8. Catch your Z’s
Clocking seven to eight hours of sleep a night helps keep your immune system working at maximum capacity. Sleep gives your immune system a chance to crank out white blood cells, which kill germs. And if you start to feel under the weather, let yourself hit the snooze button when you can—extra shut-eye gives the body more time to fix itself.
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