Dr. David D'Angelo, D.C.
Dr. Renee D'Angelo, D.C.
We hope you take a quick moment to read this very important and positive message about your health.
The only way to catch anything
is to make yourself a hospitable host.
We encourage you to do the most important thing in a time like this and that is to stay as healthy as possible!
Here are some ways to keep your immune system at its best and NOT be a Hospitable Host:
See the light of day & get fresh air. Get outside! Go for a walk! This is physically and mentally beneficial! Get some sunlight (Vit D is great for the immune system) Get some fresh air at all costs, don't just keep taking in recycled germ filled polluted air .
Diet. Make sure your body gets the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and micronutrients needed for optimal health.
Adequate rest . Sooooo important to a strong immune system.
Don't stay up late and then rely on sugar, tobacco, coffee and energy drinks.
Stay hydrated . The effectiveness of your natural defense mechanisms depends on adequate water.
Start exercising or keep on it . Increase the efficiency of your lymphatic system, which depends on movement to circulate this vital germ-fighting fluid.
Wash your hands . Frequently! Don't rub your eyes, pick your nose or wipe your lips.
Don't focus on negative thoughts . Don't worry that you'll be a victim, or continually monitor news reports about outbreaks, fearing this pandemic.
Get your chiropractic adjustments . Don't handicap your nervous system, the master system that controls your entire body. Don't wait until symptoms are present before doing anything.
Schedule your adjustment today!
It's an immunity booster!