Totally Immune's 1-2 Punch
to Halt Viruses, Boost Immunity & Recover Faster.
Action 1- Create Calm
The quickest and most effective way to switch OFF your stress (immune suppressing) mode and switch ON your calm (immune boosting) mode is to breathe at 6 breaths per minute for 3 minutes.
The immediate impact of doing this includes:
reduced production of stress hormones noradrenaline & cortisol
boost antibodies in the blood
lowers blood pressure
Action 2- Create Brain-Immune Action
Following your breathing action, are 3 Simple & Effective Steps to further activate your immune system.
Each step is backed by science and shows great benefit to rewiring your brain and taking control of your health and state of mind by:
releases disease fighting t-cells & killer cells
strengthens your mind body connection
Remove: State out loud: “I am now removing all viruses from myself and my body.”
Repeat 3 times
This is an Affirmation (see link for information on how and why Affirmations work)
As you say the affirmation, use your imagination to visualize your body free of a all virus.
This is a Visualization (see link for information on how and why Visualizations work)
2. Install: State out loud: “I am now bringing my immune system to full function.”
Repeat 3 times.
3. Connect: Connecting is taking a moment to check in with your physiological state and reinforce your brain-body connection. Our brains like feedback, that’s how we learn. Connecting gives our brain the feedback and creates an Immuno-pathway of:
We are constantly getting physiological signals that alert us to changes in our brain state and body. Some signals are obvious like an increased heart and sweat rate when we’re stressed. Some signals are subtle like pupil dilation.
Take a moment after Step 1 and 2 to connect and check in. Be present. Breathe deeply. Do you feel different? Is your body sending you a signal? Are you in your calm clear place?
Every time you do the Totally Immune 1-2 punch, you have acted to boost your immune system and have strengthed your brain-body pathway.