Doctor Chernyshova: vitamins and walks in nature will help strengthen the immune system before winter

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Therapist Nadezhda Chernyshova called walking in forested areas one of the ways to strengthen the immune system in anticipation of the harsh winter cold.

In a conversation about strengthening the immune system before winter, doctor Chernyshova advised Russians to take walks in nature as often as possible. Scientific studies have shown that hiking in places with a natural landscape helps prevent stress, anxiety and other mental disorders, and also has a generally positive effect on the functioning of the body.

“Visit whenever possible forested areas where there is fresh air and nature. This will saturate the body with oxygen,” Chernyshova shared with “Evening Moscow.”
In addition to walks in nature, vitamins help strengthen the immune system before winter. According to the therapist, an abundance of vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin PP, and B vitamins is especially important for good health.

“Some vitamins from this list can be found in their original form in food products: liver, milk, eggs, pumpkin, carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, apricots, nuts,” the doctor suggested.
Chernyshova added that for reliable immunity it is important to maintain the body is in good shape, have developed strong muscles. In other words, you should practice regular physical activity: do exercises, play sports.

Earlier, the portal wrote that regular walking helps keep people over 50 years old with a healthy heart.

Important! Information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.

Nadezhda Chernyshova Nadezhda Chernyshova Healthy lifestyle physician-therapist