#5 Make Sure Your Chronic Condition Is Managed Well
There are a lot of chronic conditions that can inhibit your immune system, and it doesn’t always mean it’s the ones that make you hurt all over. Such conditions include heart diseases, asthma, and even diabetes, alongside the more common ones affecting your immunity, which puts you on the immunocompromised person list.
If you have any of these or you know yourself to have a chronic illness, chances are your body isn’t as well equipped to fight against germs and viruses as it should be. Some people compare living with them to living as if you’re driving a three-tire-only car. This is due to the fact that it would take your body way more effort to help you recover even from a simple cold than it would for someone without the same condition.
The best way to make sure you’re in top shape is to manage your conditions closely and strive to live a healthy life to make sure they don’t aggravate with time. Your body and immune system will surely thank you for your efforts.