary or fatty food.

Not Getting Enough Sleep

Inadequate sleep might result in elevated levels of stress hormones. It may also cause more inflammation throughout the body. This causes your immune system to deteriorate and could make you sick. Notice that when you don’t get enough sleep everyday, you get flu-like symptoms like fatigue and higher than usual temperature? This is because sleep is very important for your health, so you must get enough hours of sleep everyday. The amount varies from person to person, but a general rule of thumb is to make sure you get at least six hours of sleep but not more than ten.

Lack of Exercise

If you don’t exercise on a regular basis, you’re more likely to catch a cold than those that do exercise. This is because exercise helps improve your circulation and vitamin and mineral absorption. Too little exercise, and you might not be making the most out of the meals you’re eating or getting the vitamins and minerals where they need to be. Exercise also improves your sleep by increasing your body’s feel-good hormones. Both of which are beneficial to your immune system.

Chronic Stress 

Chronic stress subjected the body to a continuous stream of stress chemicals which affect the immune system. You may not be able to eliminate stress, but you can learn to manage it better. Stress reduction reduces the amount of stress hormones you have in your body. It also enhances your sleep, which boosts your immunological function.


You need to make sure that your immune system is strong to defend your body from any illness. And one of the best ways to do so is to make sure that you avoid the factors that can heavily affect it, and cause your health to deteriorate.