Social Media Images – Immune System Bundle | Healthinomics.com

When pathogens attack our bodies, our immune system pumps into action and fights back.

Think of our immune system as an army of cells, special proteins, tissues and molecules that power up to hunt and kill the invaders, wherever they may be.

Yet with all that impressive power, the immune system is often underappreciated.

Most people don’t even know where the immune system is (as opposed to the digestive system).

So here comes the immune system bundle to educate and enlighten everyone about what’s important, interesting and impactful about our immune system.

All fighting facts can compete for attention on social media in 20 beautiful visuals. Your followers will enjoy learning every bit of them.

Because it’s not every day we encounter precious knowledge about the immune system in our newsfeeds.

It’s about time they change the way they look at the immune system. Who’s the best expert to do that than you?

Strengthen your defense. This immune system bundle can be your first line of defense against boredom, clutter, objections, and misinformation on social media.

 These 20 fascinating visuals about the immune system will spread across social media along with your strong reputation as a smart advocate for health and wellness.

Long Live your Army. We’re not just talking about strengthening your social media follower’s immune function but yours too.

Research shows stress can weaken the immune system. We all know how stressful social media can be. Especially the part where you need to come up with content that resonates with your audience. And will add value to your business.

Let this ready-made immune system bundle immunize you from that stress and win your social media battles.

Simplify and Save Time. The best part is that you don’t even need to put the time into creating the content to post on social media yourself.

Download this bundle now, add your logo to brand them as your own and share them on your social media pages.

Inside The Bundle

The Immune System Bundle includes 20 beautiful images:

Social Media Images – Immune System Bundle | Healthinomics.com

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  1. Did You Know? Your immune system is your body’s defense against infectious organisms and other invaders.
  2. Did You Know? Your immune system is made up of a network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect your body.
  3. Did You Know? Vaccines prepare your immune system to fight disease by taking advantage of the fact that the immune system can ‘remember’ infectious organisms. Vaccination gives us immunity without us having to experience the disease or its symptoms.
  4. Did You Know? Stress can affect the way your immune system works. It can lead to increased levels of cortisol, a steroid hormone that’s important for overall function of your body; but too much of it can lead to a number of health problems, including decreased immunity.
  5. Did You Know? Some research suggests that optimism can actually make your immune system work better. The happier, or most positive you are, the more likely you are to eat right and be less stressed, which will help your immune system.
  6. Did You Know? Not getting enough sleep can wreak havoc on the body, and the immune system is no exception.
  7. Did You Know? The first vaccine was developed in the late 18th century, but people knew the importance of immunity long before that. The earliest known reference to immunity goes back over two millennia.
  8. Did You Know? Disorders of the immune system fall into four main categories:
    1. Immunodeficiency Disorders – when a part of the immune system is missing or not working properly
    2. Autoimmune Disorders – The body’s own immune system attacks its own tissue as foreign matter.
    3. Allergic Disorders – The immune system overreacts in response to an antigen.
    4. Cancers of the immune system – Cancer happens when cells grow out of control.
  9. Did You Know? Even though symptoms of immune diseases vary, fever and fatigue are common signs that the immune system is not functioning properly.
  10. Did You Know? Good bacteria in your body provides you with the nutrients you need and also provides a defense against bad bacteria and infection. A balance needs to be maintained because when good bacteria is reduced, bad bacteria can take over, making you feel sick.
  11. Did You Know? Your first line of defense is to choose a healthy lifestyle. Every part of your body, including your immune system, functions better when supported by healthy living:
    1. Don’t smoke.
    2. Eat a diet high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, and low in saturated fat.
    3. Exercise regularly.
    4. Maintain a healthy weight.
    5. Control your blood pressure.
    6. Drink only in moderation.
    7. Get adequate sleep.
    8. Take steps to avoid infection, such as washing your hands frequently and cooking meats thoroughly.
    9. Get regular medical screening tests for people in your age group and risk category.
  12. Did You Know? Allergies are the result of your immune system reacting to a false alarm. When you have an allergic reaction, your immune system is responding to a harmless allergen that it perceives as a threat.
  13. Did You Know? Too little sleep will affect your immune system. So, if you’ve been burning the candle at both ends, and not getting good, solid night’s sleep, you will be far more susceptible to contracting colds and other diseases.
  14. Did You Know? For decades, scientists have known that exposure to sunlight, specifically ultraviolet radiation, can suppress the immune system’s response to bacterial, viral and fungal infections.
  15. Did You Know? Cleaning and disinfecting may seem like the best way to avoid infection, but that’s not always the case. When you make your environment so clean, you reduce so many foreign pathogens that you actually reduce the development of your immune system.
  16. Did You Know? Some people are born with no immune system. This disease is called Sever Combined Immunodeficiency and around 1 in every 100,000 people are born with severe impairments to their immune system.
  17. Did You Know? A healthy and happy relationship with your partner can give your immune system a boost. All the happy moments that you live together increase the production of endorphins and this ‘feel good’ feeling is very beneficial for your health.
  18. Did You Know? The chicken soup remedy for colds is not just an old wives’ tale. A scientific study found that the combination of vegetables and chicken in soup can actually work with your immune system and help to reduce the inflation that is caused by colds and other respiratory diseases.
  19. Did You Know? In your immune system, it is the white blood cells that travel around in your blood and lymph to fight infections. Despite their small proportion of only 1% of blood, they are extremely effective and important to one’s immune system and health.
  20. Did You Know? Having a fever can be unpleasant, but it’s a sign your body ‘s doing its job. Fever releases white blood cells, increases your metabolism, and stops certain organisms from multiplying. Inflammation occurs when a damaged cell releases histamines. The histamines cause the cell walls to dilate, which creates redness, pain, and swelling of inflammation. As a result, your body limits the effects of the irritant.

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