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If You Do These 10 things, You’ll Get Sick Much Less Often

Wash Your Hands & Disinfect Your Phone

Want to get sick much less often? Wash your hands after using the restroom, before eating, and every time you come home.

Disinfect your phone every day to rid your favorite technological device from the germs you’ve acquired on the screen and cover throughout the day.

Morning Zest and Refresh

What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

Did you answer to drink a half-liter of water with half a fresh squeezed lemon?

You’ll get sick much less often if you start your day hydrated and with a fresh dose of the vitamin c, antioxidants, and minerals found in a freshly squeezed lemon.

Dehydration can cause you to feel exhausted. You may mistake your fatigue and blurry eyes in the morning as too little sleep or you just ‘not being a morning person.’ The truth could be that you are dehydrated, which inhibits your adrenals from functioning.

Inhibited adrenal function can cause a buildup of stress and toxins in your system. You’ll feel exhausted if your adrenals aren’t working correctly. Start your day with a surge of hydration, and you will give your adrenals and mind the opportunity to kick start into a new day with energy.

Get in the habit of drinking your half a liter of fresh squeezed lemon water at least thirty minutes before breakfast. Give yourself an hour between your mega hydration wakeup ritual and eating anything.

The lemon water will have a chance to flush through your digestive system and clear out toxic residue. An added benefit is that the lemon juice has an alkalizing effect on the body when it has been fully digested.

Did you know most people’s bodies are too acidic? It’s true. Yours most likely is right now.

The answer is your morning fresh squeezed lemon juice into half a liter of water. (Don’t add any sugar.) The lemon juice will help balance your body’s ph.

I find that my morning cup of coffee even tastes better an hour after drinking the lemon juice and I crave less of my favorite caffeinated delight.

Coffee Always Alfresco

Are you used to drinking your coffee in your kitchen, at your desk, or in the break room at work?

Take your favorite coffee or tea at your work break and voyage outside for a few minutes instead. Yes, go out in any weather. I know it’s snowing, but brave the cold for one minute.

Drinking your coffee or tea always alfresco will cause you to get sick far less often.