Sleep and Your Immune System

You all ready for Tip #1?

When we look at our immune systems, our goal is to help our innate immune system work how it was designed. One of the most important actions we can take to help our immune system function normally is to sleep.

Reduced sleep actually increases inflammation in our bodies, reducing our ability to fight off infections.

Reduced sleep also alters our Central Nervous System processes and behavior during immune feedback to infections. This is relevant because a breakdown in communication delays your body’s ability to find and fight any infections.

Check out our tips HERE for how to get more sleep and rest to improve our immune systems.

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