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Tricks And Tips to Improve Your Immunity Before Your Wedding Day

Since the wedding is the most important day of your life, everything must be simply perfect. You have probably spent months dreaming about this day and planning it out to every tiny detail. However, your health is just as important as anything else on your wedding day, if not more. You wouldn’t want a scratchy throat and running nose right before your big day. The stress, sleepless nights, and not following a proper diet may lead to a weakened immunity. To prevent this, it is essential that you take some time out for yourself and invest in some self-care. So, here are some immunity-boosting tips and tricks for you to follow before your special day and make sure you enjoy and cherish your day thoroughly!

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1. Get Some Shut-Eye 

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They don’t lie when they say that you ‘need’ your ‘beauty sleep.’ Getting enough sleep is one of the best ways to ensure good immunity as sleep gives your body a break from all the running around while preparing for the wedding and the mental stress involved in making sure that everything runs according to plan. Getting eight hours of sleep every day is absolutely essential and something to be paid close attention to. 

2. Watch Your Diet


Another important thing that plays a huge role in maintaining a good immune system is to make sure you are eating enough food and that is nutritious. Be sure to include a lot of vitamins and minerals in your diet as well as proteins and carbohydrates. Vitamin A helps in preventing infections and boost your immunity, it can be obtained from spinach, kale, bell peppers, strawberries, and papaya. Vitamin E is found in almonds, peanuts, and other types of nuts. 

Fulfil your protein needs by eating your favourite meat or if you’re a vegetarian have spinach, beans, or broccoli. Do not shy away from those carbs though since they are important to be had in moderation so that your body can keep up with your mind! It’s time to choose your favourite fruits and veggies and dig in!

3. Drink Enough Water


It is highly essential to stay hydrated. Water not only helps with flawless skin but also helps in carrying nutrients and oxygen to your cells. Drink at least eight glasses of water every day. Water boosts skin health as well as your immunity. So, Drink up gals and guys!

4. Exercise Regulary


Regular exercise is not only needed to make sure that you fit into your wedding outfit but also helps in regulating hormones and dealing with stress. A thirty-minute walk every day is more than enough to make you prepared mentally and physically for your special day!


Mental Health – Your mental health is just as important as your physical health and needs to be tended to occasionally, to make sure that you enjoy your day. As brides and grooms to be, we know that you hardly have time to eat a proper meal let alone take time out for yourself. So, here are a few trivial things you can do to make sure you’re ready for your big day!

1. Plan Your D-Day


Make a to-do list to make it easier for you to keep track of the tasks to be completed. This will keep your day hassle-free and your mind at ease. 

P.s. You can also try keeping a journal to remember the days before your wedding as a keepsake for you and your future partner to read and laugh about later!

2. Plan a Spa Day


Plan a spa day with your friends to release the toxins from your body and the stress from your mind! This will not only relax you before the wedding but will also give you a chance to catch up with your friends and have a good laugh. 

3. Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For Help


It takes an army to make a wedding happen, so if you are struggling to stay on top of everything, don’t hesitate to ask your friends and family for help when needed. The work can be divided into smaller parts and given to different people, this way no one will feel overworked and all the preparations will be done on time. 

4. Give Yourself A Break


It is okay to take a break in between if you feel overworked. Break a sweat by doing some yoga or going for a walk, if the movement is not the best option for you, meditating for a bit to clear your mind is always a good option. It helps you release stress and free your mind and body. 

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